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Valentines Day Vancouver

Valentine’s Day is Tuesday February 14, 2017, and Vancouver has lots of dining options for celebrating the big day . Here are some of Vancouver’s fine Restaurants celebrating your special day.

C | PRIME Modern Italian Steak & Wine 
1015 Burrard Street, Vancouver
@ Century Plaza Hotel

CIBO Trattoria
900 Seymour St. | 604-602-9570
Cibo is offering a four-course set menu for two that features indulgent plates like hand-made saffron chitarra pasta with fresh Saltspring clams; wine-braised lamb shank on a bed of soft polenta; and a flourless chocolate cake to share with your love
@ Moda Hotel Vancouver

The Market
1115 Alberni Street | 604-695-1115
Valentine’s Day Menu MARKET by Jean-Georges
@ Shangri La Hotel Vancouver

YEW restaurant + bar
791 West Georgia St. | 604.692.4YEW
Executive Chef Weimar Gomez has created the ultimate menu to celebrate Valentine’s Day! The menu features the best in sustainable seafood, while Exective Pastry Chef Mark Burton has created delicious desserts! Enjoy a romantic four course dinner at YEW for $99.
@ Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

Hawksworth Restaurant
801 W. Georgia St. 604-673-7000
Valentine’s Day Menu
This menu will only be available on February 14, 2017.
caramelized scallop  hearts of palm, caviar, grapefruit
alaskan king crab  avocado, cucumber, pepper vinaigrette
grilled langoustine  meyer lemon, frisee, piquillo nage
pheasant  tarragon gnocchi, hearts on fire,  spiced pheasant jus
roasted lamb loin  black truffle, brussels sprout, yukon gold
white chocolate  rose, raspberry, lychee
mignardise $158 per guest
@ Rosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver

Bacchus Restaurant
845 Hornby St | 604 689 7777
Of all the great plates you’ll find at Bacchus Restaurant & Piano Lounge in the Wedgewood Hotel & Spa, the one on the wall tells the story best. It’s the plate inscribed with the Four Diamond Award from the CAA/AAA
@ Wedgewood Hotel Vancouver

Diva at the Met Vancouver
645 Howe Street | 604.602.7788
Diva at the Met offering a Valentine’s Day Menu
$89 per person
$125 with wine pairings
@ Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

Gotham Steakhouse
615 Seymour Street | 604-605-8282
@ St Regis Hotel Vancouver

Cloud 9 revolving Restaurant
1400 Robson Street | 604 687-0511
Cloud 9 revolving Restaurant
offering a 4 course Valentine’s Day Menu
$85 per person based on a couple plus tax
@ Empire Landmark Hotel

Frankie’s Italian Kitchen
765 Beatty St | (604) 688-6368
@ Georgian Court Hotel

Dockside Restaurant
1253 Johnston Street | 604-685-7070
What’s more romantic than a sumptuous dinner for two? Enjoying that same dinner on the waterfront with spectacular views of False Creek and the Yaletown skyline. A special Valentine Menu on Tuesday, February 14th and costs $89.99 per person
@ Granville Island Hotel

La Pentola Restaurant
350 Davie Street | (604) 642-0557
VALENTINE’S DAY 7 COURSE MENU Family style is $65 per person.
@ Opus Hotel

Five Sails Vancouver
999 Canada Place #300 | 604 662-8111
@ Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver

Copper Chimney
567 Hornby Street | 604 689 8862
A special Valentine Menu on Tuesday, February 14th and costs $65 per person plus tax and gratuity
@ Le Soleil Hotel Vancouver

Le Crocodile
909 Burrard St.| 604-669-4298
It’s hard to beat a good French restaurant with superior service for a very special Valentine’s Day. Chef Michel Jacob’s Alsatian style food never fails, and his longtime staff know how to make you feel special.

La Quercia
3689 West Fourth Ave.| 604-676-1007
Valentine’s Day, Italian style. On Feb. 14, customers can opt for a family style menu with three starters, two pastas and a main course to share. Everyone gets house-made chocolates to finish.

Pear Tree
4120 East Hastings, Burnaby | 604-299-2772
The epicentre of elegant dining in Burnaby. A three-course Valentine’s Day menu will be available on the Saturday before as well.

Au Comptoir
2278 West Fourth Ave. | 604-569-2278
Say “je t’aime” convincingly in this Parisian-style restaurant (French accents, zinc countertops, bistro food). It’s not usually open on Tuesdays, but for Valentine’s Day, they throw open the doors. A four course menu includes rib eye steak for two to share.

Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar
845 Burrard St. | 604-642-2900
Nudge, nudge, wink, wink. Lots of oysters here if aphrodisiac dining interests you. A five-course Valentine’s Day dinner starts with a slow-poached oyster, or order them à la carte to your heart’s content. @ Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

Chambar
562 Beatty St. | 604-879-7119
Brick, timber, leather, high ceilings, twinkling lights, good food (Belgian, Moroccan, French) — Chambar has what it takes to create a sense of occasion.

Granville Island Vancouver

One of the most popular places in Vancouver by both Tourist and locals it is Located minutes from downtown Vancouver under the Granville Street Bridge. It is not really an Island but a peninsula surrounded by False Creek and the Pacific Ocean.

Granville Island
Granville Island

Granville Island
You could easily spend half a day here. The Island is made up of many warehouse type buildings each housing their own unique set of stores, from local arts and crafts to professional art studio to a Maritime Market. Sift through the aromas of fresh food, the wonderful sounds of buskers and the ambience of people watching at its best. Journey through the bustle of narrow streets, witness art in the making, and discover a unique selection of items you can’t find anywhere else in the city.

Granville Island Market
This one of a kind Market has has some of the cities best eats  found in the Market itself in the super fresh local only Food Court mixed in with over 75 stalls known for fresh produce tables, bake shops, seafood, beef, poultry stalls, and live entertainment along with a Kid’s Water Park and Kids Only Market.

Granville Island Attractions
The Island is home to the market, many Restaurants, Theatres and Attractions.  Check out the Arts Club Theatre presenting Live Theatre, or the Vancouver Theatre Sports League an Improv and Comedy Club

Granville Island Hotel
A Boutique Hotel right on the Island that is very popular
Most of the Hotels in Downtown Vancouver are close enough that you could easily walk down to False Creek and take one of the small passenger ferries that dart back and forth across False Creek.

Granville Island Restaurants
Restaurants on Granville Island all offering tastes and flavours of the Pacific Northwest.
Dockside Restaurant at the Granville island Hotel
The Sandbar Restaurant
Bridges Restaurant and Pub
Keg Steakhouse and Bar
The Backstage Lounge
Granville Island Pub and Brewery
Cat’s Meow
Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe,
Edible Canada at the Market
The Vancouver Fish Company

Getting to Granville Island
Because of Granville Island’s central location, you can escape the city without having to leave it. It also makes it very easy to get to, whether by boat, by car, by bus, by bicycle or on foot.

Map to Granville Island

By Boat
Aquabus
runs from 7am to 10:30pm in the summer (8:30pm in winter).
Inexpensive and fun the rainbow-coloured Aquabus travels around False Creek with stops at the foot of Hornby St., Stamp’s Landing, Yaletown (foot of Davie St.), and Science World. The Aquabus dock on Granville Island is located between the Public Market and the Arts Club Theatre.

False Creek Ferry
The False Creek Ferries also travel around the Inlet and stop at the Maritime Museum (west of Granville Island), the Aquatic Centre (under the Burrard St. Bridge, on the downtown side (north) of the Inlet), Stamp’s Landing, and Science World (the easternmost point of False Creek). The False Creek Ferry dock on Granville Island is located near the entrance to Bridges Restaurant.

Getting to Granville Island by Car
is easy from your point of origin, travel towards the intersection of West 4th Avenue and Fir Street. Then head north on Fir Street, and take either the first right at West 3rd Avenue (which turns into Anderson St. to the left (north)), or take the second right at West 2nd Ave. and should be able to see the Granville Island sign under the bridge looking northward on Anderson St. Follow Anderson St. onto Granville Island.

Parking on Granville Island
is limited. If you can, leave the car at home and get to Granville Island by bus, boat, bicycle or on foot.

Bicycle routes to Granville Island
follow the main car routes, but there’s also a pleasant, scenic bicycle path (shared with pedestrians) that runs east-to-west past the Island along the south shore of False Creek Inlet.

On Foot to Granville Island
Arriving on Granville Island by foot enables you to appreciate the Island from a whole new angle. A comfortable seaside walk follows the False Creek Inlet on both the north and south shores. The south shore walk, which passes right by Granville Island, begins at its easternmost point just under the Cambie Street Bridge, and heads all the way west to some of Vancouver’s most popular beaches.

BEST OF VANCOUVER WINNERS 2015

BEST OF VANCOUVER WINNERS
From the Annual Georgia Straight Poll

Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver
Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver

Best hotel Vancouver
Fairmont Pacific Rim, 1038 Canada Place
Rosewood Hotel Georgia, 801 W. Georgia
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver 900 W. Georgia

Most romantic Vancouver restaurant
The Boathouse Restaurant, Various locations
Seasons in the Park, Queen Elizabeth Park
Chambar Restaurant, 568 Beatty

Best Vancouver neighbourhood
Kitsilano
Mount Pleasant
West End

Loden Hotel Vancouver
Loden Hotel Vancouver

Best boutique hotel Vancouver
Loden Hotel, 1177 Melville Street
OPUS Vancouver, 322 Davie Street
Wedgewood Hotel & Spa, 845 Hornby Street

 

Best Vancouver coffee shop (independent)
Revolver Coffee, 325 Cambie
Matchstick Coffee Roasters
49th Parallel, Various locations

Best Vancouver restaurant (independent)
Chambar Restaurant, 568 Beatty
The Eatery, 3431 West Broadway
Vij’s, 1480 W. 11th

Best Vancouver restaurant (chain)
Cactus Club Cafe, Various locations
Earls Restaurant, Various locations
White Spot, Various locations

Best Vancouver restaurant patio
Dockside, 1253 Johnston, Granville Island
Hurricane Grill, Various locations
Tap & Barrel Restaurant

Best brewery tasting room
Brassneck Brewery, 2148 Main Street
33 Acres, 15 W. 8th
Granville Island Brewing, 1441 Cartwright St.

Best restaurant to take out-of-town guests to
Seasons in the Park, Queen Elizabeth Park
Salmon House on the Hill, 2229 Folkestone Way, West Van
Sandbar Seafood Restaurant, 1535 Johnston

Best ice cream
Earnest Ice Cream
Rain or Shine Homemade Ice Cream
Marble Slab Creamery

Best local theatre company or theatre production
Arts Club Theatre Company
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival
Vancouver TheatreSports League

Best weekend getaway
Whistler
Tofino
Sunshine Coast

Best Vancouver tourist attraction
(tie) Granville Island
(tie) Stanley Park
Grouse Mountain
Capilano Suspension Bridge

Best out-of-town spa getaway
Scandinave Spa, 8010 Mons Road, Whistler
Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa, 100 Esplanade Avenue
Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort, 1155 Resort Drive

 

Taste of Yaletown Vancouver 2015

Taste of Yaletown
Taste of Yaletown

The Annual Taste of Yaletown will take place Oct 15th – 29th, 2015

The tastes, treats, sips, sights and sounds of Vancouver’s most desirable neighbourhood will come alive again at Taste of Yaletown 2015!

A two week dining event showcasing unique dishes from 27 restaurants in the neighbourhood

From October 15th-29th, Yaletown kitchens will offer featured menus, special tastings and innovative pairings to tempt the most adventurous foodie. With a fresh approach to fixed price menus of $25, $35 and $45 restaurants will offer combinations of food and drink or even special in-house events.

The list of participating restaurants for Taste of Yaletown 2015: > Menus

  • Bistro Sakana
  • Brix & Mortar
  • Cactus Club Café
  • Central City on Beatty St
  • DD Mau
  • The Distillery Bar + Kitchen
  • Hamilton Street Grill
  • Hapa Izakaya
  • Honjin Sushi
  • Hub Yaletown
  • Hurricane Grill
  • The Greek by Anatoli
  • La Pentola
  • Lime and Moon Pie Company
  • Milestones
  • Minami Restaurant
  • New Oxford Public House
  • The Parlour
  • Provence Marinaside
  • Romer’s
  • Simply Thai
  • Sushi Maro
  • Urban Thai Bistro
  • West Oak
  • Yaletown Brewing Company
  • Yaletown L’antipasto
  • Zend Conscious Lounge

Yaletown is in the heart of Vancouver and within walking distance to most of the hotels downtown

Closest Hotels to Yaletown.

Opus Hotel Vancouver Yaletown – boutique hotel experience located right in Yaletown
Hampton Inn Hotel Vancouver Downtown – located on Robson Street minutes from Yaletown
Hotel Blu Vancouver – New York Loft Style rooms in Vancouver
Westin Grand Hotel Vancouver – all-suite luxury hotel
Rosedale Hotel on Robson – close to BC Place Stadium and Rogers Arena
L’Hermitage Hotel Vancouver – Luxury boutique Hotel on Robson steps from Yaletown

Map to Hotels near Yaletown Vancouver

 


Days Inn Vancouver Downtown

Butcher & Bullock Days Inn Downtown Vancouver
Butcher & Bullock Days Inn Downtown Vancouver

The Days Inn Downtown Vancouver offers 2 dining choices in the Hotel both frequented by the locals

Chelsea Restaurant
Open for breakfast and lunch in a casual setting with reasonable prices.

The Butcher & Bullock
a traditional Irish pub located at the heart of Vancouver’s business district with a large selection of Irish and draft selection, wood booths and great food, sports telecasts and a smoke room. Featuring two 100” wide-screens and 8 TV’s, you are sure to catch your favourite satellite game and DJ & Live entertainment every Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights.

Chelsea Lounge
quaint and cool lounge atmosphere is a perfect place to sip some Cognac, or test some of our wines.

Days Inn Vancouver Hotel downtown is located in the heart of the financial district . One block from the American Consulate, two blocks from Canada Place, the Cruise Ship Terminal, Vancouver Trade and Convention Center and Pacific Center Mall.
FREE Wireless Internet, Bottled Water / Tea & Small Business Center

Days Inn Vancouver Downtown

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Empire Landmark Hotel Vancouver

Cloud 9 Restaurant
Cloud 9 Restaurant

Cloud 9 Revolving Restaurant & Lounge On the top floor of the Empire Landmark Hotel on Robson Street

Get an awesome view while dining thats the selling point of Cloud 9.
Most tables in the Restaurant are arranged by the window and you have this spectacular view of Vancouver and it’s city lights. The restaurant revolves and you hardly notice while eating.

” My husband and I have had “Cloud 9″ on our to go to list,so we went last week. We had a 2 for 1 coupon, which made it affordable. Our reservations were for 7 p.m. so we saw the city scape in the daylight and at night. The food was good, but since they are more of an upscale restaurant, do not expect regular sized portions. It is all about the presentation! The restaurant was very cool, next time we would definitely bring an extra layer.
We highly recommend it if you want to see an amazing view of the local mountains, Lions Gate Bridge and the city.”

Empire Landmark Hotel in Vancouver, BC, is located downtown on Robson Street. Within walking distance to Stanley Park, English Bay, shopping and the entertainment area

Empire Landmark Hotel Vancouver

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Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver

Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver ORU
Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver ORU

Located in the Lobby area of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver the hotel offers its dining option ORU, giovane cafe + winebar and the Lobby Lounge + Raw Bar

ORU
A marble and stainless steel open concept kitchen with food from the Pacific Northwest with flavours of the Pacific Rim. open Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch and Dinner Daily

giovane cafe + winebar
serves up signature roasted coffee, decadent pastries and savoury lunchtime fare by day and turns into an all-Italian wine bar by night, offering salumi, formaggi and signature pastas, perfectly paired by the all-Italian wine list.

Think of giovane as a cafe, bakery, deli, winebar,and market all in one.

The Lobby Lounge + Raw Bar
A hot spot from noon till night with live music seven days a week, carefully crafted cocktails,rave-worthy sushi from the newly enhanced Raw Bar, and even a signature afternoon tea with an Asian twist to the traditional classic.

The Fairmont Pacific Rim is a luxury Hotel and a 5-minute walk from the Canada Place, home to Vancouver’s Convention Center and Cruise Ship Terminal. Guests can find a variety of shopping, restaurants and sight seeing attractions nearby the hotel..

Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver

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Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Vancouver

Fairmont Waterfront Hotel ARC Restaurant
Fairmont Waterfront Hotel ARC Restaurant

Located in the Lobby area of the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Vancouver the hotel offers its dining option the Arc Restaurant and Bar

ARC Restaurant
Offers simply inspired, handcrafted fare in a relaxed setting. With its beautiful West Coast views and uniquely curved space with floor to ceiling windows. Enjoy the local in-season items on the daily fresh sheet. It serves a Breakfast Buffet weekday mornings and breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Daily

ARC BAR
This uniquely curved space offers a sensational bar with local craft beers, world-class wines and cocktails mixed to perfection.

located below the lobby of the hotel is a Food Court with all the local favorites
including Tim Hortons, McDonald’s, Starbucks, and an international selection of food choices

Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Vancouver is a Luxury hotel connected across from the the Vancouver Convention Center and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, they  feature an outdoor heated pool and spacious rooms.

Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Vancouver

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Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

Four seasons Hotel YEW SEAFOOD and BAR
Four seasons Hotel YEW SEAFOOD and BAR

Located in the Lobby area of the Four seasons Hotel is YEW SEAFOOD and BAR, on the Hotel’s second level Discover one of Vancouver’s premier Seafood Restaurants and Bars.

YEW SEAFOOD
The seafood menu, which changes seasonally, and features a raw bar with selections like salmon carpaccio, freshly shucked oysters, octopus salad and seasonal ceviche. Entrées focus on local specialties such as Qualicum Bay scallops and Sidney Island venison.

“We had a wonderful lobster dinner at the Yew last night and the portions were generous! The service was excellent as was the dinner, it was truly a special night! Thank you so much for the goodies, they were really appreciated! We would highly recommend the Yew and cannot wait to go back.”
YEW BAR
Enjoy lively conversation, specialty cocktails and a bit of people watching within a warm, stylish downtown Vancouver bar atmosphere.

“After a very long day, we stopped at the lounge before heading up to our room. Got a table, service and prompt service. Three scallops for $21 is really pricey, but they were very good. The salt and pepper chicken wings were excellent. A great Malbec. Very satisfied”

Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver is a luxury Hotel in downtown Vancouver it sits atop the Pacific Centre featuring more than 100 fine shops. The Convention Centre – cruise pier – shopping – restaurants – and galleries are just a short walk away.

Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

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