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Dec 7, 2008 09:01 AM

What do do with teens on new years eve in Vancouver?

I just dont have a clue!

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    1. re: waylman

      Bahaha. I was going to say the same thing. In all seriousness, why are you differentiating between teens and yourselves. If you can't bring the kids with you, why not just leave them at home?

      1. re: peter.v

        Well because they are visiting from Toronto (family) for a few days so we want to do something together. Most restaurants are offering special menus for the evening. We just want a good fun place to dine.

        1. re: foodsnobz

          Vancouver has a dearth of family-friendly NYE events, IMO. Bangkok's rec of dinner then Robson St for the countdown is probably it....assuming the weather cooperates.

          Try to get yourselves invited to a house party. :-)

          1. re: fmed

            I think we're going to try to find a nice dinner joint that doesn't have a set new years menu. If that's possible!

    2. Dinner then hit Robson Street for the countdown

      1. Hamilton Street Grill is having a "Six for Sixty" NYE deal. Six courses, Six wines for sixty dollars. Then a wander to Robson street from Yaletown.

        1. The Transcontinental is also doing a fixed 4 course dinner but the price seems reasonable for $45.