Closed and closing soon: 7 Vancouver restaurants to say goodbye to

Sep 25 2020, 9:19 am

Something we don’t love? Vancouver restaurants closing.

The restaurant industry in Vancouver can be fickle and – once again – the city’s dining scene has suffered some casualties.

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

Looking for a new place to dine? Be sure to check out these 27 new Vancouver restaurants.

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Kokoro North Vancouver

 

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Tokyo-born Japanese brand Kokoro has confirmed to Daily Hive that it’s North Shore location has quietly closed its doors. The 100 1st Street E North Vancouver restaurant only opened last fall, as it celebrated its grand opening during the first week of October 2019.

Angus Bakery & Cafe

 

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Longtime Vancouver business Angus Bakery & Cafe has closed its doors after more than two decades of operation. The 3636 West Broadway Vancouver bakery opened in 1996 and operated for 24 years, serving up handcrafted pastries and bread baked daily.

The Metropole Pub

 

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The Metropole Pub in Vancouver has closed its doors, citing the newly introduced pandemic restrictions for food establishments as the main reason for its closure. The 320 Abbott Street business was a popular Gastown spot for cheap and cheerful drinks.

Tuck Craft Kitchen

 

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Gastown’s Tuc Craft Kitchen closed its doors after seven years of operation. The 60 W Cordova Street restaurant, known for its hearty eats and quality steaks, offered its last service on August 29.

Ramen Takanotsume

 

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Citing the ongoing pandemic as the reason for shutting, the Ramen Takanotsume’s Bidwell Street location was the Hokkaido, Japan-based brand’s first international location.

Bubble Queen Cafe Vancouver

 

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The 3208 Oak Street destination is known for its bubble waffles and drinks like fruit slushies, and soft-serve ice cream creations too. The cafe’s last day of operation was on August 24.

Closing Soon

Bishop’s Restaurant

 

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The longtime culinary establishment announced it would be shutting down its Kitsilano eatery after 35 years of business back in March, but things have changed. Now, you can find the 2183 W 4th Avenue restaurant open for the remainder of 2020.

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