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The Distillery Bar + Kitchen is a New York-style cocktail joint in the Yaletown area of Vancouver. Trendy, sleek and classy, the interior boasts marble tabletops and elegant chandeliers. The drinks menu is tremendous but the cocktails are what the people come for. The popular choices include the Bramble, featuring gin, fresh lemon, syrup and Creme de Mure, and the Old Fashioned, which consists of apricot brandy and bitters. A delicious food menu that includes Italian items such as pastas, flatbreads and much more is included.
Simply Thai is mainly what the name suggests. At this restaurant, you will be served authenticity on a platter as far as Thai cuisine is concerned. Chef proprietor Siriwan Rerksuttisiridach, a native of Bangkok, uses her expertise to create tantalizing concoctions. The bar has an alluring collection of wines and cocktails to choose from. Don't be surprised if you bump into a well-known celebrity at this completely Thai-themed restaurant. Call the restaurant for information regarding their operational hours.
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.
Earls that once started out as a beer and burger joint stands today as one of the most successful upscale restaurant chains in Canada and North America. With a commitment to give its patrons the best dining experience, the culinary team behind Earls has consistently rolled out some of the best hand-crafted dishes and wonderful recipes. The Earls location at Mainland Street is one of its downtown branches in Vancouver. The plush settings with the lovely food and drink pairings make sure you have a great time whether with your loved ones or friends. With its patio and sleek bar, it makes for a perfect evening after touring downtown or catching a game at the Rogers Arena. Don't forget to try the Dungeness Crab and Asparagus Linguini with a glass of Whatchamcallit Merlot. Open hours are from 11:30a onwards till late.
Visiting the Locus Restaurant & Lounge is similar to having central floor seating at a concert. As the one of the social hubs of the artistic Main Street community, it is the perfect perch for public voyeurism or temporary seclusion. The dark and cavernous single-room eatery has large wooden chapel-like booths in the rear and twisted iron fixtures at the front. Although it is renowned for its Calamari, there are many other items on the eclectic menu worth a taste, including the Roasted Half Chicken in a citrus-sambuca semiglaze sprinkled with cumin and coriander.
This award-winning restaurant impresses with classic Northern Italian and French cuisine. The elegantly rustic setting includes white linen tables, dark wood accents, post and beam ceilings, tiles, and warm-hued walls. An open kitchen displays chefs and a long bar highlights views of the docks beyond. Appetizers include the bourbon-honey smoked salmon and the charbroiled calamari salad is unique. Among the pasta selection: artichoke and goat cheese mezzelune with spring vegetable ragout. Main courses include seared scallops and jumbo prawns.