The Cambie pub is located at Cambie Street in the Cambie Hostel premises. It is frequented by locals; mostly students and backpackers who come here to enjoy cheap beer over season's games and pub food. Beer and spirits flow till late hours and make for a good time.
Declared as one of Canada’s 10 Best New Restaurants on several lists when it was established in 2014, the Acorn is an absolute delight to dine at. Touted as the next big thing that has hit the vegetarian dining scene in Vancouver, the place offers a stylish menu that will surely attract vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. They also have a brunch menu that has proven to be quite a hit among its regular patrons. Apart from the food, another thing that really makes a mark here are their signature cocktails.
When you step in Revel and you see their menu, you can see the massive influence of Southern United States in it. This place, which offers some of the best of Tex-Mex and New Orleans cuisine you will find in the city, is a fantastic place for a late night drink and dinner. Their Bourbon drinks as well as their Bourbon based cocktails are just as popular with the patrons as the food. Their list of beers is also very extensive. Come in during one of their live music night and enjoy some great blues, swing and other genres originating in Southern USA.
The Cabaret Biltmore is an amalgamation of old time glory and new age elegance. The aim of the club is to introduce Vancouver to some classy entertainment. This is done by encouraging local talent and presenting myriad of renowned international names every night. The club brings together New Orleans, Gothic Bordello, Rock Club and 1940's Shanghai Show, giving audiences a taste of cabaret in these times. Live music shows, comedy acts and fashion shows dominate the events schedule. The club also offers their spacious and comfortable green rooms for bands and performers. Old is truly gold at Biltmore!
Named after the famed 19th Century jailer and lamplighter of Gastown, John Clough, this sleek and stylish establishment took the century old building it calls home and has transformed it into a hip wine bar. The place is decked 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.
Located in a heritage building, The Greedy Pig restaurant lounge combines cocktails designed by one of the best mixologist's in the city, alongside a menu that is familiar yet innovative. Lunch features twist the classics, with such offerings as a duck, and ham pot pie. Comfort foods from the dinner menu include a leek and potato souffle, braised Angus short-rib, and a cassoulet de Toulouse. Just want to have a bite and listen to some music? Try the plowman's plate with a selection of local or imported beer, or a glass from the carefully crafted wine list.
Relish the zesty taste of authentic Mexican cuisine at La Taqueria. This Mexican fast food restaurant chain is famous all over British Columbia for their delicious tacos and burritos served with fiery in-house made hot sauces. The menu includes multiple choices in veggie tacos, meat and seafood tacos, burritos and quesadillas. This traditional Mexican restaurant uses organic, fresh and only locally sourced ingredients to prepare their tacos, burritos and hot sauces. They also provide catering services for bulk order placements.
Known for the nightly live music and flowing libations, the Cottage Bistro on Main Street is a hip and happening joint. Flocked with dark wooden tables with tea lights, and rich red walls with sepia toned photographs of music legends, bands and artists rock out all night long. Tasty upscale pub grub served here means you can spend the whole evening here, from cocktail hour, dinner to a night cap.