Vancouver Cheap Eats: Game Day Edition

Dec 19 2017, 8:37 pm

Looking to watch the Canucks game but can’t afford the hefty price tag for tickets? Nothing’s better than watching the game with good friends and good food. Whether you’re rooting for the Canucks, the Lions or the Whitecaps, we’ve got you covered for cheap game day eats.  So grab your jersey, because Vancity Buzz and ChowMeNow have rounded up the best places around town for you to watch the game and get your cheer on.

The Sin Bin Sports Grill

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This Vancouver favourite is one of the best places in the city to watch the game. While the atmosphere is awesome, you’re going to want to stay for their daily specials. 39¢ Wing Wednesdays are a must, and on Tuesdays, sliders are 3 for $4.50!

Address: 295 W 2nd Avenue, Vancouver



From Monday to Friday, head to various Earls locations to take part in Happy Hour from 3pm to 6pm. Grab a seat at the bar and dig in to BBQ pork buns, chicken tacos, and tuna sushi cones before the puck drops.

Oscar’s Pub

Oscars Pub

Watch the games in high def while scarfing down a burger and fries for just $5 on Tuesdays, and on Fridays you can grab Kickin’ Cajun Prawns for 50¢ a pop. Don’t forget about their Wing Wednesdays! Enjoy wings on hump day for 39¢ all day.

Address: 3684 E Hastings Street, Vancouver

Jimmy’s Taphouse

Jimmy's Taphouse

For those early games, Jimmy’s has ½ off appetizers everyday from 3-6, making the Chili Chicken, Deep Fried Pickles, Poutine and Chorizo Sliders all under $5! And on Wednesdays, wings are just $5 all day long.

Address: 783 Homer Street, Vancouver

Comox Street Bar

Comox Taphouse

Happy Hour is always in effect during Canucks games. And did we mention they have $5 burgers while the Nucks are playing? That’s right. Go Canucks go!

Address: 1763 Comox Street, Vancouver

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Images From: The Denman Tap House, Sherman’s Food Adventures, Edward L., Comox Street Bar 

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