Christ Church Cathedral
Completed in 1895 and designated as a cathedral in 1929, the city's most attractive Gothic-style church is nestled incongruously among...
A creative use for a cavernous bank building atrium, this gallery offers an ever-changing roster of temporary exhibitions. It's mostly...
An international award winner for its barista skills and latte art, Artigiano has the locals frothing at the mouth with its satisfyingly...
The mezzanine level of the Vancouver Art Gallery is home to a chatty indoor dining area complemented by what is possibly downtown's best...
1054 Alberni St · interesting places nearby
A buzzing seafood joint where Vancouver movers and shakers like to be seen scoffing a wide array of aquatic treats. Knowing reinventions of the classics include prawn or salmon flatbread pizzas, but it's the mighty seafood platter of salmon, cod, scallops and tiger prawns that sates true fish nuts. Lunchtime fish and chips to go costs $14, and there's also an excellent raw bar with oysters aplenty.
The menu is huge here so feel free to ask your server for some navigational pointers.