With your kitchen's pots and pans inhabited by the evil spirits of dead pots and pans, cooking at home has become both time consuming and spooky. Get quality cuisine without interference from crazed kitchenware with today's Groupon: for $8, you get $18 worth of comfort food and drinks at The Wallflower Modern Diner, located on Main Street.
The Wallflower offers health-conscious foodies a contemporary take on classic diner grub with a newly developed menu marked by vegetarian-, vegan-, and celiac-friendly victuals. Stir awake your stomach from a hungry hibernation with an appetizer such as poutine ($9), hummus and eggplant dip ($9), or Yorkshire puddings ($10) packed with roast beef. Or, hold out for one of The Wallflower's burgers, such as the thousand-island-dressed Ordinary burger ($11) or the Portobello burger ($11); all burgers and sandwiches are served with fries, greens, or a Caesar salad and offer options for veggie-burger patties and gluten-free buns. The Wallflower's entrees traverse the terrain of tabletop traditions—the Mac 'n Cheesey ($11) uses vegan cheddar in its nest of noodles, and the Meatloaf Wellington ($15) pairs its meatness with a puff pastry, vegetables, and mashed potatoes. Other entrees include fried chicken ($14) and a tomato-basil quesadilla ($12). Barons of breakfast will find food-filled satisfaction in the diner's brunch menu, with omelettes ($7) and crab-cake benedicts ($12) making appetizing appearances.
Owned and operated by wife-and-husband team Lisa and Matt, The Wallflower has been hosting Vancouver's vittles-vultures since January 2009. Each month, the diner hosts a local artist's works, giving customers' eyes something to chew on while mouths are busy with meals.
- My sample of the potatoes verified that they were super tasty. Some friends with a sweet tooth ordered the apple pie which was a whole apple, surrounded by crust and ice cream on top. They are labelling it as one of the best apple pies that they have ever had. – Matt, Vancouver Slop
- Good food and pleasant service. We enjoyed our omelettes. Food tasted fresh and bread used for toast was eceptional [sic] on the day we went. Our 7 year old approves too. – Teddy B, Urbanspoon
2420 Main St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 3E2Get Directions