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After closing its doors in the mid-1990s amid protests from patrons and famous musicians, the recently refurbished and re-opened ballroom is making a bouncy comeback. Its dance floor lies atop tires that make everyone move. The 990-capacity venue, located in downtown, has a history of amazing performances ranging from Dizzy Gillespie and Tina Turner to Nirvana and the Clash, along with modern artists like Stereolab and the Flaming Lips. Its location in the entertainment hub makes it a perfect place to see a show before going clubbing. Call ahead for current event details.
This 12 lane bowling alley and billiards hall makes for a great indoor activity for families and friends alike. An onsite arcade will keep the little ones entertained while parents bowl or shoot pool. Open for over 80 years, this classic Vancouver venue is sure to please everyone in your group.
Known as the third largest in North America, Vancouver's Chinatown is a colorful area filled with exotic wonders. The profusion of markets and stores sells everything from star fruit, gai lan, ginseng, herbal medicine and tea sets to hand carved chopsticks, rice paper pads and Buddha figurines. It's a very inexpensive place to shop for gifts and groceries. Pender Street, between Carral and Main, has shops selling curios, clothing, herbs and house wares. You can grab a drink at The Keefer Bar, dine at Bao Bei and then spend a few hours at the wonderful Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden.
Nestled in the heart of Vancouver's Chinatown, the China Cloud is one of the most versatile event venues in the region of the city. The venue is housed in a contemporary space that is equipped with modern sound systems and acoustics, making it a great location for small-scale concerts. The small performance stage, allows guests to be closer to the artists.
This is a chic five-screen multiplex where you will find Kitsilano locals finished shopping at next door's Westbeach grab lattes and muffins before settling into one of this theater's five comfy and stylish cinemas. It shows foreign, independent and alternative wide-release films and has the usual candy and snack bar. Only those who are 19 years and above are allowed in Fifth Avenue Cinemas.