Kitsilano / West Point Grey
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Kitsilano / West Point Grey

Two different sections for different patio personalities: the east-facing patio along Yew Street gives customers a front-row seat to the parade of beachgoers headed to Kits Beach, while the south-facing patio along West 1st Avenue is graced with the sun’s rays from morning till early evening.

Receiving the sun’s rays for nearly the whole day, this rooftop patio in Kits is an ideal place to head after a day at the beach. Enjoy a rotating selection of craft beers and over 20 craft burgers, as well as appies, salads and mains. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

When the sun is shining you’ll find many a hungry soul vying for a spot on this Kitsilano patio at the corner of West 4th and Maple. Beat the heat with a tasty margarita and freshly made salsa, or sample from the largest tequila selection in B.C. Serves a muy bien selection of Mexican fare for lunch and dinner.

This Kitsilano pub provides the perfect view of cars cruising the strip, tourists and locals enjoying the grassy park and seawall and gorgeous views of Kits beach, the ocean and beyond. The patio is sunny for most of the day and there is a nice selection of brunch, lunch and dinner options available.

A sunny morning doesn't go by without a lineup outside this Kitsilano diner. The cosy dining room is filled with kitschy “garage sale decor”, but the patio is the place to head for soaking up the sun while people watching on trendy West 4th. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Vancouver flocks to Kits beach when the sun is shining and the second-floor patio at the Boathouse is the place to be for taking in the magnificent scenery. Serves fresh West Coast cuisine and a good selection of BC VQA wines, for brunch, lunch and dinner. 

You don’t have to be a member to enjoy this fabulous patio, located on the second floor of the Jericho Sailing Centre. You'll find breakfast favourites like waffles, bacon and eggs, omelettes and more. This patio has a breathtaking 200-degree view from downtown Vancouver to the North Shore mountains and west of the Georgia Straight. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Obscured from the street by planters dripping with flowers, The Oakwood Canadian Bistro’s patio is a splendid spot to enjoy “casual, comfortable, honest, unpretentious food,” much of it sourced from local, natural suppliers, like the confit duck thigh with savoury date bread pudding, yellow marsala curry and salted fennel. Serves brunch and dinner.

Savour the sun and trattoria-style Italian cooking at this street-side patio on happening West 4th. Set the mood for love with sumptuous pastas, smooth Italian wines and lavish desserts. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

After the rainy grey of winter, Vancouverites are itching to get outside and soak up the sun. Luckily, the city has a bounty of wonderful patios, no matter where you live
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After the rainy grey of winter, Vancouverites are itching to get outside and soak up the sun. Luckily, the city has a bounty of wonderful patios, no matter where you live

Whether you're looking for mountain views, cityscapes, or prime people watching, study our roundup of the city's best patios in the following neighbourhoods so you'll be ready for an al fresco adventure when the sun is shining:

  • West End
  • Coal Harbour
  • Gastown
  • Downtown
  • Yaletown
  • Chinatown / Strathcona / Downtown Eastside
  • Grandview Woodland
  • Main Street / Mount Pleasant / Riley Park
  • Fairview / South Granville / South Cambie
  • False Creek / Granville Island
  • Kitsilano / West Point Grey

West End
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West End

Specializing in the culinary traditions of Italy’s northwest region of Liguria, this West End bistro has a lush patio that invites leisurely and luxurious dining. Indulge in authentic pasta and enjoy a nice selection of Italian wines. Serves brunch and dinner.

This beachside patio secured its spot at one of Vancouver’s most popular hangouts – and arguably one of the city’s most historic waterfront locations – and offers two levels of open air seating with breathtaking views of English Bay.

You’d never know by looking at the unassuming house set back from Davie Street that a tucked-away patio lies beyond. But that’s the case for Gurkha Himalayan Kitchen, serving Nepalese fare like Kathmandu Sekuwa (grilled chicken marinated in yogurt, ginger and spices) on its intimate patio, sheltered from the back lane by a wooden lattice fence.

Enjoy one of Milestone’s signature benedicts or their lip-smacking pear and coconut pancakes while taking in the stunning view of English Bay from this patio. Feel like taking a walk while you digest? Sandy beaches are only a few steps away and a trip to Stanley Park takes no time at all. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

The restaurant’s second-floor patio, heated year-round, gives diners an elevated view of palm-tree-lined Beach Ave and sandy English Bay Beach beyond. Serves fresh West Coast cuisine and a good selection of BC VQA wines, for brunch, lunch and dinner.

Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea with scones, little sandwiches and sweets on one of two lovely patios in this historic building overlooking magnificent Stanley Park. Also serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Right on the western edge of Stanley Park overlooking the Burrard Inlet, the splendid patio at The Teahouse has a grand view that is matched by a sumptuous menu featuring West Coast cuisine. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Coal Harbour
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Coal Harbour

Set on the Vancouver Convention Centre’s Jack Poole Plaza, this wraparound patio provides panoramic views of Burrard Inlet, the North Shore mountains and Vancouver’s cityscape – plus diners can relive the 2010 Winter Games spirit as they sit next to the Olympic Cauldron.

Overlooking the Coal Harbour marina – with an awesome view of Stanley Park and the North Shore – Cardero’s perpetually-sunny patio offers al fresco dining that may inspire amorous intentions. Serves lunch and dinner.

Perched above the water on Coal Harbour, Lift has two spectacular levels of patio space with grand ocean views and prime sightlines of Stanley Park and the adjacent marina. The night heats up as the sun begins to set at this popular Vancouver nightspot, making it an ideal place to take the object of your affection. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

  • Miku (200 Granville St.)

The white sails of Canada Place and breathtaking views of Burrard Inlet greet patio diners at Miku, renowned for their flame-seared Aburi sushi and innovative West Coast Japanese cuisine featuring sustainable seafood. Serves lunch and dinner.

Bring out your inner-Parisian with French-inspired cocktails or take your tastebuds on a tour of France with a wine list that represents many regions around the country. Situated on Melville Street near Coal Harbour, Tableau serves modern bistro fare with fresh West Coast ingredients. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Sip from a huge selection of on-tap lagers, ales, stouts, porters, ciders and local and international wines, as well as delicious house-made fare, like craft-beer-battered sustainable cod fish and chips, on an expansive patio with postcard-perfect ocean and mountain views.

With spectacular views of Coal Harbour and the North Shore mountains, the Mill is a fantastic place to have a cold one on a hot day. The exposed patio gets sun from morning till night, and plenty of umbrellas are available if you need a break from the rays. Serves lunch and dinner.

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Beyond the big picture windows at the back of Bitter Tasting Room lies their little tucked-away, fenced-in patio. Order a growler of over a dozen rotating taps on draft, choose a flight if you can’t commit to just one brew or  pick one of nearly two dozen labels showcasing “the beer making regions of the world, with a nod to both traditional and unique styles.”

You’ll be hard-pressed to find an empty seat on this busy patio if the sun is shining, but the prime people-watching makes it worth the wait. Once seated you’ll be tempted to dig into tasty entrees like the pan-seared arctic char with arugula pesto and beet carpaccio. Serves lunch and dinner.

Grab a seat on the intimate patio that fronts a 110-year-old brick building while you nibble on South American-style tapas and sip house cocktails like the O’leary Smolders, with Hennessy VS cognac, Fernet Branca, Vya extra dry vermouth, and Bittered Sling Moondog bitters.

This funky Paris-style patio is the first of its kind in the Lower Mainland, with its rainbow-coloured posts fencing in a seating area perched right at the edge of the sidewalk, so passersbys move between patio patrons and the charming restaurant. Try the kale Caesar salad with rosemary croutons washed down with a local brew. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Nestled beneath the palm trees sipping a mai tai or a dark ‘n’ stormy cocktail in an Easter Island Tiki mug, you may find yourself transported to the tropics on Rogue’s patio, which fronts the neoclassical architecture of Waterfront Station. Try their turkey sandwich on cranberry sourdough with bourbon bacon jam, or the Rogue burger, which you can order a juicy medium-well. Serves lunch and dinner.

The Tasting Room at Secret Location, “one part lifestyle boutique, one part restaurant,” now extends outside along brick-lined Carrall Street under a bright blue awning. Choose from their new 3-, 5-, and 10-course tasting menus and new drink menu with craft cocktails and nearly a dozen different mimosas. Serves weekday lunch and dinner, Saturday brunch and dinner, and Sunday brunch until 5 p.m.

Sheltered from the elements during winter, the lid is lifted on Steamworks’s year-round patio once the sun comes out. Quench your thirst with a flight of beer so you can try a selection of the more than 15 brews from their on-site brewery. Serves lunch and dinner.

Located at the base of the iconic Woodward’s building, The Charles Bar’s patio stretches out from its rounded wall along the cobbled sidewalk on West Cordova. With daily drink specials as low as $3.99 for draft beer, it’s a great spot to have a cold one on a hot day. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Celebrating over 25 years in Vancouver’s historic ‘hood, the Water Street Cafe has a lovely wrap-around patio adorned with hanging baskets overflowing with colourful flowers. Pair one of a dozen local and international wines by the glass with their famous West Coast crab cakes with tomato jam, garlic aioli and rocket. Serves lunch and dinner.

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Set back from the sidewalk on Burrard Street in the heart of downtown, this patio is a great choice for some mid-day sustenance. Sun exposure peaks in mid-afternoon, so Vitamin D seekers should stretch out their lunch, which may include tasties like the Korean-style BBQ pork lettuce wraps, BQQ duck clubhouse or halibut soft tacos. Serves lunch and dinner.

Partly shaded by the trees on Robson Street below, this secluded patio fronts CinCin's second-floor restaurant. Known for its contemporary Italian cuisine and staggering wine list of nearly 800 labels, CinCin offers a memorable and unique dining experience in Tuscan-inspired style. Serves dinner only.

  • Coast (1054 Alberni St.)

Just one block away from busy Robson Street, this posh patio is nestled back from Alberni Street, protected by a large awning and flanked by crackling fireplaces. Coveted for its fresh seafood, Coast offers a wide selection of high-quality fish and shellfish, as well as a small sampling of beef, chicken and pasta. Serves lunch and dinner.

Tucked away above busy Robson Street, Earls offers a respite from hectic weekend shopping and has not one but two patios that collectively receive sun throughout the entire day. Their lunch menu has a wide selection of international fare and there are plenty of bar menu choices to wet your whistle. Serves lunch and dinner.

Just off Robson Street and up a flight of stairs, the Gallery Cafe’s beautiful patio offers shade or sun, and their all-day menu offers a delectable range of quiches, paninis, salads and more. Open from 9 a.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. on weekends.

Hidden behind a dense hedge and cement walls, the American-style steakhouse’s urban garden patio is the perfect place to enjoy a private dinner, warmed by a crackling fireplace on a cool summer night. Start with a martini before perusing the labels from their well-stocked wine cellar to accompany one of their more than half a dozen options for prime Alberta beef steaks. Serves lunch and dinner.

Right downtown, at the corner of Robson and Thurlow, this swanky patio is ideal for wrapping up the workday with a glass from their extensive wine menu (over 400 wines) and some nibblies from their happy hour menu. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This two-level rooftop patio is easy to miss from the street below but don’t forgo visiting this hidden gem with twinkling palm trees and a trickling water fountain. Stop by for their happy hour menu or gluten-free features, washed down with dozens of beer and wine labels by the glass or bottle. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This third-floor patio is concealed from the unaware passerby but offers excellent people watching from its elevated perch above swanky Alberni Street. And it's shielded from the elements, stretching its open season from early spring to fall. Serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and dinner.

Gain the perfect vantage of Robson Street on this second-floor patio at the corner of Bute and Robson. Snack on the combo platter made up of calamari, chicken tenders, avocado spring rolls, chicken wings and bread with dip, or relax and sip on a Moxie’s Bellini to beat the heat. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This stylish fourth-floor patio terrace gives off a fiery Miami vibe with a little help from its chic cabanas and glowing fire pits, surrounded by twinkling water features and striking art installations. Choose from a selection of handcrafted cocktails and hot and cold tapas, for lunch or dinner.

Head to The Fish Shack between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and pair your people-watching along bustling Granville Street with 50 per cent off all appetizers and only $5 for featured cocktails, beer, and wine, seven days a week. Celiacs rejoice: gluten-free fish and chips are on the menu. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This third-floor patio offers city views, gorgeous decor and classic cocktails, plus the kitchen boasts Canada's first Josper by Wood Stone Charcoal Broiler Oven, which heats up to 1700 degrees Fahrenheit for steak cooking perfection. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

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Serving quintessential West Coast fare, this Yaletown hotspot has a fantastic patio surrounded by lush greenery at the corner of Hamilton and Helmcken. And the sun exposure at this dinner-only establishment is perfectly timed from early to mid evening. Choose from an amazing selection at the raw bar or order one of many tantalizing dishes like the West Coast sablefish, Cherry Creek chicken or Waygu beef.

Obscured by a heavy velvet curtain, the intimate courtyard patio in this Yaletown heritage building is the perfect setting for a romantic rendezvous. And the delicious menu will definitely help to set the mood if your plans extend past dessert and special coffee. Open from dinner until late. 


Right on the corner of Davie and Hamilton, this large patio gets the sun from lunch until late afternoon, making it ideal for an afternoon brew and share plates of mini burgers, flatbread or calamari with chipotle aioli and tzatziki. Serves lunch and dinner.

Head to this Yaletown patio for award-winning Mediterranean cuisine enjoyed in the summer sun. Luxuriate in the elegant al fresco experience as you flip through the 62-page wine menu and peruse the exceptional menu utilizing sustainable West Coast ingredients.

The length of this raised patio is hugged by warm wooden slats and made cosier by overhead heaters after the sun sets. Serving hearty morning favourites and delectable sandwiches, flatbreads, salads and entrees, Commune is open weekdays from 8 a.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

Direct your merriment to this sun-drenched space at the corner of Mainland and Helmcken. Boasting the largest patio in Yaletown, you won’t have to worry about leaving any friends out of your fete, and the menu is sure to please your group’s tastes with its selection of modern pub fare and West Coast-inspired cuisine. Serves lunch and dinner.

What better way to start a birthday weekend than a decadent brunch on this lovely Yaletown patio lined with comfy benches and potted plants. Expect to be spoiled as you feast on lobster bennys, rosemary honeycomb French toast, and, of course, mimosas. Also serves lunch and dinner.

One of the newer kids on the block, Good Wolfe serves awesome ethical food in a coveted spot on one of Yaletown’s patio rows. For brunch, try the croissant bread pudding French toast with maple blueberries and whipped cream, and a side of bacon or sausage, all cured and smoked in-house. Later in the day, try the ratatouille lasagna with eggplant and zucchini, or the roasted ling cod with lentils, beets and carrot purée. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Tucked into an alcove where the historic Homer Building meets The Beasley’s towering condominiums, the Homer Street Cafe’s elegant patio is the perfect spot to enjoy their juicy rotisserie chicken on a sunny evening – or the rotisserie breakfast of pork sausage and pork belly, eggs, potatoes and toast on a bright morning. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This is one of the best rooftop patios in the city and a lively place to have an evening drink, whether it's a cocktail, beer, spirit or wine. Treat your sweet tooth to one of their decadent desserts, like gooey s’mores or the famous Billy Miner pie. Serves lunch and dinner.

The sister restaurant to Coal Harbour’s Miku has a secluded back patio nestled between two rows of hedges, ideal for clandestine eats. Featuring innovative West Coast Japanese cuisine and flame-seared Aburi sushi, Minami also offers a weekend morning menu with dishes like their eggs benny with hatcho miso pork belly or Japanese eggplant florentine. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Across the street from the seawall at Davie and Marinaside Crescent in Yaletown, Provence Marinaside is a great place to savour a Croque Monsieur benny while watching the parade of dog-walkers and runners in the morning, or Mediterranean small bites and dozens of local and international wines by the glass at neighbouring TWB The Wine Bar at night. Serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

A big, juicy organic beef burger on a buttery fresh-baked brioche bun is the main draw at Romer’s. Add some sunshine on the patio and some local craft beer and you’ve got a seriously winning combination. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Right in the heart of Yaletown at Homer and Smithe, Subeez has a long patio, parallel to the sidewalk, which gets sun throughout the day. They offer classic breakfasts with a twist, like the chorizo frittata with yam fries, and sandwiches, burgers, pastas and wraps. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

This south-facing patio in trendy Yaletown has TVs for those who don't want to miss the game, and is covered just in case it rains. Serves brunch and dinner. 

See and be seen on the West Oak patio along one of Yaletown’s most chic streets. Sip a cocktail or glass of bubbly and try one of their entrees like roasted free-range chicken with fingerling potatoes and broccolini, or a breakfast feature like the kale, tomato and Okanagan goat cheese omelette. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

With patios along both the Helmcken and Hamilton Street sides of the building, you can have as much or as little sun as you like. Try their Mumbai curry wings or the patatas bravas tapa washed down with one of their many regular or seasonal brews that are made on-site. Also serves lunch and dinner.

Chinatown / Strathcona / Downtown Eastside
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Chinatown / Strathcona / Downtown Eastside

Located at the edge of Chinatown, the dark and mysterious Keefer offers imaginative cocktails inspired by the antiquated profession of apothecary – and if you need an additional boost you can add an energy, clarity or confidence 'essence' to any drink on the menu. Once outside the restored warehouse, a cosy street-side patio promotes close proximity and conversation over a flickering flame.

The Parker’s little storefront patio expands on the restaurant’s design mandate to use recycled materials, with its wooden bench made from one of the support beams from the former Cecil Hotel. Putting the sexy in sustainable, the menu features drool-worthy plant-based creations inspired by the seasons, like root chaat with roasted yam, black chickpeas, pomegranate molasses and mint chutney, from executive chef, and Top Chef Canada's, Curtis Luk. Serves dinner.

The Union’s little sliver of a patio faces a grassy knoll topped with trees that line Dunsmuir Viaduct. Dine on Asian influenced thai curries, Vietnamese subs and vermilcelli bowls washed down with a Filipino Banga cocktail, like the #1 with gin, lemongrass, lychee, ginger, Thai basil and fresh lime. Serves dinner.

Grandview Woodland
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Grandview Woodland

Nourished by the summer sun, Campagnolo ROMA’s little patio is surrounded by lush herbs and edible flowers, in keeping with their menu of fresh, seasonal foods like their decadent pizzas and pastas inspired by Roman cuisine. As a nod to their culinary inspirations, a wooden sign post displays the distance to various farms that supply the restaurant with naturally raised meats and regional produce as well as the nearly 9,000 kilometres to Rome. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Head to this second-floor patio, overlooking dynamic Commercial Drive, for their tasty fries tossed in garlic and lime and one of their famous sausages like the Yucatan Chicken or Sweet Italian. And if the mood strikes, stay until late for a nightly lineup of live music. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Across from Grandview Park on Commercial Drive, Havana offers “Nuevo Latino Cuisine” for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Choose tasty eats like the Cuban sandwich, mole rubbed Mahi Mahi and Havana-style West Coast mussels with chorizo and coconut broth. And what are the perfect accompaniments for languid summer days on their sunny patio? Mojitos of course!

Main Street / Mount Pleasant / Riley Park
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Main Street / Mount Pleasant / Riley Park

Burgoo serves “food for comfort”, like their mac and cheese and beef bourguignon. Or you can take the healthy route with their mixed greens and quinoa salad, which you can enjoy on their bright, uncovered patio. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

A long bench shaded by two umbrellas entices visitors to dine outside at on pleasant days. Dig into one of their delicious pastas, also available in gluten-free renditions, or features like the truffle mushroom risotto with thyme and grano padano. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

El Camino’s sidewalk-fronting patio serves Latin American street food with favourites like empanadas and tacos using humanely raised meats and sustainable seafood. Serves brunch and dinner, plus a siesta menu, featuring small bites, cocktails and beer, daily from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Graze (3980 Fraser St.) 

Nourish yourself inside and out as you soak up Vitamin D on Graze’s patio and take in their nutrient-rich offerings like the gluten-free basil and chickpea crepe with seasonal vegetables, organic tempeh, wild rice pilaf and tomato sage coulis. Or splurge on the flourless chocolate torte with raspberry-rose cream and cashew brittle. Serves brunch and dinner.

From just after noon until sunset, the sun shines on this Main Street patio. Embrace the Jamaican vibe with the sun on your face, a cold Red Stripe beer in your hand and some scrumptious Caribbean cuisine on your plate. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Sit down to the stuffed French toast or the chipotle breakfast wrap and enjoy the bustling weekend crowds on vibrant Main Street from this sidewalk patio that’s also privy to beautiful evening sunsets. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Fairview / South Granville / South Cambie
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Fairview / South Granville / South Cambie

  • Earls (1601 West Broadway)

At the corner Fir and Broadway, Earls’s eye-catching stretch fabric solarium-topper reaches out toward the bright umbrellas dotting the sunny patio. Menu features include classics and international dishes like burgers, chicken, ribs, steaks, woks, pastas and pizzas, along with a wide selection of cocktails, wine and beer. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Perched above Cambie Street, this patio is the perfect spot after you escape your cubicle and venture outside. Choose from their extensive lunch menu of gluten-free favourites, signature salads, sandwiches, pastas and more. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

A cheery yellow building on swanky South Granville conceals the cosy patio that sits out back. This New Orleans-style restaurant has an enticing selection of Cajun and Creole cuisine, single malts and bourbons – and on Thursdays you'll be treated to jazzy live music. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Tall white planters punctuate Rockford’s charcoal patio walls for a tucked away watering hole sheltered from busy Broadyway. Their casual dining fare includes share plates, salads, sandwiches, entrees of classic American and international persuasions, and burgers featuring naturally-raised Alberta beef. Serves lunch and dinner.

Situated at the highest point in Vancouver (Queen Elizabeth Park) this patio has breathtaking panoramic city and mountain views and stays sunny from late morning until evening. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

The tiny country-garden-meets-chabby-chic patio at The Farmer’s Apprentice is a lovely little spot to enjoy the much-lauded restaurant’s produce-heavy menu, which is divided into three sections (vegetables/grains, seafood and meat) and governed by whatever goodies arrive from local farms. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

False Creek / Granville Island
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False Creek / Granville Island

The canary-yellow building and matching umbrellas at this waterfront patio on Granville Island certainly beckon one to stop for a meal. Or you can simply gaze upon False Creek and downtown Vancouver over a drink or two. Choose from the bistro (available for lunch and dinner) or restaurant (available for dinner only) menus.

The behemoth Craft Beer Market in the historic Salt Building opens its anticipated patio overlooking False Creek this year with 50 north-facing seats and a wall of sliding doors that open for a nearly seamless outdoor extension to the 500-seat restaurant with nearly 140 beers on tap and an awesome menu of “New North American Classic Cuisine” featuring sustainable seafood and naturally-raised meats. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Protected on three sides by the Granville Island Hotel, this stunning waterfront patio looks out over False Creek towards downtown. Their in-house brewery has a wide selection of handcrafted beers, and their sampler offers a taste of their lagers and ales. As the sun sets on the city, the outdoor fireplaces and heated cabana offer warmth so that you can keep on enjoying the views and company. Serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

Settle in for some prime people watching in the heart of Granville Island in the company of gorgeous planter boxes filled with vegetables and other edible plants that reflect the seasons – as does the delicious menu of local, sustainable fare like the curry spiced albacore tuna with fingerling potatoes, Fraser Valley kale, beets, Okanagan vinaigrette and Nonna Pia’s balsamic reduction. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner. 

Killer views of downtown Vancouver from two prime spots along the seawall – the rooftop wine bar and the ground floor patio – and comfy sofas with fire pits for nighttime ambience and warmth are the best reasons to try this patio. Tasty pizzas, burger, sandwiches, and of course, umpteen tasty beers don't hurt either.

Towering over the False Creek harbour and bathed in sunlight from late morning till sundown, you’ll feel on top of the world when you celebrate at this Granville Island seafood restaurant. Always a happening place to be, your party is sure to be hopping when you plan your bash here. Serves brunch, lunch and dinner.