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The Flying Pig is a friendly, neighborhood pub-style restaurant in Yaletown. The menu is comprised of occasionally changing dishes, always using the freshest seasonal ingredients in clean, contemporary preparations of classic dishes. The menu might include items like Veal Milanese with Parmesan risotto, pulled pork poutine or brunch dishes like their full country style breakfast and the complementary cinnamon rolls. The Flying Pig is one of the most popular choices in the city for any meal of the day.
If nothing but well marbled steaks with good wine comes close to making you happy on a nice summer day then you must head to Keg's in Downtown Vancouver. It is a perfect hangout with the classy and upscale setting, impeccable service, best prepared steaks, a separate menu designed for kids, a notable selection of wines and a well-stacked bar.
Nestled in the 130-acre Queen Elizabeth Park, Seasons in the Park offers 360-degree views of the stunning Vancouver skyline, Pacific Ocean and the North Shore mountains. The combination of exceptional service and west coast cuisine make this restaurant one not to be missed. The menu features classics such as New York steak and rack of lamb, but the real focus is on fresh local seafood. Try the Queen Charlotte's dungeness crab and risotto cakes or the maple-glazed wild BC sockeye salmon. Seasons in the Park also offers an amazing selection of rare and vintage wines at surprisingly good prices.
One of the city's most extravagant places to dine, this New York inspired steakhouse is one of the best places to be noticed in, if you're a single young professional. The high ceiling, three-storied restaurant has etched its place in the power-dining and matchmaking scenes. The menu is dominated by gourmet meat dishes. The roasted prime rib of beef is a popular entree, and the double-cut lamb chops are a favorite. Appetizers range from a selection of fresh oysters to fried calamari with hot cherry peppers and Cajun mayo.
At Black+Blue, creating the perfect steak is almost an art form. The restaurant prides itself in selecting premium cuts of rare and aged beefs and treating it with the utmost care to produce a meall that is rich in flavor and taste. Salads, creamed potatoes, mushrooms and onion rings make for worthy sides and to complement the meal, a selection of stunning cocktails. Desserts are formed with equal passion and finish perfectly each meal. Black+Blue with all its glory thus becomes one of Vancouver's finest place to dine.
Many decades ago, a large bartender named Joe Fortes became the first lifeguard at Vancouver's English Bay. Now this attractive seafood and chop house that bears his name is one of the top dining spots. Oysters are the specialty (the fresh shucked and pan-roasted varieties) at the upscale haunt. The dozen or so fresh fish entrees are also popular, with cedar-plank salmon topping the daily list. The wine list is award-winning. Reservations are recommended as this place is quite bustling everyday.
Watch the late afternoon sun slowly setting on the horizon on English Bay in Stanley Park. Voted the most romantic restaurant in Vancouver, its featured tea rooms are full of character, setting a serene dining mood. The West Coast menu includes delicious varieties of mushrooms for appetizers. The brunch, lunch and dinner menus feature some mouthwatering seafood, and desserts like the chocolate Milano cake and white chocolate cheese cake end the meal perfectly.