Delicious Vancouver Restaurant Deals for Every Day of the Week

Eat like a king with the budget of a regular Joe every day

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Keep both your pockets and stomach full with some of the best restaurant specials in Vancouver

While Vancouver has a reputation as a foodie town, it’s not always easy on your wallet to eat well. But you’re in luck! Some of the hottest restaurants, bars and lounges are offering up daily specials that’ll keep your thirst quenched, your taste buds captivated and your wallet full. Keep clicking for our round up of delicious deals and affordable specials. 

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Everyone hates Mondays, but there’s nothing like the promise of good deals on yummy meals to help you get out of bed in the morning. Charlie’s Little Italian on Main offers a special $15 feature pizza and beer. Bring the kids out to Trattoria’s West 4th location for Family Night, where kids under the age of eight eat free after 4 p.m. Not in the mood for Italian? Give Mondays a Mexican twist with $10 tacos at Lolita’s on Davie Street.

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Keep up the momentum with Trattoria’s Tratt Tuesday, when they feature signature pasta dishes for only $11 when you dine in. Or, meet up with someone special and head to Gastown’s Brioche Urban Eatery for Date Night at Brioche where they’re serving up a rotating four-course menu for just $19.95 per person. If you’d rather impress your date with your taco eating abilities, then check out The Bitter Tasting Room for their all-you-can-eat Taco Tuesdays for $12. 

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Get over the hump at one of Bellagio Café’s at two convenient downtown locations, one on Hornby Street and the other near the Convention Centre, with 50 per cent off pizza or pasta after 6:00 p.m. (you can also snag this deal on Monday and Tuesdays). For lunch be sure to attend Black and Blue’s Beef Dip Wednesdays, where their mouth-watering beef dip is only $10. If it’s one of those weeks where you need something with alcohol content, head to Sip Resto Lounge for $4 Cazadores Tequila and Big Surf.

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Go big on your Thursday night dinner at Glowbal Grill’s Tomahawk Thursday. A 3lb Tomahawk Steak is $79 – that’s $46 in savings from the regular price of $125. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Graze, the plant-based restaurant that prides itself in using local and sustainable products. Graze’s Date Night Thursdays offers a delicious and nutritious three-course dinner for two people for $50. Whether you conquered a steak or enjoyed a laid-back date, you can head back to Sip Resto Lounge afterwards for $4 highballs to finish off the night. 

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TGIF has never rung more true than when you’re devouring an $11 burger and beer from Glowbal Grill, Coast, Italian Kitchen, Black and Blue or The Fish Shack. For seafood look no further than Vancouver’s Joe Fortes’ Friday Blue Plate Lunch Special feature (there’s a lunch special from Monday to Friday), their West Coast Fish Cakes. There is no shortage of drink specials around town, so try stopping by The Academic for $6.50 highballs or The Metropole for a beer and a shot for $6.50 throughout October and November. 


Nurse your morning hangover with brunch at The Dunbar Public House with craft double Caesars for $7, and then stick around for a $5 pint of Howe Sound Lager. Or pay a visit to Elwoods on West Broadway for $5.99 ribs and drink deals on vodka, craft beer, and Fireball. Check out their deals on food and drinks any other day of the week as well. 

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The weekend may be winding down, but that’s no reason not to eat well. The Bimini’s weekend brunch is just $9 on Sundays, and Trattoria’s $10 Pizza Sundays features authentic Italian pizza at any time of day. If you’re looking for the freshest seafood special in town then stop by The Fish Shack for their Lobster and Crab Fest where they’re serving up a pound of lobster or a whole crab for $19.95.

The thought of Monday morning causing anxiety? Chill out with drink specials at PiDGiN. The restaurant offers $8 Negronis every Sunday and Monday evening, and for those who are craving grapes, you can bring your favourite bottle of wine from home to accompany dinner for just a $1 corkage fee.