Comfort Inn Downtown
654 Nelson Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 6K4
Phone: (604) 605-4333
Fax: (604) 605-4334
654 Nelson Street, Vancouver, BC, CA, V6B 6K4
- Phone: (604) 605-4333
- Fax: (604) 605-4334
Bars & Cafes
Commune Cafe advocates the merits of group dining and all good things that come with sharing food! Corned Beef Hash, White Bean Cassoulet, Duck Leg Confit, Spaghetti Bolognese, BBQ Pulled Pork and a lot more mouthwatering delights are assorted in their elaborate menu. Salads, soups, hot and cold Tapas, and a great range of wines complete the food menu at Commune Cafe. Check website for more information.
This Irish pub has all the fixings to make you feel as if you've transported yourself back across the Atlantic. Along with the classic pub facade, the all-wooden bar, and the dark lighting, this pub has also combined some American feel to it with regular football and baseball matches being shown as well as serving a wide variety of American cuisine that you'd only expect from a place like this. But ensure that you book in advance as they are very particular about it. Call ahead or check out the website for more details.
Hamilton Street Grill is a popular steakhouse offering a large variety of steaks and seafood dishes. The place is also offered for private events. Call ahead for more details.
Due to a massive tear down in this spot's old location, the Automotive Billiards Club traded its old home at a remodeled garage for these new digs up the road. The old rustic repair shop look has been replaced by an urban loft motif, with exposed ducts, trendy prints and other funky art work, and enough modish black leather sofas and chairs for an army of hipsters. Eight pool tables are scattered throughout the bi-level room. A well-stocked bar doles out local and imported beers, wine, and highballs to local young professionals from the neighborhood's high tech and film industries. It also serves sandwiches, salads and desserts.
This unique wine bar transforms into an art studio when inspiration calls! Well, can you ask for more? Raw Canvas also serves a range of sustainable food with options like Pheasant and Pistachio Terrine, Duck Rillettes, Rosette de Lyon and French Pepper Salami. Undoubtedly, an elaborate list of alcohol is also available to complement the food. Head on with a raw canvas and wait for inspiration to hit.
With multiple screens propped all over the place, Red Card is the perfect place to join in and watch the game. While the party can get way too loud, the bar's great offering in terms of food, spaced out seating and on the pulse staff makes sure nothing goes out of control. It also is a great place for group events and private parties, be it a birthday bash or corporate get together.
What is the difference between a restaurant serving comfort food and the Famous Warehouse? The fact that everything mentioned on the Famous Warehouse's food menu is priced under CAD5. Whether it is a juicy burger, chicken wings, sandwich, nachos, fajitas, tacos or simple Mac n' Cheese, they have it all. And you don't have to worry about closing hours; they are open till 2a all 365 days of the year. But that's not all, at the Warehouse you can also catch the current game of the season over the large screens while sipping a cocktail or chugging a beer.
If nothing but well marbled steaks with good wine comes close to making you happy on a nice summer day then you must head to Keg's in Downtown Vancouver. It is a perfect hangout with the classy and upscale setting, impeccable service, best prepared steaks, a separate menu designed for kids, a notable selection of wines and a well-stacked bar.
If you are looking for a nice place to drink and dine with your friends, then you should be heading for Granville Room. Located in Downtown Vancouver, this cocktail tavern is quite popular for its extensive cocktail and beer selections. With interiors that look right out of a classic Hollywood flick, Granville Room is a perfect setting for late night outs with friends. They also serve contemporary and classic cuisine from a tapas style menu. One visit to this sophisticated bar will definitely bring you back again.
This large concrete building in the downtown core is a prime and popular watering hole for young locals. The food at Subeez is creative West Coast cuisine with international flavors and fusions thrown into the mix. The spicy fries are notable. There is an extensive wine and beer menu, with several prime local brews on tap. Special musical nights and DJ events will rock your world. Along with the young staff's carefree attitude, art installments line the high gray walls, and massive, dripping candles establish the industrial-tinged eatery as a hip and funky place to be. Check website for more details.
This restaurant is the epitome of chic: smart, stylish and inviting. Located in Yaletown, Vancouver's newest dining and entertainment center, its decor is stunning with lots of open space, including a heated patio. It serves pizza, sandwiches, seafood and vegetarian and West Coast fare. For entrees, try the grilled scallops with saffron cream and sweet Thai black rice, or the chicken, mushroom, and artichoke linguini with a light roasted garlic-lemon cream sauce. They also have great music playing every Friday night.
For most folks, or atleast those familiar with movies, the name, 'Joe's Apartment', would probably conjure up the image of the dancing cockroaches of the Jerry O'Connell film. However, in Vancouver, this name has a completely different association. Located in the downtown/West End area, Joe's Apartment is a lively bar-cum-music-venue that has made a name for itself in the live entertainment scene of the city. You will see some of the most known local bands as well as some new entries in the music scene perform here in front of eager crowds. Do see the website to know more.