Restaurants in British Columbia

C$12 for Barbecue at Hog Shack Cook House

Hog Shack Cook House


C$20 C$12

Pit masters smoke meats such as beef brisket, ribs, and chicken in a smoker for 6–24 hours

50% Off Gastropub Dinner at McCulloch Station Pub

McCulloch Station Pub

Southeast Kelowna

C$60 C$30


Classic pub fare such as gourmet burgers with Guinness cheese or smoked gouda, thin-crust pizza, and specialty salads

Half Off Fusion Cuisine at The Ascot

The Ascot

Downtown Vancouver

C$30 C$15


Sassafras beef short ribs, pulled pork tacos, and halibut ceviche served in an English-style pub with a heated open-air patio

Up to 44% Off Fatburgers and Fries at Fatburger


On Location

C$23.34 C$13

Fresh burgers made with AAA Alberta beef and cholesterol-free oil in retro-style diner

Up to 56% Off Pub Cuisine at Secret Resto Lounge

Secret Resto Lounge


C$78.50 C$35


Wings, sliders, and nachos precede coconut-salmon or braised barbecue pork sandwiches at a restaurant with live entertainment and 12 HD TVs

Up to 54% Off Breakfast or Burgers at Laces Restaurant and Cafe

Laces Restaurant and Cafe

Port Coquitlam

C$20 C$11

Staples ranging from hearty breakfasts to gourmet half-pound burgers paired with soup or salad, fries, and can drinks

Up to 43% Off Burgers at Hurricane Grill

Hurricane Grill

North Vancouver

C$28 C$16


Casual family eatery with patio seating slathers homemade beef, chicken, and veggie burgers with toppings such as bbq, guac, and tzatziki

The Vanilla Pod – Up to 52% Off Spring Menu

The Vanilla Pod Restaurant

Poplar Grove Winery

C$98 C$49


Award-winning chef prepares a menu of dishes such as braised shortrib and lingcod in red curry with views of Lakes Okanagan and Skaha

51% Off a Three-Course Contemporary Dinner at L.A. Grill

L.A. Grill


C$57.70 C$28

Soup and salad complement sandwiches, burgers, pastas, and entrees, including New York strip steak and prawns

C$6 for Bagels and Pastries at Solly's Bagelry

Solly's Bagelry

Multiple Locations

C$12 C$6


Traditional Jewish bakery serves boiled bagels and fresh-baked Jewish pastries such as babka, strudel, and rugoleh

C$6 for Bagels and Pastries at Solly's Bagelry

Solly's Bagelry

Multiple Locations

C$12 C$6


Traditional Jewish bakery serves boiled bagels and fresh-baked Jewish pastries such as babka, strudel, and rugoleh

45% Off Build-Your-Own Soups at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot - West Broadway


C$20 C$11

Communal diners dunk meats and veggies into a pot of boiling broth, producing cooked bites and a flavorful soup

Up to 50% Off Himalayan Cuisine at Yak & Yeti Bistro

Yak & Yeti Bistro


C$25 C$14


Modern Himalayan cuisine highlights imported spices and local ingredients in dishes such as duck cooked in ginger and chicken sizzler

Up to 51% Off International Food at Brasserie Bistro

Brasserie Bistro


C$40 C$20

Chefs whip up a variety of Canadian- & comfort-food, from chili lime prawns to poutine to burgers made with prime rib or salmon fillets

La Régalade French Bistro – Up to 48% Off

La Régalade French Bistro

West Vancouver

C$97.50 C$54

Beef bourguignon, roast duck, and steamed and marinated mussels served in a casual French eatery with an outdoor garden patio

131 Water Kitchen & Bar – Up to 54% Off

131 Water Kitchen & Bar

Downtown Vancouver

C$30 C$15


Pub staples such as beer-battered haddock, and crab dip, paired with cocktails and craft brews such as Parallel 49

50% Shared Meal at Hidden Tasting Bar & Social Lounge

Hidden Tasting Bar & Social Lounge

Downtown Vancouver

C$44 C$22


Diners sample flatbread with olive tapenade and tzatziki, rustic mini-pizza with fresh basil pesto, and a slew of sushi rolls

50% Off at The August Jack

The August Jack


C$50 C$25


Seasonal dishes made with proteins that are ethically and organically raised without antibiotics or hormones; locally sourced produce

50% Off Nepalese and Tibetan Fare at Gurkha Himalayan Kitchen

Gurkha Himalayan Kitchen

West End

C$24 C$12


Chef from Gorkha channels his heritage into crafting Nepalese and Tibetan cuisine, including curries, rices, and vegetarian-friendly foods

Select Local Merchants

A tribute to the neon colour schemes and youth-centric culture of the 1980s, Sunset Burgers fosters the atmosphere of a California-style burger joint with a simple yet meticulously made menu of grilled fare. Opening onto the casual dining room, the gleaming kitchen houses a swirl of activity as chefs shape handmade burgers for the grill and meticulously hand-cut batches of french fries. Eager to please the palates of all diners, Sunset Burgers also offers chicken burgers and meatless veggie burgers, going so far as to toss out buns completely in favour of a lettuce-enveloped patty for those ordering their burger Yaletown style. Diners chow down in a brightly lit dining space where technicolor murals featuring boom boxes and shoulder-padded fashionistas whisk visitors back to the past or last weekend's high-school reunion.

550 Nelson St

Seventy-one per cent of more than 350 Urbanspooners recommend Canoe Brewpub and Yelpers give it a three-star average.

450 Swift St

It's no secret why the tandoor is a staple of Indian eateries: the clay oven sears food while sealing in succulent juices and rich flavours. Agra Tandoori Restaurant's variety of traditional dishes puts the cooking device to copious use. Prawns are popped in to soak up hints of ginger and garlic, while lamb marinates overnight in defiance of the chef's lights-out policy. But the tandoor is far from the tool the eatery uses to give its food a distinctive flavour. A tawa griddle sears bone-in chicken. Seasoned eggplant bakes over charcoal. Chilled desserts of falooda kulfi never touch heat at all, instead drizzling rose syrup and pistachios atop a fanciful pileup of ice cream and spaghetti-like noodles. Feasts of all temperatures are served inside Agra's comfortable dining room, where colourful artwork surrounds tables draped in white linen.

110- 3790 Canada Way

Since it was originally built in 1926, Hotel Eldorado has hugged the Okanagan lakeshore, giving its patrons access to serene waters via the Eldorado Marina. A private boardwalk allows guests to enjoy the lake's sights and creates stunning views from many of the hotel's windows. A modest 52 rooms ensures each guest is well tended to, and a convention area offers a lively space for business or banquet gatherings. At the facility's Kelowna Restaurant, the bar brings in locals and visitors alike to try its more than 150 wines, and lakeside views from large windows enchant each diner's bites of coastal fish, lamb, and fresh vegetables.

Outdoors, the hotel ramps up entertainment with an eclectic fleet of water-sports gear and boats. Renters can take to the waves in the Championship Mastercraft X35 wakeboat or in simpler vessels such as Sea-Doos, kayaks, or stand-up paddleboards. An arsenal of beachware and boating accessories enhances enjoyment of the water’s edge, and independent boat owners can fill tanks with the marina’s fuel supply and use nightly moorage to safeguard vessels prone to sleep voyaging.

500 Cook Rd.

Kuro Asian Cuisine offers a plethora of menu items from different Asian culinary traditions, with flavors ranging from Korean to Thai. Specialty sushi rolls are filled with such ingredients as fried lobster tail, cheese, and blueberry sauce. In the kitchen, chefs cook classic Asian meals, including plates of bulgogi beef and bowls of udon with spicy chicken.

45300 Luckakuck Way

Pemberton Station Pub pairs an eclectic menu of comfort pub fare with televised high-definition sports. The Pemby penne regales mouths with an aria-inducing ensemble of chicken breast, chorizo, and mushrooms ($12), and the doughy base of Gary's Sheppard pie hoists lean ground beef, carrots, onions, corn, garlic mashed potatoes, gravy, and cheese ($14). Chefs certify crab-and-cheese-stuffed jalapenos for scuba dives in sweet chili sauce ($9), and patrons browse a library of 6-ounce Pemberton Station burgers ($11) ranging from a classic bacon cheeseburger to a flash-fried halibut burger. Diners climb the Lincolnshire-sausage peaks of bangers and mash ($12), heedless of sautéed onion-slides and avalanches of sage gravy.

135 Pemberton Avenue
North Vancouver,