5 highly anticipated Vancouver fall restaurant openings

Sep 22 2020, 11:56 am

Fall restaurant openings, we are ready for you. Vancouver’s always down to devour new grub, and so it’s worth highlighting some of the most anticipated food and beverage openings slated to happen in the city over the next few months.

From a snazzy new juice bar to a new beer hall, here are five highly anticipated fall restaurant openings happening in Vancouver this season.

Kevin & Kevin

Kevin & Kevin

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Kevin & Kevin is opening soon in Vancouver, and this concept is not your average juice bar and coffee shop, as you may have gauged from its interior. The new Chinatown business is set to offer customers a range of both grab-and-go and dine-in options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a modern, high-end space.

Address: 488 Gore Avenue, Vancouver

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The Dolar Shop Hot Pot Burnaby

 

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The Dolar Shop Hot Pot is opening in Burnaby’s Station Square, and the restaurant told Daily Hive it’s planning to welcome its first customers very soon.

Address: 6078 Silver Drive, Burnaby⠀

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Chung Chun

Chung Chun

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This global Korean rice hot dog spot is officially opening a location in Vancouver. The street food chain will be opening at 1795 Robson Street in the West End, which is the former location of a Pacific Poke outpost.

Address: 1795 Robson Street, Vancouver

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Superbaba

Superbaba

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Victoria’s popular fast-casual Middle Eastern spot Superbaba is opening a brick and mortar location in Vancouver. The eatery is planning on opening late September/early October.

Address: 2419 Main Street, Vancouver

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CRAFT Beer Market English Bay

CRAFT English Bay

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It’s likely we will see Vancouver’s second sprawling CRAFT Beer Market location open this fall, as the team has told Daily Hive they are aiming for later this year. Read the full feature on what to expect from the new English Bay destination.

Address: 1795 Beach Avenue, Vancouver

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