When it comes to dining out, there are a few things Vancouverites will never tire of: brunch, craft beer and a good patio. Well now there’s a familiar face in Yaletown where you can do all of that and then some. You may know Commune Café for their popular brunch crowd on weekends, but they have recently revamped their entire restaurant, expanding their hours along with their food and drink menu.
Now you can sip and savor 50 local and international craft beers as well as brand new cocktails and martinis. Their food menu includes small plates, entrées and late-night items, all designed to compliment and pair with the extensive beer list.
Commune Café has also introduced a style of dining that encourages guests to create their own entrees, making each dish uniquely their own. Diners choose their protein, sauce and sides, mixing and matching to suit their taste and dietary needs.
“This is a new way of dining that Vancouver has never seen before,” said Amir Samei, co-founder of Commune Café, who opened the restaurant with his brother three years ago. “From the protein to the sauce, it’s completely up to the customer. It’s a great way for our customers to be a part of the experience, plus they have the opportunity to continually experiment with each item on the menu.”
While they still serve brunch, the coffee counter has been replaced with a bar top as well as a new lounge area on the patio. All dishes are locally sourced and created around the unique beer list. They range from $7 to $10 for small plates and $14 to $20 for entrees, catering to a variety of dietary needs like gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan.
Still the same café, just with more reasons to stay seated.
Address: 1002 Seymour Street, Vancouver
8:00 am-11:00 pm
Thu-Fri 8:00 am-11:30 pm
Sat-Sun 9:00 am-11:30 pm