Fine Dining

By: Vancouver Eats Out  09-12-2011

If you looking for a dinner to consume instead of a dinner event that will consume you and your time, then Feenie’s is a very convenient and more-than-worthy alternative to its renowned counterpart Lumiere. Same chef, different food- and at a lower, although certainly not cheap, price.
Feenie’s presents the cuisine of Rob Feenie -a Canadian [..]

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I used to live in Kingston Ontario, where there was a fabulous bakery, Pan Chancho, mere minutes from my house. While it may not have been good for my waistline or wallet, it was certainly a treat, and something. I got quite accustomed to fresh baked bread, pain au chocolat, and brioche almost every morning.


Breakfast Haunts

Morning, noon, and night, this place is packed with a wild assortment of people – all looking for a dark, chill, friendly place to get some good quick grub. The atmosphere is laid back, the food is vegetarian, and the place is loud!Families with. Cafe Deux Soleils on Commercial Drive is a neighborhood hot spot.



There’s cheesecake here, among other things like coffee and tea, which you can drink with your dessert.Now, being a place that focuses almost entirely on cheesecake, one would assume that would be important that it has some damn good cake. I’m disappointed to report that it does- and. The name speaks for itself really.


Open Late

They have a big wood fire burning oven, and serve up the routine poppy / sesame seed selection, along with an assortment of other wild and wonderful treats. Siegel’s Bagels on Cornwall in Kits offers one of Vancouver’s only options for the Montreal style bagel enthusiast.



If you haven’t made the trek out in that neighborhood yet, now you’ve got a mighty fine reason to visit. The Aphrodite Organic Café and Pie Shop on West West 4th is one of Kitsilano’s finest brunch spots. Their pies are outstanding, their breakfast menu exceptional and as.


Fast Food

However, those frosted mugs filled to the brim with creamy, icy, rootbeer keep me from giving up on this chain completely.There are ample A&Ws in Vancouver. Their heartwarming commercials make me kind of uncomfortable and their chicken burgers always taste somewhat raw. I’ve never been a particularly big fan of A&W.



One of the last great theme diners in Vancouver The Tomahawk Barbeque is a native themed restaurant built in the 20s.