Brew Pub - Vancouver Restaurants

 

Library Square Public House (Part 2)

Library Square Public House (web site, 300 West Georgia St., Vancouver, BC, Canada, phone: 604 633-9644) is a neighborhood pub conveniently located near Queen Elizabeth Theatre as well as the Vancouver sports stadiums downtown: GM Place Stadium and BC Place Stadium.

Pictured below is my very delicious Mushroom Burger ($11) which had all the toppings including bacon, cheese, onions, lettuce, and a slice of tomato. I added an extra $1 to get a side Caesar salad instead of the house salad. For more info view: Part 1.

Hamburger with bacon, lettuce, onion, swiss cheese and a side Caesar salad.
Beef, bacon, and mushroom burger with swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and pickle ($12 with Caesar salad)

12,467 views - Posted Friday, February 22nd, 2008

 

Dix BBQ and Brewery (Vancouver Downtown)

Dix BBQ and Brewery (web site, 871 Beatty Street, Vancouver, phone 604-682-2739) is a large restaurant/pub located very close to BC Place Stadium and GM Place Stadium in downtown Vancouver. The kitchen handled our group of 17 people flawlessly, and we were satisfied with our entrees such as Whole Chicken Breast ($12.95, pictured below) and their famous pulled pork sandwich. Their in-house brewed beers such as Red Truck Ale are some of the best in town.

Chicken breast dinner

9,458 views - Posted Friday, August 31st, 2007

 

Yaletown Brewing Company

The Yaletown Brewing Company (web site, 1111 Mainland St. phone 604.681.2739) is one of Vancouver’s most popular brew pubs, located in the downtown Yaletown neighborhood. It’s a great place to hang out, share good times, and have a beer or two. Yaletown Brewing Company serves casual pub-style food. At lunch their sandwiches, burgers, and pizzas are a good bet. I enjoyed my Singapore Street Noodles ($14.99, pictured below) which was a dish with fresh chicken and shrimp, yellow curry, and thin rice noodles, served with cabbage, carrots, cilantro, and green onions.

Singapore Street Noodles

8,687 views - Posted Thursday, June 28th, 2007