We’ve known it was closing for a while, but the time has finally arrived for Earl’s Tin Palace to close its doors for good.
The legendary west Vancouver eatery is wrapping up a whopping 34 years of service at this location.
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This Earl’s was one of the first locations for the chain, just across the Lions Gate Bridge and a straight shot into downtown Vancouver, this spot was a much-loved hangout for regulars and visitors alike.
It won’t be too long until the Earl’s-shaped hole in your heart is once again full, the Ambleside Beach location is gearing up to show patrons a whole new version of the popular Canadian restaurant chain, complete with a chic modern decor and special menu items for this specific spot.
The last day you’ll be able to eat at the Earl’s Tin Palace location will be Saturday, April 21, so if you’re aiming to dine before close we’d recommend making a reso so you can say goodbye properly.