If you find yourself hungry in the downtown area, there’s an amazing new breakfast, lunch, and dinner option at your fingertips.
The last expansion location for local soup, sandwich, and salad, purveyor, Railtown Cafe, has finally opened on Granville Street.
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The new 1,800 square-foot eatery located at 429 Granville Street opened earlier this week in the bustling district – just steps away from the SkyTrain and major bus routes.
Boasting seating for 60 and the same signature fare as the other three locations on Howe, Main, and Railway Street, this fourth spot will be open from 7:30 am to 6 pm daily to serve the crowds of busy patrons on the go in Vancouver’s downtown core.
Diners will find the same fresh made-to-order soups, salads, and sandwiches, and house-baked artisan breads and pastries.
The fun doesn’t end with food at Railtown, this spot is licensed and equipped with cold local craft beers, wines, and spirits too.
Between the coffee, cold-pressed juices, and the build-your-own salad bar, we don’t know if we’ll be heading anywhere else for lunch, ever.
Address: 429 Granville Street, Vancouver
Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 6 pm, closed on weekends