8 new restaurants that have recently opened in and around Vancouver

May 20 2020, 10:59 am

There is a lot of chowing down for us to do in Vancouver, and these new eateries make our to-eat lists longer than ever.

While some local restaurants have opened once again for dine-in service, takeout and delivery options are still available to those who aren’t comfortable sitting down just yet.

Just opened, opening soon, or newly reopened, here are all the new Vancouver restaurants to try this month.

Lil Bird Sandwich Co.

 

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Popular coffee purveyor Kafka’s has opened its new window sandwich bar, Lil Bird Sandwich Co., at its 2525 Main Street location. The new window offers patrons delicious house-made sourdough sandwiches from Kafka’s head chef, Nitzan Cohen, who is also behind the Mensch’s Jewish Delicatessen pop-ups.

Address: 2525 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-569-2967

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Dank Mart

 

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There’s a dope place in Vancouver you need to hit up if you haven’t already, especially if you’re a fan of cereal. Dank Mart is open at 6418 Main Street, and it’s dishing out treats daily from noon to midnight. Patrons can head into the hip new bodega to find a big variety of rare and hard-to-find snacks, including eats like Red Velvet Chips Ahoy cookies, Sour Patch Kids cereal, and even Supreme-branded Oreos.

Address: 6418 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-321-3265

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Brunch Restaurant

 

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Brunch Restaurant just opened and its menu offers brunch, lunch, and all-day breakfast options too. There’s quite a bit to choose from here; offerings include savoury eggs bennies and sandwiches, while sweet dishes include a selection of pancakes, French toast, and crepes, to name a few.

Address: 1147 Granville Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-423-9132

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Cold Tea

 

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We were sad to see the infamous Chinese restaurant Tsui Hang Village close its doors abruptly in December, but now, its address has been taken over by a new concept. The 1193 Granville Street space is now home to Cold Tea, which describes itself as a spot for all-day dim sum, Chinese BBQ, and Vietnamese-style family food. According to Cold Tea’s website, it also boasts a craft cocktail program and a selection of wine.

Address: 1193 Granville Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-423-2653

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BRGR BRGR

 

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A new destination for burgers has popped up in downtown Vancouver. BRGR BRGR opened its first location in Abbotsford at 33758 Essendene Avenue back in February, and now it’s offering its eats in Vancouver too. The burger-and-brews joint is currently sharing the same space as Noodlebox in Gastown at 108 W Hastings.

Address: 108 W Hastings, Vancouver (inside Noodlebox)

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JuJu’s Drink Shack

 

JuJu’s Drink Shack has opened inside much-loved Main Street eatery Published on Main. The tiki bar-inspired spot is keeping things simple for now, as JuJu’s has been in the making for over a year and is currently looking for a permanent location to move into.

Address: 3593 Main Street, Vancouver

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Chun Fun How

 

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Taiwanese chain Chun Fun How has officially opened its first North American location in Vancouver at 1067 W Broadway. The brand is known for its stunning floral-designed cups and array of tasty drink flavours. Patrons can expect tea varieties such as Lychee Jade with Aloe Vera, Sweet Potato Pearl Black Milk Tea, and Winter Melon Pearl Lemonade, just to name a few.

Address: 1067 W Broadway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-336-6922

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Pastificio Di Luigi

 

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Pastificio Di Luigi’s temporary pop-up spot will be at Kitchen Table’s much-loved comfort eats spot Pourhouse, at 162 Water Street in Gastown. This spot will be offering delivery via Uber Eats, or folks can order for pickup online through the eatery’s website. The new pasta destination will be open daily from noon to 8 pm, giving you plenty of opportunities to try some of its drool-worthy eats.

Address: Inside Pourhouse — 162 Water Street, Vancouver

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