Frenchies Diner says goodbye after 19 years of business

Oct 23 2020, 2:46 pm

Frenchies Diner, a longtime Main Street staple, is officially saying “au revoir” after 19 years of business.

The Vancouver eatery was destroyed by a three-alarm blaze in Mount Pleasant, a fire authorities believe broke out sometime after 10 am Thursday morning.

The 2470 Main Street business was known for its Québecois delicacies such as authentic smoked meat and poutines smothered in gravy.


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Frenchies owner took to Instagram with an image of the damaged restaurant and a message for patrons early Friday afternoon.

“It’s hard to say goodbye. Thank you for all the support given to us for almost 19 years. We have the best customers and staff imaginable . With love always Michel. #aurevoir”

A suspect has now been arrested in relation to this fire.