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    The Parlour

    The Parlour is a quaint and stylish Pizza locale for a lunch date or night out with friends.

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    The New Oxford

    A nod to both the University of Oxford and British sporting culture, the New Oxford sits proudly on the edge of Yaletown, an ideal addition to Vancouver’s notoriously trendy neighbourhood. The room runs the width of the entire city block, and reveals rustic gray millwork, classic pub-style furniture and black & white photos with a pop art treatment. A 50-foot-long cantilevered bar serves as the room’s centrepiece, and leads visitors into a ‘study’ area, complete with taxidermy, original-print hardcover books, vintage sporting gear and comfortable seating. Open seven days a week, the New Oxford serves original and classic cocktails, craft beer and local, organic pub fare, with a busy brunch weekends and holidays.

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    The Narrow Lounge

    First time visitors might find the Narrow a little hard to find but trust me: there’s a bar there! Open the unassuming lower level door and you’ll find a quaint and narrow lounge with bar and small intimate tables. Food is available and occasionally djs play sets while you dine.

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    The Lamplighter Public House

    The Lamplighter in the funky gastown area of Vancouver is a very large restaurant and sports bar. It’s an obvious place to head to if you are looking to watch the game or hit the dance floor on a Friday or Saturday night. On tuesdays they host a long-time and popular trivia night!

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    The Irish Heather

    The Irish Heather is a favourite “go to” Irish bar in gastown. Their menu serves up quality comfort food and you know there is a lot of beer on tap!

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    The Fountainhead Pub

    Located at the corner of Davie and Burrard Streets, “The Head” is the gateway to the city’s Davie Village, welcoming regulars and international visitors alike, seven days a week. The kitchen serves straight-up pub grub at lunch, dinner, late night and weekend brunch, but most folks come in for a “Regular J” bacon and mushroom […]

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    The Flying Pig - Yaletown

    The Flying Pig refers to their restaurant as a “nouveau Canadian Bistro”… offering a simple, seasonally inspired menu with fresh, local ingredients at a great value. Now with 3 locations around Vancouver, the Flying Pig has made a name for itself in the local restaurant scene. Typically a very busy spot for lunch and dinner, you’ll feel like you are among the trendy in Vancouver’s foodie scene.

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    The Flying Pig - Olympic Village

    The Flying Pig refers to their restaurant as a “nouveau Canadian Bistro”… offering a simple, seasonally inspired menu with fresh, local ingredients at a great value. Now with 3 locations around Vancouver, the Flying Pig has made a name for itself in the local restaurant scene. Typically a very busy spot for lunch and dinner, you’ll feel like you are among the trendy in Vancouver’s foodie scene.

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    The Flying Pig - Gastown

    The Flying Pig refers to their restaurant as a “nouveau Canadian Bistro”… offering a simple, seasonally inspired menu with fresh, local ingredients at a great value. Now with 3 locations around Vancouver, the Flying Pig has made a name for itself in the local restaurant scene. Typically a very busy spot for lunch and dinner, you’ll feel like you are among the trendy in Vancouver’s foodie scene.

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    The Five Point Pub

    The Five Point with it’s prime location, open patio and relaxed atmosphere is a Main street staple. The Five point is open 7 days a week from 11:30am to 1am serving up pub classics and a choice of cocktail, beer or wine. On weekends, they have brunch until 3pm. Wednesdays Trivia starts at 8pm