Halfway along Water St, this oddly popular tourist magnet lures the cameras with its tooting steam whistle. Built in 1977, the clock's...
A few steps from the Steam Clock in a side-street blind spot, this bar – run by owners from Edmonton, Alberta – does everything right,...
Meat & Bread
Arrive early to avoid the lunchtime queue at Vancouver's favorite gourmet sandwich shop and you might even snag one of the four tiny...
162 Water St · interesting places nearby
Like a cool reinvention of an old-school saloon (without the kitsch) this swank resto-bar has a solid spruce wood counter, century-old light fittings and a clever row of repurposed radiators dividing the drinking from the eating areas. If you're not just here for a tipple – reinvented classic cocktails like 'Gold Fashioned' are a specialty – aim for a table and tuck into gourmet comfort dishes like cassoulet-style pork and beans or local-beef sloppy joe.