For nearly a quarter of a century, Oliver Twist Pub has provisioned patrons with to-go and bar-side libations alongside feasts of eclectic pub fare. Inside the welcoming two-storey pub or on the open-air patio, patrons sup on hearty burgers, steak, and seafood, or pastas and rice bowls inspired by cuisines from around the world, washing down meals with frosty brews on tap. As the Canucks complete blind passes and flawless toe loops and football and baseball players battle it out on the nine HDTVs, the air buzzes with the excitement of nighttime activities ranging from karaoke and DJ sets to poker tournaments and music bingo.
Oliver Twist’s attached liquor store equips on-the-go customers with a full range of lottery prizes, wines, liquors, and a walk-in chilled beer cave that mimics the Neanderthal frozen brew palaces of the Ice Age.
Bar Hop Whistler provides partiers with a different type of bar hop: locals help tour-goers connect with Whistler's nightlife by going to some of the best bars and clubs in town. All preferences are covered; drink tickets can be used toward domestic beer, house wine, house spirits, and hi-balls across five different bars. Darts, pool, and limbo provide participants with the chance to win some extra drinks, and VIP treatment allows all bar hoppers to skip long lines and avoid expensive covers. Even on the busiest nights of the year. To pick everyone up, freshly-made food is ordered for each group and partiers get to chow down on a collection of bar snacks. To capture it all, a photographer hops along with the revelers and creates memories that can be downloaded.
Marine Pub & Brewhouse, under new management and newly renovated, still retains much of its old charm. Out on the wooden deck at Marine Pub & Brewhouse, clusters of tables under big umbrellas lend an at-home, backyard feel for those enjoying drinks and eats on the patio. Inside, you can enjoy the same food while soaking in the sun pouring in from the skylight. Aside from the bright, airy vibe inside and out, the brewhouse also offers a extensive menu of pub food of burgers, sandwiches, and wraps. You can can also opt for italian pastas, new york steaks, and specialty pizzas. The in-house brewery ensures that there’s always a freshly brewed beer to wash down meals.
For good eats and good times in Burnaby, dine at Galchae Karaoke.
For some fresh air during the non-winter months, dine outside on Galchae Karaoke's patio.
Dine with fellow dancing machines — the restaurant is stocked with a lively, open floor.
Between the music and the crowds, Galchae Karaoke's noise levels can be intense.
The restaurant can get tied up on the weekends, so allow yourself time to wait for a table.
Driving to Galchae Karaoke? Check out the nearby parking selections and park with ease.
Passing through New Westminster with a long drive ahead? Get some rest and a satisfying meal at Met Bar & Grill in New Westminster.
Weather permitting, come enjoy a wonderful meal outside at Met Bar & Grill.
Skip the hassle of hauling your luggage around and make use of the ample parking nearby.
Switch up your routine vacation spot and opt to stay at Met Bar & Grill in New Westminster for a new and refreshing vacation experience.
Lamb sliders slathered in Guinness mustard and cured-ham-stuffed chicken served with a wild-mushroom whisky cream are just two of the Irish pub dishes served up at St. James's Well. From 11 a.m. to midnight seven days a week, patrons can lounge on wooden chairs, absorbing the homey pub atmosphere as they watch Vancouver Canucks and BC Lions games. Alternatively, groups can gather on the outdoor patio to drink Guinness while looking up at the sun as it sinks toward its nightly collision with the moon. St. James's also hosts live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night.