Paired with a glass of wine, there is nothing better after a long and tiring day than cheese – a whole lot of cheese.
Together with an assortment of meats and nuts, charcuterie boards are quite honestly the perfect remedy to any situation, whether you’re solo or with a group.
They may look simple to throw together, but if you’re not ready to source a bunch of high-quality cheeses and gourmet meats yourself, there are plenty of establishments around Vancouver that will happily do the hard work for you.
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Here we have a list of the top restaurants around town that offer fantastic cheese and meat charcuterie boards.
With the option of choosing your own cheeses, meats, and condiments to create your own charcuterie board, Salt Tasting Room has endless choices. They also have pre-built daily plates created by the establishment if you are having trouble deciding what to get. Of course, there is also a selection of wines to pair with your board.
Address: 45 Blood Alley Square, Vancouver
A simple, modern space, Stable House Bistro is the perfect spot to cozy up with a glass of wine and nibble your way through a selection of artisanal cheeses, pâtés, terrines, and small plates.
Address: 1520 West 13th Avenue, Vancouver
It’s hard to do charcuterie boards better than the French – and Au Comptoir is no exception. The Parisian bistro offers a wide selection of house and artisan cured meats, cheese, and even foie gras, so head here to indulge yourself (be sure to get in early as they do not take reservations).
Address: 2278 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
It’s almost too easy to fill up on starters and shareables like the Jules’ amazing Charcuterie platter – which is totally fine – but we’d urge you to save some room for hearty mains here.
Address: 216 Abbott Street, Vancouver
Tuc Craft Kitchen is a modern eatery located in the Gastown area that features small-farm cheeses, meats, as well as seasonal jams. Their charcuterie board is the perfect starter with a glass of wine before your main meal.
Address: 60 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Grapes & Soda, Vancouver’s first natural wine and cocktail bar, offers up a great charcuterie board to go with their wines. Featuring a selection of cured meats, cheese, fruits, olives, pickles, together with delicious sourdough bread, you will be spoiled for choices here.
Address: 1541 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver
Located in Railtown, this restaurant and brewery is a neighbourhood favourite. Their take on a charcuterie board features an assortment of meats such as chorizo and stout beef sausage, Two River’s cured meats, as well as cheeses, tapenades, together with bread. Definitely a more hearty option.
Address: 55 Dunlevy Avenue, Vancouver
The Greedy Pig, located in Gastown, comes in three sizes and is usually chosen as an appetizer before a main meal at the establishment. The Greedy Pig offers a variety of meats and cheeses, as well as various other snacks such as pickled quail eggs and bacon-wrapped dates that also go well with the board.
Address: 307 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Charcuterie is certainly the name of the game here, and staff and the butchers will be on hand to assist your decisions and recommend their favourites, which should be easy considering most meats are cured in-house.
Address: 1026 Mainland Street, Vancouver
A chic, well-known eatery located in Downtown Vancouver, Chambar is the perfect spot for relaxing with a glass of wine and a charcuterie board. A selection of cured meats and sourdough can be paired with their cheese board for the ideal Sunday afternoon.
Address: 568 Beatty Street, Vancouver
Wildebeest is a meat-centric restaurant with a rustic vibe, and it is hard to go wrong with a spot that specializes in their meats. Try their decadent snacks such as smoked boar belly and fried chicken, paired with their hefty charcuterie and cheese board.
Address: 120 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
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