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Kid Friendly Restaurants in Vancouver?

Nradick Jul 28, 2006 12:37 AM

I'm visiting Vancouver in late August for 5 nights and was wondering if anybody had any family friendly suggestions? Thanks much in advance.

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  1. Sam Salmon RE: Nradick Jul 28, 2006 04:18 AM

    Any Chinese or Japanese place is genearlly kid friendly.

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      JWh RE: Nradick Jul 29, 2006 02:08 AM

      Depends on what type of food you are looking for and how much you want to spend??

      Most of the places in Vancouver are kid friendly. If you can provide more information on what you are looking for you might get more feedback.

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        shazzer65 RE: Nradick Jul 29, 2006 05:14 AM

        There are lots of kid friendly restaurants.......just stay away from Earls!!!! (they recently took away all of their highchairs and booster seats in Vancouver restaurants...)

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          Nradick RE: Nradick Jul 29, 2006 03:31 PM

          Thanks for your help so far. I am really interested in any type of food (good, of course). Although cost isn't really the issue, I doubt that any of the higher end expensive restaurants, or their patrons, want kids there. We have a reasonably well-behaved 2 year old, so a place that isn't too quiet, and has high chairs or booster seats, and maybe even a kids menu (although that's not necessary) and a festive atmosphere would be great.

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            shazzer65 RE: Nradick Aug 8, 2006 05:13 AM

            My two year old loves many Asian restaurants (lots of great ones to pick from) as well as Tomato Fresh Food Cafe (Cambie and 17th), Seb's (East Broadway), Burgoo (up on 10th near UBC). What area of Vancouver will you be staying?

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              averill RE: Nradick Aug 9, 2006 03:49 AM

              The Galley at the Jericho Sailing Club has high chairs and a kids menu and ice cream cones. The food is only OK but the view the best in the city and kids can play on the beach before and after, watch fishing on the pier, and look for bunnies in the bushes. Lots of watersport activity too. Parents can have beer/wine/burgers/salads.

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