Things to Eat in Vancouver
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As you may know, the Eat! festival in Vancouver starts today (May 24, 25 and 26); it takes place in BC Place, and you can buy tickets here (Admission is $14 on-line, and $16 at the gates).
Patrick Stewart, Matthew Broderick and Peter Jackson in 2010 look-alikes took on Vancouver Magazine’s article about Things To Eat in Vancouver and ate them all in 1 day (14 hours, to be more precise). And while I do not personally agree with all the entries, I can only envy these dudes for being able to pull a journey like that. Please take me with you the next time.
(NB1: I bolded places that I think are definitely worth to be visited)
(NB2: The places are listed in the order they were visited in the video)
1. Cadeaux Bakery
2. 49th Parallel Roasters
4. Chocolate Arts
5. Pete’s Meat
6. Sofra Kitchen – This Pide looks incredible :pig:
7. Suika Snack Bar
8. Pirate Joe’s – a strange place, judging by the website.
9. Cactus Club on Beach Avenue
10. Gourmet Warehouse
11. Woodland Smokehouse
12. Tacofino – they visited the store, but according to the website it seems there also is a foodtruck, so you can you can use this awesome tool to locate it.
13. Black Rook Bakehouse
14. Marche St. George – not sure how good the food is, but the place itself looks really cool.
15. The Oakwood – even though poutine originated from Canada (Quebec, to be exact), it is very hard to find a place that serves good poutine in Vancouver.
16. Fable Kitchen
17. Nine Dishes – the only place that does not have it’s own website, so I used the Urban Spoon page link. Not quite sure why the place was even listed (the image of location and Google+ reviews are pretty discouraging), but the guides seemed to have enjoyed it.
18. The Cascade
19. The Union
Please comment if you have visited any of these places – I’d love to know what you think of them; and if you have anything else to add – please do!