New Vancouver Restaurants Opened in August 2017

new vancouver restaurants august

Cantina Pana [Dunbar] is serving tacos and other Mexican bites at 3625 W 29th Ave. [Vancouver Foodster]

Chancho Tortilleria  [Downtown]  The crews behind the Nuba and Fayuca have joined forces to deliver an authentic Mexican tortilleria at 1206 Seymour Street,  a 15-seat, 750 sqft operation anchored by a gas-electric “Lenin” brand tortilla machine churning out the good stuff at a rapid rate. [Scout]

Chi Men [West End] is a new noodle shop at 1120 Denman Street,  right outside the ramen district concentrated at Robson and Denman, specializing noodle and other dishes from East Asia. [Straight]

Chi Men

Chi Men

Earnest Ice Cream [Grandview-Woodland] is located at 1485 Francis Street, the 3rd location of the chainlet, which has been making small batch ice cream made in East Van since 2012. [Vancouver Foodster]

Earnest Ice Cream [Mount Pleasant] has opened doors at 127 West 1st Ave, the 4th location of the chainlet, which has been making small batch ice cream made in East Van since 2012. [Vancouver Foodster]

Festal Paleo Cafe [Downtown] is located at 433 Granville Street, serving healthy and nutritious meals, made with clean conscious ingredients. Everything is gluten, grain, dairy, soy, sugar, and GMO-free. The meat here is also grass-fed and organic. [DailyHive]

Johnny Rockets [Downtown] is located at 755 Nelson Street, the very first location in Vancouver from the Californa-based burger chain. They have planned to open 3 locations in BC in 2017, with 2 of them in Victoria. The restaurant serves American-style hamburgers (with unfrozen fresh beef), chicken sandwiches, fries, salads, shakes, malts, and more. [Straight]

L’atelier Patisserie [Mount Pleasant] has opened doors at 260 East 5th Avenue, owned by pastry chef, Franck Buiron, born in South of France and believing that “pastry is not a job, it’s a passion!” [Vancouver Foodster]

La Glace Ice Cream [Kitsilano] has opened its doors at 2785 West 16th Avenue. The romantic French ice cream parlour is founded by pastry chef Mark Tagulao.  [Foodgressing]

Mariner Brewing  [Coquilam] can be found at Unit H – 1100 Lansdowne Dr., Coquitlam, and it’s Coquitlam’s very first craft brewery. “Our taproom will have the seating for 45 and feature a growler fill station and a grab-n-go cooler. We will have a West Coast inspired canteen that will serve a lineup of gourmet hot dogs, charcuterie platters, and sharable snacks.” – Lauren Ang, General Manager. [DailyHive]

NamNam Restaurant  [Riley Park] has opened doors serving Filipino dishes at 4191 Main Street. [Vancouver Foodster]

Old Beijing Roast Duck [Fairview] is the newest Chinese fine-dining restaurant in town, located at 1643 West Broadway. The dining establishment is originally from Beijing, and has been operating three restaurants in Shanghai and Xi’an since 1997. This will be the roast duck chain’s first location in North America. [Straight]

Pink Sushi [West End]  is located at 903 Denman Street, in a former Flight Centre location, where you can find sushi burritos and “cup sushi”, or sushi served in a small bowl or container. [Straight]

Polito’s Latin Cafe [Coquitlam] is a family style Mexican restaurant at 942 Westwood St, Coquitlam. Check out their Taco and Taquito Tuesday. [Vancouver Foodster]

Tacofino Oasis [Downtown] is the fourth Vancouver location of the restaurant and it is inside the Bentall One building at 1050 West Pender Street, in the heart of the city’s financial district. The 1,350-square-foot counter service eatery will feature 30 seats in its dining room, with an additional 10 seats on its patio. Downtown workers will be able to easily grab some tacos or burritos during lunch , or enjoy a drink on its patio [Straight]

tacofino oasis

tacofino oasis – photo by @instanomss

Tapatio Mexican Cafe & Bar [Kitsilano] has opened its doors at 2698 West 4th Avenue serving, serving Mexican cuisine. [Vancouver Foodster]

The PokéMan [Point Grey] has opened doors at 3735 West 10th Avenue. Another addition to the great collection of poke spots in the city, it also a Kakigori cafe that serves Japanese shaved ice desserts. [Vancouver Foodster]

The Ramenman [Downtown]. Owner Juno Okamura has closed Juno and opened the 2nd Ramenman at Juno’s location at 572 Davie Street. The 700 square-foot space will seat up to 25 people at tables and a bar. [Straight]

Viet House [Riley Park] has opened its doors at 3420 Cambie Street, serving traditional Vietnamese dishes, including “Banh mi” with BBQ chicken, the shredded chicken soup with vermicelli, and the beef stew soup with rice noodles combo. [Vancouver Foodster]


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