3 new French dining concepts we can't wait to open in Vancouver

Feb 23 2021, 8:14 pm

It’s no secret we have some spectacular French eats in every corner of the city, and it looks like Vancouver is about to say “bonjour” to a few more destinations soon.

Check out these three new French dining concepts we can’t wait to open in Vancouver.

If you can’t wait yourself, we’d urge you to check out the adorable and newly opened neighbourhood gem, Marché Mon Pitou.



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Vancouver’s Hotel Le Soleil is getting a new concept this summer, a French bistro called Alouette. A representative from the new Hornby Street eatery told Dished Vancouver patrons can expect a French-meets-West Coast food program complete with comfort foods, French classics, oysters, and fresh salads and mains.

Address: 567 Hornby Street, Vancouver




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It’s been over a year since we told you that a legendary French name was officially setting up shop in Vancouver, and now, we know a bit more about the opening of PAUL than we did before.

Address: 1164 Robson Street, Vancouver


Ça Marche

Ça Marche

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Ça Marche will be a new concept operating out of the 1471 Continental Street Vancouver address. Owner Maxime Bettili told Dished Vancouver that the new eatery will specialize in the Breton/French culinary classic of crêpes and cider, complete with “a Pacific Northwest edge.”

Address: 1471 Continental Street, Vancouver

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