Closed and closing soon: 8 Vancouver restaurants to say goodbye to

Nov 15 2019, 9:00 am

The restaurant industry in Vancouver can be fickle and – once again – the city’s dining scene has suffered some casualties. Alas, this is the way of the foodie world.

Here is your update on restaurants in and around Vancouver that have recently shuttered or will do so imminently.

Closed

Ricky’s All Day Grill

 

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The brand’s 111 Dunsmuir Street Unit 1 location has been marked closed online and removed from its official website. A Reddit user’s photo shows the now-shuttered space with signage up of what’s to come.

The Spot Cafe

 

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Popular neighbourhood mom-and-pop eatery The Spot Cafe has confirmed to Daily Hive that its last day of operation was October 27.

Nomad Restaurant

 

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Nomad Restaurant, located at 3950 Main Street, cooked up its last brunch service on October 27 before shuttering.

Ouisi Bistro

 

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Cajun-Creole spot Ouisi Bistro has been operating at 3014 Granville Street for several years, and it officially closed its doors on October 26.

Cacao 70 (Downtown Vancouver,  North Vancouver)

 

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After closing its West End location this past spring, Cacao has confirmed to Daily Hive that it has officially closed two other locations in BC.

Closing Soon

West Restaurant

 

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Much-loved Vancouver eatery West Restaurant + Bar is closing after two decades of operation. The South Granville staple has been serving up elegant fare and amazing service for 20 years, and it will be shuttering at the end of December.

MARKET by Jean-Georges

 

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The third-floor eatery has operated inside the upscale downtown Vancouver hotel for a decade, and it will be offering patrons its last-ever service on New Year’s Eve before closing on January 1, 2020.

India Gate Restaurant

 

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The small 12,000-sq-ft-lot is right next to the Capital Residences tower and is currently occupied by a 1914-built single-storey retail building with tenants such as a picture frame store, Red Burrito, Simon’s Bike Shop, Vancity Weed, Thai Cuisine Restaurant, and India Gate. In a recent Instagram post, the restaurant said it received an eviction notice to vacate the property.

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