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Celebrities & Stars, Restaurants, Food

3 Vancouver restaurants where huge stars have been spotted recently

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DH Vancouver Staff Oct 11, 2018 11:00 am 20,030

It’s no secret that Vancouver’s nickname of Hollywood North is fitting, the city attracts films and TV shows staring big name celebs year-round – not to mention the west coast spot is a favourite for recording artists on tours.

This fall we’ve experienced an influx of serious stars. Whether they were here for a concert or stopped by before filming some big budget projects, Vancouver has been a popular spot for big A-listers in recent months.

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Here are three restaurants where mega-celebrities have eaten in Vancouver recently.

Miku: Beyoncé and Jay-Z

 

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If you were one of the 40,000 fans who attended Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s On The Run 2 tour stop at BC Place last night, then you know the Carters likely worked up an appetite with all that dancing, singing, and just general amazingness. A reader’s tip to Daily Hive has been confirmed by a source close to the restaurant: The A-list pair did indeed dine at one of Vancouver’s most popular sushi spots, Miku. Beyoncé and Jay-Z dined in the private room of the Coal Harbour restaurant around 4 pm Wednesday, October 3.

Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill: Jason Momoa

 

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The Game of Thrones Star recently shared an Instagram picture of himself dining at Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill in Yaletown on September 28. The hunky Hawaiian is in town filming his latest role in the TV series See. Moma is usually recognized for playing Khal Drogo in the HBO series Game of Thrones, or as Declan Harp from the Netflix series Frontier.

Dinesty Dumpling House: Sam Smith

 

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After his concert in September, Smith got the memo that Vancouver offers some ridiculously good Asian fare, so he popped into Dinesty Dumpling House on Robson Street and ordered dumplings and beer — a perfect rainy day meal.

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