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)

14,123 views - Posted Friday, February 22nd, 2008

 

Rosie’s on Robson

Rosie’s on Robson (298 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, phone: 604-689-4499) is a comfortable British-style pub/restaurant located in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown entertainment district, close to GM Place Stadium, BC Place Stadium, and the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Daily specials include comfort food such as steak and ale pie, honey glazed pork chops ($14.95, pictured below), and the fried chicken sandwich. They also serve a very delicious Yorkshire Pudding that is stuffed with roast beef and mashed potatoes.

sam_w_bc writes on Dinehere.ca (click here for review link):

I’ve been here a few times before. The most recent time, I took my parents. I ordered the Yorkshire pudding with roast beef and my parents had the salmon and beef stew. We all agreed that our food was delicious. I want to go back and have more Yorkshire pudding.

Honey glazed pork chops
Honey glazed pork chops, served with vegetables and mashed potatoes ($14.95) 

13,074 views - Posted Friday, January 18th, 2008

 

Christie’s Carriage House Pub (Victoria BC)

Christie’s Carriage House Pub (1739 Fort Street, Victoria, BC, Canada, phone 250-598-5333) is a popular pub in the Victoria area which is located in an authentic heritage house. Christie’s web site describes:

Christie’s Carriage House Pub recreates turn-of-the-century Victoria with flair, charm and comfort. The proprietor welcomes you to meet and share a pint in a comfortable atmosphere with fireplaces in cozy rooms, antique lighting and decor of the Queen Anne period.) At night the Pub is alive with more than the sound of music as friends gather to share the events of the day, team players slip off for a pint, or neighbours gather for a night cap waited on by the friendliest staff in town.

I was in the mood for something lighter so I ordered the Yellowfin Tuna Salad which was a large yellowfin tuna steak grilled medium rare, served with fresh greens, tropical salsa and avocado (pictured below, $12). I also tried the spicy beef lettuce wrap which was also yummy ($3, appetizer special). Click here for more info on Christie’s Carriage House including their menu.

Yellowfin Tuna Salad with tropical salsa and avocado

11,906 views - Posted Saturday, December 22nd, 2007