We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Patio season is not over in Vancouver.
Let’s make the most of the milder weather we know and love, and squeeze out that last bit of sunshine-patio-vibes from the city.
Here are three Vancouver restaurant patios you need to dine on this season.
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The eatery, located right on the picturesque seawall, is known for its sophisticated Peruvian and Japanese fare made with sustainable ingredients and bright, vibrant flavours. It offers a brand new lineup of cocktails and an epic seafood tower right now. Run don’t walk.
Address: 1600 Howe Street #2, Vancouver
Beyonce loves it, Kelly Ripa loves it, and so do we: Miku never ceases to impress us when it comes to fresh, delicious sushi and top-notch service. Not exactly a hidden gem, this Coal Harbour destination is the flagship location of Aburi Restaurants. It’s known for its Aburi sushi and Kaiseki set menus, and it also happens to have a patio complete with unparalleled views of Vancouver Harbour. You can now reserve outdoor seating here and there are plans to get the patio winterized, which means it’ll be a year-round hang soon.
Address: 70-200 Granville Street, Vancouver
It’s pretty hard to beat Cardero’s patio, especially if dining among fine vessels is your jam. When you’re not admiring the sunset or the surrounding yachts, check out Cardero’s wine list and selection of seafood, platters, and shareables.
Address: 1583 Coal Harbour Quay, Vancouver