Reinvented by European, mostly Italian, immigrants in the 1950s and by counterculture types in the 1960s, this is one of the city's liveliest and most eclectic neighborhoods for a half-day stroll. Eschewing chains, the main drag is studded with quirky stores and coffee shops, each with their own distinctive but welcoming character. A great dining strip, it's also a short hop from the Drive to Vancouver's (and perhaps Canada's) tastiest microbrewery district, also known called Yeast Vancouver.
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