Closed and closing soon: 8 Vancouver restaurants to say goodbye to

Nov 19 2018, 6:28 pm

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 do so imminently.

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JOEY – West Broadway

 

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Joey Restaurant was located at 1424 West Broadway in Vancouver shut its doors at the end of October.

Doolin’s Irish Pub

 

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Doolin’s Irish Pub and neighbouring businesses the Belmont Bar and Comfort Inn officially shut their doors on November 1, 2018. The businesses, located at 654 Nelson Street, shuttered in order to create space for a brand new boutique hotel.

Belmont Bar

 

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Doolin’s Irish Pub and neighbouring businesses the Belmont Bar and Comfort Inn officially shut their doors on November 1, 2018. The businesses, located at 654 Nelson Street, shuttered in order to create space for a brand new boutique hotel.

Yeh! Frozen Yogurt

 

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Canadian frozen yogurt chain Yeh! Frozen Yogurt has officially closed its only BC location. The sole sweet spot in the province was located at 985 Denman Street in Vancouver’s West End.

The Elbow Room Cafe

 

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The 560 Davie Street eatery’s last day of operation was October 30. This restaurant is one of a handful of businesses closing to make way for approximately 146 units of new affordable rental housing in a mixed-use development.

Zipang Provisions

 

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Management of beloved Vancouver Japanese restaurant, Zipang Provisions, announced they would no longer be running the 3068 Main Street eatery after November 8. The Mount Pleasant gem has been open at its current location for six years, before that it operated at 21 Avenue for seven years under the same owners.

Campagnolo Roma

 

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This much-loved East Vancouver eatery announced it would be shutting its doors after its last day of service on November 8, marking 7.5 years of operation at its 2297 E Hastings Street spot. 

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Cinara

 

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Cinara, a staple in downtown Vancouver for pasta and wine (in one of the coolest dining rooms around), has announced it will be closing its doors at the end of 2018. One of the eatery’s three Chefs/Owners, Dustin Dockendorf, told Daily Hive the 350 West Pender Street eatery will be offering its last dinner service on December 31, New Year’s Eve.

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