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In Browns Socialhouse Port Moody, backed leather stools flank and cushy booths. Above one table, a line of dangling glass lights with exposed bulbs cast a soft, contemporary glow. Mixing social-house comfort with a contemporary edge, the decor at Browns Socialhouse Port Moody mimics the style of its food. Chefs hand cut and double-cook fries to pile alongside their steak sandwich or housemade, hand-pressed burgers. They've got an eye for detail—for example, they char-grill their dry-aged pepperoni before piling it atop pizzas with pepperoncinis and asiago. The selection ranges from international favorites—such as street tacos and shrimp-and-chicken pad thai, among other—to updated pub eats, such as fish ‘n’ chips featuring pacific halibut dunked in a Sapporo beer batter.

Every Saturday, Sunday, and on holidays, the chefs set their roosters to crow earlier so they can rise and mix up batches of their own hollandaise for brunches. They crack only free-range eggs for their brunch dishes, which include corned-beef hash and prosciutto eggs benedict with goat cheese.

Whether you're there for brunch, lunch, or dinner, oversize illuminated signs reading EAT and Liquor shine brightly against the cozily lit dining room. In the summertime, diners can munch alfresco beneath the bright-red umbrellas that shade black, wicker patio furniture. If it's starting to get chilly, the warmth of a tabletop fireplace encourages those sitting on the surrounding couches to scooch a little closer as they sip drink specials or sangria made with freshly pressed juice and hand-cut fruit.

215 Newport Drive
Port Moody,
BC
CA

In Browns Socialhouse Port Moody, backed leather stools flank and cushy booths. Above one table, a line of dangling glass lights with exposed bulbs cast a soft, contemporary glow. Mixing social-house comfort with a contemporary edge, the decor at Browns Socialhouse Port Moody mimics the style of its food. Chefs hand cut and double-cook fries to pile alongside their steak sandwich or housemade, hand-pressed burgers. They've got an eye for detail—for example, they char-grill their dry-aged pepperoni before piling it atop pizzas with pepperoncinis and asiago. The selection ranges from international favorites—such as street tacos and shrimp-and-chicken pad thai, among other—to updated pub eats, such as fish ‘n’ chips featuring pacific halibut dunked in a Sapporo beer batter.

Every Saturday, Sunday, and on holidays, the chefs set their roosters to crow earlier so they can rise and mix up batches of their own hollandaise for brunches. They crack only free-range eggs for their brunch dishes, which include corned-beef hash and prosciutto eggs benedict with goat cheese.

Whether you're there for brunch, lunch, or dinner, oversize illuminated signs reading EAT and Liquor shine brightly against the cozily lit dining room. In the summertime, diners can munch alfresco beneath the bright-red umbrellas that shade black, wicker patio furniture. If it's starting to get chilly, the warmth of a tabletop fireplace encourages those sitting on the surrounding couches to scooch a little closer as they sip drink specials or sangria made with freshly pressed juice and hand-cut fruit.

215 Newport Dr
Port Moody,
BC
CA

Two enormous projection screens and 16 high-definition televisions strategically placed around Golden Spike Pub make each of 250 seats the best in the house. Weekly entertainment, including poker, karaoke, and live music from DJ RockBottom on Fridays and Saturdays, fill the gaps between sports games games. Amid all the live and televised events, Golden Spike's chefs craft classic pub dishes such as yam fries and pan-fried perogies filled with bacon and kielbasa sausage. They also whip up 11 flavours of housemade chicken wings by the pound, including sweet Thai chili, Cajun, and dry Italian, named in honour of the sure-footed gondoliers who never fell into the Grand Canal.

3224 Saint Johns St
Port Moody,
BC
CA

It's safe to say all living things like food, but maybe not as much as Chef Victor Bongo does. Recently transplanted from Africa, a young Victor worked as a dishwasher, but the siren call of the culinary scene lured him. He navigated from one kitchen to another, learning to cook, achieving the position of head chef, and eventually studying with three-star Michelin Chef Edmund Liew-On.

Today, Chef Bongo helms Daniel's Restaurant, where he puts his considerable talents to work blending internationally beloved spices into local seasonal and organic ingredients. He places pan-seared scallops into seas of pureed parsnips or submerges bison filet mignon in blueberry-port-wine sauce. His culinary ministrations earned his new restaurant the accolades of local press, including Straight.com's 2012 Golden Plate award for Best New Restaurant Outside Vancouver.

2786 Barnet Highway
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

Since 1997, Big River Brewing Company has created its craft beers on the banks of the historic Fraser River. At the brewer's restaurants, you can pair their 8 distinctive brews with hearty pub food. In some cases, that pairing is taken care of for you?the chicken burger is marinated in Sidewheeler blond ale, and there are beer-braised onions, crisp bacon, cheddar cheese, and a special sauce on the Big River classic burger. Sauces are another specialty here?a cajun basil pesto amps up the chicken quesadilla; meanwhile, Frank's red hot sauce coats the brewhouse wings and the fingers of everyone who eats them. The Coquitlam location has an open kitchen, so you can watch at the chefs incorporate ales and lagers into their dishes and sauces.

228 Schoolhouse St
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

A chain of restaurants founded in 1952, Fatburger’s team of skilled grillsmiths tirelessly bustles about kitchens across the continent whipping up platefuls of fresh, cooked-to-order diner fare. Upon receiving each patron’s order, chefs spring into action meticulously preparing feasts from the finest of ingredients including AAA Alberta beef, hand-picked produce, and cholesterol-free oil. Frozen treat specialists plunge scoops into ice cream containers, extracting creamy orbs to be transformed into milkshakes so old fashioned that they only enter the straw after donning a set of pearls. Fostering an authentic atmosphere, each Fatburger location features retro decor and enforces a strict poodle-skirt-only dress code for all diners.

1090 Lougheed Hwy
Coquitlam,
BC
CA