It’s been a pretty delicious fall so far, and we think these epic restaurant openings had a lot to do with that.
Whether they are located in the bustling downtown core, or they’ve opened just a skip, hop, and a jump away from Vancouver – we love these new spots and urge you to try them if you haven’t already.
Trust us, your tastebuds will thank you.
Here are 4 new must-try restaurants in Vancouver.
The new Vancouver eatery is a spot for beer and comfort food lovers alike, Bells and Whistles opened its doors at the beginning of October and its been packed ever since. Boasting an incredible selection of local craft beer (including a custom blend from Four Winds on the menu), Bells and Whistles has quickly become a hot spot to head for a pint or a spot of all-day breakfast.
We can’t forget to mention the six kinds of house-made soft serve, it’s the only place to get this authentic powder-free treat in the city.
Address: 3296 Fraser Street, Vancouver
Brand new to Vancouver’s foodie scene, Honey Salt Vancouver opened mid-October on the first floor of the Parq Vancouver urban casino resort.
This farm-to-table concept comes to us from its Las Vegas flagship location, where the charm of the living room-like decor and fresh, innovative offerings were so popular, we’re glad this spot made the jump north of the border for its second location.
The savoury food it is to die for, as the menu brings us hearty mains like their famous Biloxi Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich and the incredible appetizers such as the Honey Salt Market – a combo vegetables (which rotate depending on what’s in season), sweet potato crisps, and house-made goddess dip and hummus.
We recommend you don’t leave without opting for dessert – especially with that Society Chocolate & Banana Cake there for the taking.
Cacao 70 kicked off the opening of their first BC Sweet House concept in a delicious way – with free waffles and their signature rich hot chocolate – so you can imagine people were excited about this new spot in Londsdale Quay, North Vancouver.
This Quebec-based franchise opened its latest concept on October 22, and they offer serve all-week brunch, hot cocoa, frappes, ice cream, Belgian waffle classic combos served with chocolate dips, and chocolate made in Cacao 70’s Chocolate Factory in Montreal.
The other flavours of dips include Coffee, Matcha, Peanut Butter, Black Sesame, Milk and Dark Chocolate. Patrons can choose from six waffles combos like The Camp-Out, the Peanut Job, and The Coffee High. This is the third Cacao 70 location in Vancouver, which also include the Dippery in Gastown, and The Eatery on Denman.
Address: 143 Chadwick Court, North Vancouver
After many delays and long day dreams of devouring delicious meats on the North Shore, the highly-anticipated first public-facing Two Rivers Specialty Meats store and restaurant – The Shop opened on October 13.
This is eatery and a traditional butchery in North Vancouver has a menu eats like hot dogs, chicken drumsticks, cheese puffs, charcuterie, tallow fried beignets, and spicy red cabbage slaw to name a few.
Patrons who head here can also enjoy some beer and wine in the 32-seat restaurant, and on nice days you can take your grub outside and chow down on the patio.
Address: 180 Donaghy Avenue, North Vancouver
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