5 new Vancouver restaurants you need to try right now

Dec 4 2019, 2:43 pm

While there are a ton of new eateries open and opening soon, we’ve compiled a shortlist of some of our must-tries that are seriously living up to the hype.

Here are some new Vancouver restaurants you need to try right now.

New Vancouver restaurants you need to try

BETA5 Chocolates

Beta5 Cafe

Beta5 Cafe

BETA5 2.0 offers patrons its trademark chocolates and cream puffs alongside coffee from 49th Parallel Coffee, a special Mocha made with BETA5 chocolates, and a new life-changing hot chocolate created from a 66% dark chocolate blend.

Address: 409 Industrial Avenue, Vancouver

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Zaatar W Zeit

Zaatar W Zeit

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Patrons can expect classic Lebanese street food options like falafel, shawarma, wraps, flatbread pizzas, and fresh salads along with Manousheh, Z Kenefeh (sweet sesame flatbread, melted cheese, kenefeh crumbs, drizzled with either maple or sugar syrup), Halloumi, Za’atar, and Halawah too.

Address: 531 Granville Street, Vancouver

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Bufala Edgemont

Bufala Edgemont open

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The 3,300-sq-ft space features a sleek dining room and bar, and eventually, patrons will be able to enjoy a patio at this location as well. Bufala Edgemont will be open at 4 pm on weekdays and 11:30 am on weekends, and the new spot boasts an early and late happy hour daily.

Address: 3280 Edgemont Boulevard, North Vancouver

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The Beach House

The Beach House

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Patrons can now head to the Beach House’s lower dining area to offer booths with killer views. As for the patio, it will be revamped with new furniture and a retractable awning perfect for rainy or super sunny days. The newly renovated restaurant will have a “renewed focus on fresh seafood” with eats like Lobster Rolls and Shrimp-garnished Caesars.

Address: 150 25th Street, West Vancouver

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1931 Gallery Bistro

1931 Gallery Bistro

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The new 70-seat spot has some grab-and-go options as well as a summer patio for patrons. The space can be booked for large parties and private events. 1931 offers a seasonal menu and breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner options. As for the menu, expect eats like charcuterie, fondue, and braised BC short ribs for dinner, which will be served alongside an extensive cocktail program.

Address: 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver

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