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Upstairs at Campagnolo

This bar hidden up a staircase in Campagnolo has a small menu and lots of obscure wines and cocktails.

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Alibi Room

The Alibi Room in Railtown is a beer bar in a huge warehouse, and is where you can try out pours from local breweries.

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Grapes & Soda

Grapes and Soda is a great spot for a glass of natural wine while you wait for your table at a restaurant nearby, but it's worth coming to on its own.

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The Shameful Tiki Room

This tropical island of a bar is where you go to drink things on fire with six shots of rum in them with a whole group of friends.

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Keefer Bar

Keefer Bar is one of the best and strangest bars in all of Canada, with an apothecary theme and a complex cocktail list.

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Meet is an entirely vegan place in Mount Pleasant that's open late on the weekends and has a reverse Happy Hour.

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Osteria Savio Volpe

Savio Volpe in the Fraserhood, with its Italian food and impressive drinks list is as couple-friendly as it is family-friendly.

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Annalena is an upscale Pacific Northwest spot in Kitsilano with fantastic food and a lot of vinyl toy bars all around the restaurant.

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Marutama Ra-men

If you want ramen in Vancouver, head to Marutama where you can customize your bowl.

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La Mezcaleria

Whether you come to La Mezcaleria in Commercial Drive for the mezcal cocktails or the Mexican food, you'll leave happy.

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The Fish Counter

You could come to The Fish Counter in Mount Pleasant just to talk to the passionate owners about sustainable fish, but don't leave without a fish taco

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Les Faux Bourgeois

Le Faux Bourgeois is a classic French bistro where you won't have to wait long for a table to eat steak frites and escargot.

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Sardine Can

This tiny plae in Gastown serves the best tapas in the city and lots of food out of cans, along with an impressive selection of Spanish wines.

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Toshi Sushi

You're going to wait for a table at Toshi in Mount Pleasant partly because it's tiny, but mostly because the Japanese food is really good.

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The Arbor

The Arbor is a vegetarian restaurant on Main St. where you can walk right in and eat sandwiches, pizzas, and salads - try and get a seat on the patio.

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Bring a small group to Pidgin in Gastown to share some of the most creative food you'll find in the city.

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St Lawrence Restaurant

You'll find the best Québécois food in Vancouver at St Lawrence, bring a date or one other friend and eat a lot of crazy rich food.

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Bao Bei

From the same people as Kissa Tanto, Bao Bei is another must-visit spot, though it's more casual and the food is creative Chinese.

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Kissa Tanto

Kissa Tanto is one of the hardest reservations to get, but it's well worth whatever you have to do to get one to eat the Japanese - Italian food.

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You can usually sit down right away at Vij's, an Indian restaurant on Cambie St. that serves traditional dishes as well as some creative twists.