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Tap & Barrel to open at North Vancouver's Lonsdale Waterfront

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DH Vancouver Staff Jun 24, 2014 8:28 am

Tap & Barrel Restaurant will be opening its third location in Metro Vancouver at the foot of Lonsdale – the North Vancouver waterfront.

The restaurant will occupy the historic 8,525 square foot Coppersmith Shop building at the former shipyards site and includes an extensive seasonal outdoor patio with stunning views of Burrard Inlet and the downtown Vancouver skyline.

“We are very pleased to welcome Tap & Barrel Restaurant to the City of North Vancouver waterfront,” says Mayor Darrell Mussatto. “With its commitment to sustainability, locally sourced food and drink and accessibility for all ages, Tap & Barrel reflects the City’s vision for a vibrant and inclusive central waterfront destination.”

It is part of the City of North Vancouver’s vision to revitalize the Central Waterfront area at Lonsdale into a vibrant and dynamic destination for both residents and the entire region. Long-term proposals for the waterfront area include a large outdoor ice rink, amphitheatre for events, public spaces and common areas, retail and restaurant spaces, a tall ferris wheel at the end of the pier and a new home for the Presentation House Gallery.

The restaurant is a five minute walk from the Lonsdale SeaBus terminal and slated for a spring 2015 opening. It adds to its existing locations at Vancouver’s Olympic Village and the Vancouver Convention Centre’s Jack Poole Plaza.

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Image: Colliers Canada

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Image: Colliers Canada

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