The restaurant industry in Vancouver can be fickle and once again, the city’s dining scene has suffered some casualties. Alas, this is the way of the foodie world.
Here is your update on restaurants in and around Vancouver that have recently shuttered or will imminently.
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Pronto Cafe, a popular Italian eatery at 3473 Cambie Street, closed its doors at the beginning of March.
The tiny Robson Street ramen spot quietly closed its doors for good.
Whether you’ve grown up eating here or having it for your first time there’s still a few days to experience Bob’s in all its original glory before it serves its last customers on March 31.
Moderne Burger (2507 West Broadway), a 17-year tenant in Kitsilano, told Daily Hive via email that they would be shuttering in spring 2018.
Benny’s Cafe shares the same building as Kinome and Moderne Burger on West Broadway, solidifying its fate as an eatery that will be forced to halt operations by spring 2018 due to building demolition.
Earls West Vancouver Tin Palace will close after 34 years of service on April 21.
EXP Restaurant + Bar, which opened in 2012, is facing closure due to rising costs outside of its control that makes the business no longer feasible to continue.