New Vancouver Restaurants Opened in March 2017

jam jar, south granville


Andina Brewing [Grandview-Woodland] The highly-anticipated brewery at 1507 Powell Street is capturing attention for its brightly-coloured yellow exterior, and carefully crafted South American-inspired beer, as well as the eight varieties of rotating ceviche on the menu. [DailyHive]

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Back & Forth Bar [Gastown] is Vancouver’s first Ping-Pong Bar at 303 Columbia Street is looking to fill a void in the city’s nightlife scene that currently sees little middle-ground between bars and restaurants and full-fledged nightclubs and pubs.[Straight]

Chilies Thai Cuisine [Surrey]  has opened its doors of their 2nd location at 101-8077 King George Blvd, Surrey. A family-owned and operated Thai cuisine restaurant, they opened their first location in Chilliwack in 2008. [Vancouver Foodster]

Incognito Coffee [Downtown] is famil owned and located at 823 Granville, bringing a piece of Europe to Vancouver by introducing to their unique menu to the locals. [Vancouver Foodster]

Jamjar [South Granville], the popular Lebanese eatery is opening a second location in the original Rangoli location at1488 West 11th Avenue in South Granville. [Scout]

Prado Cafe [Kitsilano] is Vancouver coffee legend Sammy Picolo‘s newest location, taking over the former location of Cafe Bica at 1809 Fir Street.  []

Roy’s Indian Restaurant [Tsawassen] is located at #200 – 1179 56 Street, Tsawassen. They are offering the locals their own fine dining approach to Indian cuisine.  [Vancouver Foodster]

Say Hey Cafe [Chinatown] is located 156 East Pender Street. The 16-seat sandwich shop is inspired by the no frills hoagie joints of New York City and Philadelphia. [Scout]

jam jar, south granville

jam jar, south granville

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