Prospect Point Café
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Prospect Point Café information
A typical family-style tourist eatery with an attractive forest-shadowed patio deck, this is the place most Stanley Park visitors end up eating – usually because their tour bus has dropped them outside to partake of the adjoining gift shop. The takeout includes the usual suspects (think burgers and hot dogs ), while the seated patio cafe adds fish and chips and salmon platters to the mix.
The view is the main reason for coming here, so consider just ordering a couple of beers and drinking it in.