Restaurants with Great views in Vancouver
I'm looking to spend a lot of time eating on my next trip to Vancouver with my husband and I've decided that I want a nice view while I eat (other than my darling husband of course.) I've read a bit about Seasons at Queen Elizabeth Park and the menu looks fine. Does anyone have any experience there or with any other place that has great views?
Thanks so much :)
For food fraiche, lift, C's.
Though none were worthy of a return last i was there.
Seasons in the park has appointed Dennis Peckham.
For view cactus club looks like has the market corner.
Bear in mind, not all seat in this resto have a great view. Suggest making a reso.
If given a choice I'd try lift again.
I would scout around Coal Harbour (eg Lift, Carderos) downtown or in Granville Island (eg Sandbar) for the best views. Lift is particularly interesting as well-regarded Chef Jefferson Alvarez recently joined that group. (I enjoyed his cooking at Divino (in my 'hood) and at Fraiche.)
Horizons on Burnaby Mountain:
Sooke Harbour House (Sooke, Vancouver Island):
The Galley Patio & Grill, Spanish Banks/Kitsilano:
The Mill Marine Bistro, Coal Harbour:
Cardero's, Coal Harbour:
LIFT Bar & Grill, Coal Harbour:
The Flying Beaver Bar & Grill, Sea Island South Terminal:
Bridges, Granville Island:
C, Granville Island:
Provence Marinaside, False Creek North:
Cloud 9 Revolving Restaurant:
Just remember the maxim that, the better the view, (often) the pricier the food and the lesser the food quality. YMMV.
What about Cactus Club English Bay and soon to be opened Convention Centre? No worse and probably better than many on that list. There's others on English Bay if you like chain style eating.
And the Teahouse in Stanley Park: http://www.vancouverdine.com/teahouse. Same folks as Cardero's, Sandbar, Seasons. Same caveats as all of the above. Very nice views though.
I had a good meal at Lift last summer, better than I expected.