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This bar hidden up a staircase in Campagnolo has a small menu and lots of obscure wines and cocktails.
The Alibi Room in Railtown is a beer bar in a huge warehouse, and is where you can try out pours from local breweries.
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.
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.
Keefer Bar is one of the best and strangest bars in all of Canada, with an apothecary theme and a complex cocktail list.
Meet is an entirely vegan place in Mount Pleasant that's open late on the weekends and has a reverse Happy Hour.
Savio Volpe in the Fraserhood, with its Italian food and impressive drinks list is as couple-friendly as it is family-friendly.
If you want ramen in Vancouver, head to Marutama where you can customize your bowl.
Annalena is an upscale Pacific Northwest spot in Kitsilano with fantastic food and a lot of vinyl toy bars all around the restaurant.
Whether you come to La Mezcaleria in Commercial Drive for the mezcal cocktails or the Mexican food, you'll leave happy.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.