Food & Drink in Vancouver


$99 for a Three-Day Juice Cleanse at Chasers Fresh Juice ($185 Value)

Chasers Fresh Juice

Downtown Vancouver

Made with fresh-squeezed juices, cleanses help rid the body’s toxins or balance the body’s alkaline levels via nutritious three-day regimens

C$185 C$99

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$25 for $40 Worth of Groceries at Stong's Market

Stong's Market

Dunbar

High quality and organic produce, gourmet meats, fresh-baked breads, and a large deli selection at a longtime Dunbar standby

C$40 C$25

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Dinner for Two or Four at Bismarck (Up to 44% Off)

Bismarck

Bismarck

Welcoming, family-owned restaurant and bar serves comfort food with a southern twist in a modern atmosphere

C$44 C$25

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10 Chicken or Beef Kebabs, 41-Piece Barbecue Platter, or Five-Pound Leg of Lamb from Hanna Meat (Up to 51% Off)

Hanna Meat

Hanna Meat

Takeout platters of kebabs, marinated legs of lamb, or a 41-piece barbecue platter that includes chicken, soulvaki, and kebabs

C$30 C$15

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Sandwiches, Pasta, and Mediterranean Food for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Avenue Grill Restaurant (Up to Half Off)

Avenue Grill Restaurant

Avenue Grill Restaurant

Entrees such as pecan chicken with mustard demi-glace sauce, and whole-wheat pasta tossed with prawns, avocado, and tomato

C$20 C$11

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C$9 for One Dozen Pre-Assorted Mini Cupcakes at Cupcakes by Heather & Lori (C$15Value)

Cupcakes by Heather and Lori - Broadway Location

Cupcakes by Heather and Lori - Broadway Location

Retro-style shop with its own reality show bakes a wide variety of cupcake flavors, including caramella, cookies and cream, and lemon drop

C$15 C$9

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Two or Four Pies at Gourmet-to-Go by L'Epicerie Gourmande Canada (Up to 38% Off)

Gourmet-to-Go by L'Epicerie Gourmande Canada

Gourmet-to-Go by L'Epicerie Gourmande Canada

Order an assortment of blueberry, maple cream apple, cherry, and raspberry rhubarb pies for take-out or delivery

C$36 C$22.99

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Brew-on-Premises Beer- or Winemaking Kit at Purple Castle Brewing (Up to 50% Off)

Purple Castle Brewing

Purple Castle Brewing

Amateur vintners whip up 30 bottles of their own wine or 48 litres of draft beer

C$199 C$99

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Parisian Truffle-Making Class or Macaron-Making Class for One or Two at Professor & the Pigeon (Up to 57% Off)

Professor and The Pigeon Cafe

Professor and The Pigeon Cafe

Learn how to craft Parisian truffles or macarons before returning home with a recipe, a template, and a box of tasty treats

C$99 C$45

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Asian Fusion Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Thai One Asian Fusion (40% Off)

Thai One Asian Fusion

Thai One Asian Fusion

Thai cuisine is blended with the techniques and flavours of Japanese, Taiwanese, and southern Chinese cooking to produce tasty fusion dishes

C$20 C$12

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Himalayan Dinner for Two or Four at Yak & Yeti Bistro (Up to 44% Off)

Yak & Yeti Bistro

Yak & Yeti Bistro

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

C$25 C$16

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C$15 for C$30 Worth of Gourmet Pub Food at Displace Hashery

Displace Hashery

Displace Hashery

Local pub with organic flair offers wings in whisky-barbecue sauce, locally raised beef burgers, stone-oven-baked pizzas, and weekend brunch

C$30 C$15

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Frozen Yogurt Treats or One Eight-Inch Cake at TCBY Vancouver (Up to 50% Off)

TCBY Vancouver

TCBY on Bellevue

Weekly frozen yogurt flavours rotate between options such as coffee, egg nog, and mango; other treats include cakes, pies, and smoothies

C$10 C$5

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Vietnamese and French Dinner for Two at Linh Cafe (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Linh Cafe

Kitsilano

Braised short ribs, beef pho, crispy sweetbread, New York steak, chicken fricasse, bahn mi, and spring rolls

C$92 C$49

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Sharing Plates and Desserts for Two or Four at Lear Faye (Up to 40% Off)

Lear Faye

Commercial Drive

As live music or vinyls play in a room marked by wood and steel, diners enjoy Mediterranean–inspired sharing plates

C$30 C$19

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C$29 for C$50 Worth of Italian Food at Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Passionate chef plates refined twists on Italian traditions while diners sing along to nightly live music Thursday–Sunday

C$50 C$29

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Italian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at La Piazza Dario (Up to 52% Off)

La Piazza Dario

La Piazza Dario

Chef Claudio Ranallo prepares meaty entrees, pastas with rich sauces, and other Italian staples

C$50 C$25

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C$5 for C$10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt, Toppings, and Treats at Pinkberry

Pinkberry Canada

Pinkberry Canada

Refreshing premium frozen yogurt made with Canadian nonfat, hormone-free milk and crowned with daily fresh cut fruit and gourmet toppings.

C$10 C$5

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Afternoon Tea, Including Sandwiches, Scones, Tea & Desserts, for Two or Four at Capstone Tea & Fondue (55% Off)

Capstone Tea & Fondue

Downtown Vancouver

Little sandwiches and mini quiches accompany sweet treats and two types of scones as guests sip tea in this modern tea house

C$55.90 C$25

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  • Solly's Bagelry
    In March of 2014, Vancouver institution Solly?s Bagelry celebrated its 20th year of serving its signature Brooklyn-style bagels. In honor of the anniversary, we spoke with the founder and current owner Leah Markovitch about how she kept true to her grandmother's traditional recipes over the course of two decades. Bohemian Spirit Solly?s Bagelry exudes a homespun charm. Markovitch describes the delis as places where people could feel comfortable kicking off their shoes and relaxing. The antique furniture, mismatched sets of chairs, and soundtracks of old jazz and Jewish songs exemplify Solly?s Bagelry's laid-back and nostalgic spirit. What's Not To Like? Markovitch grew up baking and cooking alongside her grandmother, who taught her to create traditional Old-Country meals with simple but flavorful ingredients. When faced with an unfamiliar dish, Markovitch would ask her grandmother, "Will I like this?", and she invariably received the same response: "What's not to like?" Solly?s Bagelry continues to use many of Markovitch's grandmother's generations-old recipes today, making everything from challah to knishes from scratch. None of the dishes can be considered haute cuisine or upscale street foods, but they emphatically aren't meant to. Instead, Markovitch says that her grandmother's family recipes showcase the sort of flavors that can only come from rustic, traditional home cooking. "What's not to like?" now serves as a slogan at Solly?s Bagelry. The Bagels Taking inspiration from the Jewish delis of Brooklyn, Solly?s Bagelry boils and hand-rolls more than a dozen styles of bagels, which move straight from the deck ovens to the display cases. This style of bagel is famous for its texture, which is noticeably chewier than many deli or caf? bagels. Although they might seem different at first, Markovitch recommends trying one of these signature creations "if you want to taste tradition." Artistic License Markovitch recognizes how fortunate she is to have access to butter, chocolate, and other ingredients that would have been considered luxurious delicacies for past generations of Eastern Europeans. She uses these ingredients to add richer and heartier flavors to certain creations, and she even takes a bit of artistic license by creating inventive items, such as samosa knishes and chocolate matzah. However, she is quick to point out that, even when experimenting, Solly?s Bagelry never strays too far from the original recipes, and tradition is still the baseline. Some of the items' flavors may have changed a bit, but Markovitch says, "there's not too much that my grandmother would be surprised at."
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    368 W 7th Ave.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Maurya Indian Cuisine
    Weaving a tapestry of authentic subcontinental dishes, the chefs at Maurya Indian Cuisine incorporated ingredients from across India’s varied regions. The country’s street food vendors are represented by the toasted potato and pea-cake appetizers; Goa is represented by spicy chicken, lamb, or beef vindaloo; and the tastes of South India make an appearance in the coconut- and poppy seed–flavoured chettinad paste. The restaurant’s base sauce—a mix of five sauces— flavours hearty, shareable portions of lamb, chicken, fish, and goat. The bistro also keeps vegetarians sated with eats that include black lentils slow-cooked overnight and several styles of naan, including one that is equipped with WiFi. Food arrives with a choice of ambiance. One is the well-lit dining room decked out with long drapes suspended from a high ceiling. The other is served on the eatery’s patio, complete with its own chef who tends to the outdoor tandoor oven. Whether indoors or out, the staff maintains a high standard of professionalism, earning an array of positive press mentions, including Dine Out Vancouver's Best Bite award for service in 2010.
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    1643 W Broadway
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • La Belle Patate
    On his CTV News feature, La Belle Patate founder Mathieu Lott revealed he disdains the word "chef" and rather prefers his chosen title: Grease King. The name belies his and founder, as well as native Montrealer, Pascal Cormier's devotion to down-home cooking, a style that embraces the humble simmer of the deep-fryer over the fuss of candlelight, linens, and diamond-encrusted toothpicks. His poutine dishes inject three diner locations with classic Quebec flavour, layering hand-cut, double-cooked french fries with cheese curds and a ladle of vegetarian brown sauce. At his original venue in Victoria, Mathieu and his staff put on a sensory show for guests at all stages of their poutine prep. Once the potatoes have tumbled in an antique peeler, they are sliced in view of the tables, then cooked twice in bubbling oil. Each of the three locations attests that its never-frozen cheese curds squeak when chewed, a noise that indicates their quality and desire to be heard. The poutine menu covers creative takes on the traditional curds-and-sauce staple, including an egg-laden breakfast poutine and a Meat Lover poutine with beef, bacon, and pepperoni. The kitchen also crafts handmade burgers, Montreal smoked-meat sandwiches, and steamed hot dogs to accompany the potato mainstay.
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    1215 Davie Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Subeez
    Subeez’s team of chefs—champions of contemporary fare infused with eclectic twists—whip up familiar-yet-unique noshes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Amid an open kitchen looking on to the warmly lit dining room, culinary gurus chop and stir for an audience of eaters as they architect dishes featuring mouthwatering ingredients such as watermelon-jalapeno coulis, house-cured duck leg, and foccacia bread fresh from the oven. Alongside hearty steak frites and lamb shanks, a host of meatless fare dapples the menu and exemplifies the kitchen’s dedication to pleasing the palates of vegans, vegetarians, and visiting apatosauruses. Dexterous bar tenders concoct artful libations before launching them down the sleek wooden bar, and baristas specializing in the art of bean brewing send mugs of perfectly percolated coffee out to tables. Intent on fostering a welcoming atmosphere, attentive servers continually wend and soft-shoe through the dining room’s intimate booths and tables to ensure that each patron remains sated and free from stomach growls. To further enhance the restaurant’s sense of youthful, eclectic energy, a lineup of DJs holds court in-house on Thursday through Sunday evenings spinning sonic webs of R&B, funk, and dubstep.
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    891 Homer Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Qoola Yogurt + Fruit
    One million probiotic cultures per gram sounds like a lot. That's the amount of the healthful stuff you'll ingest when eating frozen yogurt made from powdered mix. But when eating fro-yo made from fresh yogurt, as it's made at Qoola Frozen Yogurt Bar, you'll be consuming as many as 700 million probiotic cultures per gram. It's an astonishing increase, one that's complemented by other conscientious methods: Most of Qoola's products are fat-free, gluten-free, and certified kosher. Qoola's low-calorie concoctions helps patrons feel better about indulging a bit at the toppings bar, where they can opt for lighter scoops of fresh fruit and flax seeds, or go all-out with crumbled candy bars and chocolate sauce. As committed to the health of the planet as it is to the health of its customers, Qoola uses biodegradable, compostable, and recyclable containers and utensils, and keeps its facility bright and sparkling with energy-efficient lighting and natural cleaning supplies. Qoola also proudly gives back to the community by supporting a number of charitable organizations.
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    1116 Denman St
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Primo's Mexican Grill
    Primo's Mexican Grill—one of Vancouver’s oldest Mexican restaurants—bustles with chefs whipping up hearty platefuls of authentic Mexican fare forged from family recipes. Patrons dine surrounded by rust-red walls dappled with 50 years worth of old photos snapped since the restaurant’s founding in 1959 by former B.C. Lion Primo Villanueva. Under the helm of Joel and Jensen, the third generation of Villanuevas to preside over the lively kitchen, culinary wizards architect zing-infused eats using mouthwatering ingredients including fresh mango, San Francisco Bay shrimp, and fresh pico de gallo salsa. The lunch and dinner menus brim with traditional dishes including fajitas and quesadillas alongside modern tapas dishes that encourage patrons to exercise their kindergarten-taught sharing skills or squirrel-taught hoarding skills. To further bolster the restaurant’s casual south-of-the-border atmosphere, eaters break bread in a dining room replete with decor including a leaping faux swordfish and a painted bison skull. A fleet of high-definition TVs perch above the bar, transmitting sports games for the grateful eyes of attentive customers.
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    1509 West 12th Avenue
    Vancouver, BC CA
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