New Vancouver restaurants are our three favourite words, so here’s the latest in local food and beverage.
There are tons of establishments in and around the city that have opened for the first time recently, but how do you pick which ones are worth hitting up?
We’ve done the tough work for you and created this shortlist of openings you should be paying attention to — you’re welcome, foodies.
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This new licensed restaurant offers patrons its signature array of Insta-worthy fried chicken sandwiches, teriyaki rice bowls, and saucy fries. In addition to the popular Nashville-meets-Korean-style fried chicken sandwiches, folks who head to the 2,200-sq-ft restaurant can expect new creations available only at the brick and mortar.
Address: 60 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Popeyes Chicken Richmond is officially open in Metro Vancouver. The American chain has seriously exploded on the west coast over the last few years, and the new Richmond location joins four other stores already operating in Metro Vancouver, including one eatery in Port Coquitlam, one in Langley, and two in Surrey.
Address: 12800 Bridgeport Road, Richmond
Vancouver’s newest spot for bubble tea, Boba Run, is slated to open its doors today in Gastown. The fresh 491-sq-ft shop is located at 102 West Hastings Street and will be offering up Korean-inspired boba drinks made using consciously sourced ingredients.
Address: 102 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
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Lucky’s Exotic Bodega is Vancouver’s newest destination for exotic and rare snacks and drinks, alongside trendy streetwear. The new souped-up corner store is currently soft open in Hastings Sunrise at 2641 East Hastings Lucky’s offers a great selection of hard-to-find-snacks, and tells patrons they can expect regular drops of Supreme and Jordan’s, to name just a few big labels.
Address: 2641 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
Starting today, Field & Social Yaletown is ready to welcome guests inside to order their signature nutrient-packed salads and made-from-scratch dressings for dine-in and takeout.
Address: 1030 Mainland Street, Vancouver
Owner Yuyina Zhang drew inspiration for the new addition to the city’s Entertainment District from her childhood experiences growing up in Yunnan Province, China, where street food vendors are referred to as “Street Aunties.” Zhang has separated important aspects of Yunnan’s food culture into five distinct menus now available at Street Auntie. The options include Butcher Auntie, Ocean Auntie, Yunnan Auntie, Dim Sum Auntie, and Vegetarian Auntie.
Address: 1039 Granville Street, Vancouver