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Voted as the best brew pub on multiple occasions, this is a popular hot spot in the city. There are pool tables, live music on certain days and DJ events on others. Ales and lagers are brewed on the premises, including Indian Arm Pale Ale and Red Brick Bitter. The restaurant is family-friendly and offers a kids' menu too. The place has has TV screens, so you can enjoy a good game with friends over a couple of cold beers and their delicious pub grub. With a delectable menu on hand, you're sure to come out satisfied and happy.
The Fountainhead Pub is one of the affluent pubs in the West End neighborhood of Vancouver. The dark and opulent interiors make for a perfect evening to be enjoyed with friends over drinks, pool games and good food. The pub stretches out into a patio from where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the street. With great service, good food, notable selection of drinks and cool interiors, The Fountainhead Pub gets full points in every patron's book. To know more, do visit the website.
Reflections offers respite from the bustling city with its outdoor setting and menu of light bites and cocktails. Located on the fourth floor of the Rosewood Hotel, the lounge offers a relaxing atmosphere complete with water fixtures, hideaway cabanas, lantern lighting and a fire pit. Their wonderfully concocted creations make use of quality spirits and feature familiar favorites. So come, break away from routine and enjoy the wonderful weather.
Named after the famed 19th Century jailer and lamplighter of Gastown, John Clough, this sleek and stylish establishment takes the century old building it calls home and has transformed it into a hip wine bar. Complete with tufted leather sofas, dim lighting, natural wood accents and antique arm chairs. The craft cocktail list has been carefully designed around house made, barrel aged recipes. South American tapas serve as appetizing bar bites with organic and locally sourced ingredients.
With a patio for people watching and a three-level space with the bar taking center-stage, The Charlatan is a popular and cozy place to watch a game or hang out with friends. Menu highlights include contemporary twists on typical pub grub, such as yam frites and venison burger, as well as more sophisticated bites, like the coconut shrimp and tuna with wasabi mayo. Offerings from the bar include a well-priced house wine, a stellar list of martinis, as well as standard on-tap choices. With friendly service and a unique menu, The Charlatan is a good place for solid eats on Commercial Drive.
When the weather permits, enjoy a range of great ales outdoor at the Darby's Public House. Offering over 20 on tap, the beers here are both locally and internationally sourced and even combined into cocktails such as the Beergarita. Wines and other liquors are also on offer along with a great food menu as well. Covering brunch and desserts, the food includes familiar favorites made from qulaity ingredients that are all locally sourced. A great place to sit back, unwind and enjoy your ale.
The Village Taphouse offers comfort to more than just the weary travelers. With its wooden interiors, high ceiling and bricked fireplace, the Taphouse exudes a old world charm that forms the best setting to enjoy its premium selection of brews on tap. The food here is a staple pub grub fare complete with pizzas, burger and sandwiches. A great place to come by with family or friends and catch up on life or simply to watch the game.
This award winning restaurant occupies a 1912 heritage building at Dundarave Pier. It offers water views, and the heated patio gives you an even better vista. Dine amid rich interiors, fine finishes and wood accents. The horseshoe-shaped mahogany bar serves international wines and "best of the cellar" vintages. The menu showcases the best in West Coast Pacific Rim cuisine, with an emphasis on seafood. The Chilean Seabass, served with a sundried tomato pesto crust and roasted red pepper and basil cream, is an excellent choice.