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Shop South Granville Shopping, Vancouver

South Granville, which runs from Granville Bridge toward 16th Avenue, bordering the prestigious Shaughnessy neighborhood, is also known as Gallery Row.... more

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West Restaurant & Bar
Eating West Restaurant & Bar, Vancouver

West's menu changes with the seasons to highlight the finest sustainable ingredients the West Coast has to offer. Chef Quang Dang's contemporary interpretation... more

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Eating Rangoli Grill, Vancouver

Gregarious owner Vikram Vij and wife Meeru are best known for their fabulous, dinner-only, reservations-not-accepted Vij's restaurant. By all means try to... more

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Eating Tojo's, Vancouver

Hands-down the best sushi restaurant in Vancouver, Tojo's (named for owner/chef Hidekazu Tojo, known here as "Tojo-san") occupies a misleadingly... more

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The Sandbar
Eating The Sandbar, Vancouver

The place to be at the Sandbar, a boisterous 300-seat Granville Island seafood spot, is the rooftop patio. Literally tucked beneath the Granville Bridge, it has... more

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Eating Lift Bar & Grill, Vancouver

Set right on the downtown seawall, super-modern Lift has the best views in the city through its enormous walls of glass (which prop open like French doors in... more

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Eating Japa Dog, Vancouver

Forget the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. If any place deserves to toot its hot-dog horn, it's this one-of-a-kind Japanese hot dog stand perched at the corner of... more

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Eating Imperial Chinese Seafood Restaurant, Vancouver

Despite a mostly non-Chinese clientele, the Imperial serves the most authentic Cantonese in the city with flawless execution. A regiment of full-time dim sum... more

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Eating Hapa Izakaya, Vancouver

The first thing you hear on entering Hapa is a boisterous welcome cry from the staff at this contemporary izakaya (a traditional Japanese pub serving delicious... more

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Go Fish!
Eating Go Fish!, Vancouver

Come early to score a table for lunch on the deck at Go Fish!, a humble seafood hut tucked into False Creek Fisherman's Wharf, where you can watch the daily... more

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Chambar Belgian Restaurant
Eating Chambar Belgian Restaurant, Vancouver

Belgian-inspired and perpetually packed with hip, youngish locals, Chambar has the feel of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. The dimly lit lounge area, with its... more

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Eating Cactus Club Café, Vancouver

Vancouver's superstar Iron Chef Rob Feenie had a dustup with his business partner and was locked out of his West Side restaurants, Lumière and Feenie's, in... more

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Eating C, Vancouver

Super-slick C (a play on "sea") is dramatically designed, with a mezzanine level overlooking a white-on-white main dining room, theater-style spotlights, and... more

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Eating Bishop's, Vancouver

A longtime proponent of seasonal, local cuisine, chef John Bishop opened his namesake restaurant in 1985, and it's been a Vancouver institution ever since. The... more

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Stanley Park
See + Do Stanley Park, Vancouver

Described as a "1,000-acre therapeutic couch" of majestic evergreens, formal gardens, hiking trails, and kids' activities, Stanley Park is the third largest... more

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Museum of Anthropology
See + Do Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver

You'll see a whole lot of totem poles while you're in Vancouver; they're the most striking evidence of the First Nations Indian population living in the area.... more

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Granville Island
See + Do Granville Island, Vancouver

Mini-ferries called "aquabuses" take you from one of several downtown stops (including Yaletown at Davie Street and the southern end of Hornby Street) to this... more

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Bard on the Beach
See + Do Bard on the Beach, Vancouver

This annual June-September festival of Shakespeare en plein air—or in open tents, anyhow—has a backdrop no set designer could compete with: a... more

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Shop Asia West District, Vancouver

A visit to Richmond's Asia West district is an experience that's unique in North America. The malls here sprang up along a stretch of No. 3 Road in the... more

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Capilano Suspension Bridge
See + Do Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

This 450-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, which gently (terrifyingly?) sways 230 feet above the tree-lined Capilano River Canyon, is the world's longest.... more

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