Restaurants in Vancouver

$15 for $30 Worth of Upscale Northwest Comfort Food at Willem's On Main

Willem's On Main

Downtown Vancouver

$30 $15

Chef Paul Klitsie brings European cooking techniques to local flavors such as rockfish, Draper Valley chicken, or Mt. Shadow Meats pork loin

Upscale Food and Drinks at Main Event Sports Grill (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Main Event Sports Grill

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

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Grab some quick buffalo chicken sliders during a business lunch or settle in during dinner with a beer and peanut-butter burger with bacon

$35 for a Tasting Plate and $50 Worth of Wine for Two at Vinotopia ($75 Value)

Vinotopia Restaurant & Winebar

Mill Plain 8

$75 $35

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Premium wines from the eatery's selection, which won Wine Spectator Best Award of Excellence, pair with a chef's tasting plate

$17.95 for Two All-You-Can-Eat Mongolian Dinners with Two Drinks at Yummy Mongolian BBQ ($27.70 Value)

Yummy Mongolian BBQ

Vancouver

$27.70 $17.95

Fill up your plate with as many Mongolian BBQ meats, veggies, and sauces as you like, then watch as chefs cook meals before your eyes

$12.50 for $25 Worth of Japanese Teppanyaki Dinner Cuisine and Drinks at Osaka House

Osaka House

Fisher's Village

$25 $12.50

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Chefs at teppanyaki tables dazzle patrons as they flip shrimp and sizzle chicken over flames

$12 for $20 Worth of Chinese Food at Taste of Sichuan

Taste of Sichuan

Vancouver - Fisher's Landing

$20 $12

Sichuan cuisine includes customer favorites such as tea-smoked duck, green-onion pancakes, and crispy walnut prawns

Chinese Food at Taste of China (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Taste of China

Vancouver

$20 $10

Tender Szechuan beef and fiery kung pao tofu, join a menu of made-to-order Chinese specialties and seasonal rarities

$11 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Toward Any Drink or Pastry at Cupidone Coffee House ($20 Value)

Cupidone Coffee House

Vancouver

$5 $2.75

Baristas brew hand-crafted espresso drinks using coffee beans from Ristretto Roasters and serve pastries from Pearl Bakery

$11 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Hand-Crafted Coffee Drinks at Pines Coffee ($20 Total Value)

Pines Coffee

Vancouver

$5 $2.75

Coffee roasted by with disabilities at local Portland roaster Happy Cup Coffee; soy, coconut, almond, and Breve milks are free of charge

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Though many people may have tasted some of the flavors native to southern China's Sichuan province, few have sampled the region's vast array of unique cuisine. After successfully opening Taste of Sichuan Beaverton, Taste of Sichuan was unveiled in Vancouver to present their wide range of authentic Sichuan cuisine, where chefs make not only the region's well-known dishes, but also the dishes that only travelers or Willy Wonka's taste-testers usually get to experience.

The chefs name this eclectic portion of their menu the Wild Side, which includes dishes ranging from mung-bean jelly in a garlic-accented chili sauce to pickled chili-pepper frogs. Because many diners may be unfamiliar with some of these dishes, the chefs have designed the menu to delineate which options are fan favorites and which include fiery hot Sichuan peppers.

1825 SE 164th Ave Ste 110
Vancouver,
WA
US

Pizza Schmizza Salmon Creek offers its signature pizzas by the slice or as whole pies. Mexican-style roasted chicken and pasta tops the Yucateco Garlic Noodle pizza, and the Foo Foo's marinated artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta are ideal for bopping dining companions on the head. The menu also includes steak-strip alfredo, the "Caesar Schmaesar" salad, and other hearty entrees, as well as drinks from a fully stocked beer cooler and 12 microbrews on tap, such as Ninkasi Brewery varieties. Kids' drinks include 84 old-school favorites such as Pop Shoppe sodas, Bubble Up, and Virgil's root beer. In between bites, diners can turn their attention to televisions broadcasting the NFL Sunday lineup and other popular programs, such as the emergency broadcast test.

910 NE Tenney Rd, Ste B119
Vancouver,
WA
US

Originally opened as the Top Hat Drive-In in 1953, Sonic has grown into a burger-franchise mecca that today operates out of 3,500 locations across the country, making it the nation’s largest chain of drive-in restaurants. Sonic specializes in made-to-order American classics—including burgers, hot dogs, milk shakes, and marshmallow Ford Thunderbolts—which customers order and receive without ever having to leave their cars. Unique menu items include toaster sandwiches stacked on thick slices of texas toast, as well as the brand’s signature tots and fresh limeades.

Sonic’s numerous awards include a 2011 Zagat survey ranking it among the top five fast-food restaurants in three categories: Best Value Menu, Best Milk Shake, and Best Drive-Thru. The benevolent eatery has also donated more than $2 million to public schools throughout the country through their program Limeades for Learning, which helps to fund educational projects and retirement plans for classroom guinea pigs.

850 SE 192nd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

Pow Pow Wings, a casual sports bar written up in The Columbian and Clark College's The Independent, serves up 13 styles of wings and 10 sauces. A raspberry-chipotle sauce was recommended by The Columbian, whereas the ghost pepper-infused Super Pow was reported to create "an inferno on the palate" by The Independent. Pow Pow Wings also grills burgers that can be doused in any wing sauce or topped with a stack of fried-mozzarella sticks. A full bar supplies beer, soft drinks, and other libations, and pinball machines and foosball distracts patrons from shouting curses in Esperanto at the sportsmen on TV.

5930 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver,
WA
US

The giant circular grill can be seen from almost anywhere inside the restaurant. Yummy Mongolian BBQ's chefs stand around it waiting to stir-fry the custom creations their diners assemble from a long buffet brimming with colorful veggies, noodles, and meats. Guests pile their selected ingredients into a nearly endless number of combinations before ladling on freshly made sauces and waving goodbye as their plates are carted off for cooking. Additionally, a full appetizer bar warms midsections like an electric fanny pack with bubbling soups, chicken fried rice, and honey chicken wings.

316 SE 123rd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

A platoon of self-serve yogurt dispensers gleams along the walls of Lachelle’s Frozen Yogurt, each waiting to dispatch a different velvety flavor into the shop’s giant pink cups. Swirls come in both traditional varieties—Dutch chocolate, alpine vanilla—and unique flavors, such as hawaiian pineapple and Mounds. To complement the mountains of yogurt, Lachelle's offers a selection of toppings that, like the Indy Five Million, is seemingly endless, comprising more than 100 treats from fresh fruit to hot apple-pie filling.

221 NE 104th Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US