Restaurants in Vancouver, WA

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Local coffee company that maintains direct relationships with chosen coffee farmers around the world. Regardless of which location you drop by—there are... Read More

The brainchild of Executive Chef Michael Robbins, a well-known figure in Vancouver's restaurant world, is home to what Robbins himself calls "modern... Read More

Hipsters rejoice—Bao Down has opened in Gastown, and is attracting a young, cool crowd with its Asian street food (like open face steamed buns stuffed... Read More

Run by the formidable duo of owner Uwe Boll (who made his bones in the film industry with documentaries) and chef Stefan Hartmann, a critical darling... Read More

During the summer, Beach Bay's patio is packed with people. Just steps away from English Bay Beach—a gorgeous site when the sun is shining—patrons can... Read More

Raucous on the weekends (and most weeknights as well) this popular eatery overlooking the Columbia River serves upscale comfort food with a view. On... Read More

In 1985, John Bishop opened his namesake restaurant—and dressed his tables in white linens—despite a recession. Yet the space has only seen success,... Read More

Not exclusively seafood, but the sea is the primary focus here. A distinctly Japanese influence can be seen at the raw bar, which serves everything from... Read More

Popular Mediterranean-inspired brunch spot in the Library District of downtown. Medina recently reopened at this new location with more seating, a... Read More

Fine-dining in a warm, unpretentious setting. Chambar uses only regional, seasonal, sustainable ingredients its its Belgian-influenced cuisine (think:... Read More

Elegant food from a wood-fired oven is matched with a formidable wine list from CinCin's cellar, which holds more than 1,000 wines from around the world... Read More

Walk into España on a weekday after 7 p.m., and you may not get a seat—even though it opened in late 2012, it's still that popular. This intimate place... Read More

"Omnivore" and "herbivore" tasting menus, as well as a la carte options as sharing plates, could include North Thompson pork, organic goods from Beyond... Read More

Pork isn't the only thing on the menu at this popular spot, where it's typical to see people lined up outside waiting for seats—though the signature... Read More

When you eat at Forage, know that you're in the hands of Chris Whittaker, a chef who's making a big name for himself in Vancouver. His restaurant in the... Read More

Guu has six spots in the city, and Kobachi is one of the izakaya empire's newer iterations. The wood-clad space has a rustic-Japan vibe, and is ideal... Read More

Named after Chef David Hawksworth, this restaurant is esteemed for its contemporary Canadian cuisine. You'll have to eat here at least four times to... Read More

A no-frills, cafeteria-style joint may not have much in the way of style, but Hon's has been impressing locals and visitors with its authentic and tasty... Read More

Flavorful hot dogs with a Japanese twist are sold primarily from food trucks around Canada and California, but the Robson Street location in Vancouver... Read More

L'Abattoir's violent name (that's a fancy word for slaughterhouse) is a nod to the Gastown restaurant's location at the site of Vancouver's first... Read More

Meat & Bread lives up to its name with a variety of daily sandwiches: like porchetta with salsa verde. For vegetarians, there's always grilled... Read More

Its location along the downtown waterfront in Canada's busiest harbor means diners at Miku are treated to spectacular views alongside their oyster... Read More

Sustainable, regional, nose to tail: that's the literal quest of Mission in Kitsilano. Try the cocktails at the lounge, like the earthy Mission Mary ... Read More

There's nothing biting about this champagne and dessert bar; except, perhaps, for the dehydrated grapefruit on the madeleine sponge and olive and lemon... Read More

At any given time, Rodney's has 8 to 12 varieties of oysters available, primarily originating from British Columbia and other parts of Canada. But this... Read More

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