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Old 05-03-2013, 07:58 AM   #2221
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What kinds of things were you looking to do in Whistler?
Peak to Peak and do some hiking. Hit the village and let the kids do a couple of activities (summer bob sled, etc) Mostly hike and take in scenery. Perhaps if the older two feel adventurous go on atv tour? In all not sure exactly that was why I was debating it or just heading over to Vancouver island (victoria) earlier than planned.
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How was Whistler? We are going before our cruise but are debating if we should spend 1 full day or 2 there. Was is it 2 day worthy in the summer? Planning on hitting Stanley park for a few hours on the way up as nothing else in Vancouver really peaked our interest, so thinking to devote time to Whistler?
Whistler was beautiful and part of the fun was the ride up there. The "Sea to Sky" highway is very nice and in excellent shape since the Olympics were there recently. I would think one day would be sufficient. You can take various tram rides on the ski slopes and its fun walking around the village.

Stanley Park is also very nice. If its a nice day, you might want to rent a bike and do a loop around the park. Allow a couple of hours for that...
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Hello all! We are spending a couple of nights in Whistler before our Vancouver cruise departure.

We had planned on leaving Whistler early the morning of the cruise, but now I'm second guessing my decision. Do you think it's doable to make that drive on a Monday morning and still not have to rush to the ship?
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Great to have you here! Since you're a native, the bit of planning I have yet to do for our trip - which includes some time in Vancouver - involves food. We are staying at the Westin Grand (on Robson St., near Yaletown) and are looking for a couple of cool spots to have dinner. We do plan to hit Gastown, Granville Island, Grouse Mountain, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, and Stanley Park...maybe more if we can find the time (we have three full days).

So, given those geographic areas...where to eat? DH and I consider ourselves "foodies," so anything that you think is a must-eat works for us. We love Sushi, Indian, seafood, and a good gastropub. In fact, I'd say a place to grab an awesome Pacific Northwest craft beer, and a place to grab some awesome sushi would be our top two requests. The only thing we really don't like is chains...why eat exactly what you can get at home if you're visiting someplace new? Does anything in particular come to mind?
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The only thing we really don't like is chains...why eat exactly what you can get at home if you're visiting someplace new?
Just wanted to talk about that...there are two chain places we've been to in Vancouver. One was worth it, one was not. Neither was actually the food we can get at those chains at home.

The one that wasn't worth it was Spaghetti Factory. Thought it would be what we could get at home, and we like that place, but the menu was all different. The really good stuff wasn't there.

The place we'd go to again was Red Robin. They have *even better* stuff on the menu there than in the US. The mac&cheese on the kid's menu is not the Kraft mac they have in the states; there's real cheese and it's different macaroni.

So just because it's a chain doesn't mean it will be the exact same.


DH found a fabulous but hole in the wall Indian place a few years ago in the vicinity of Stanley Park-ish. It was walking distance from the Listel Hotel. And that's all I know about it.


Other than that we tend to eat veggie JapaDogs and have crepes for dessert while in Vancouver. Healthy!
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Peak to Peak and do some hiking. Hit the village and let the kids do a couple of activities (summer bob sled, etc) Mostly hike and take in scenery. Perhaps if the older two feel adventurous go on atv tour? In all not sure exactly that was why I was debating it or just heading over to Vancouver island (victoria) earlier than planned.
I just booked an ATV tour at Whistler for our Aug. cruise!!!
We have 4 days in Vancouver and have been told Whistler is definately a must see!!!
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Hello all! We are spending a couple of nights in Whistler before our Vancouver cruise departure.

We had planned on leaving Whistler early the morning of the cruise, but now I'm second guessing my decision. Do you think it's doable to make that drive on a Monday morning and still not have to rush to the ship?
We have been told that the drive is 1.5 -2 hrs to downtown. With time to park ( or return your rental) you should be fine, as long as you leave early enough, like by 8 am latest?
The earliest port arrival time for our check in online was 11:00 am so I am assuming that is when the port opens.....
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Ok Iím warning you this post will be long! Iíve also tried to include websites where possible, Iím typing this in a word document and then copy and pasting so not sure how the links will be affected Ė if I need to I can edit them once posted.

There are no shortages of restaurants in the downtown core. You canít walk a block without coming across at least a few on each block and something new for Vancouver this summer will be the food trucks. We have always had a few here and there but this year they rolled out a new program and issued more licenses and changed the guidelines around them so I think they will be a much bigger presence than they have been in the past.

Two main areas that have pretty much wall to wall restaurants are Robson (between Burrard and Broughton mostly and then again as you get closer to Stanley Park) and Denman Street (which is by Stanley Park, Lost Lagoon and 2nd Beach).

There are way too many restaurants to list here and although I have been to quite a few as a percentage of how many there actually are itís very small! Iíll list the ones I particularly like or have heard good things about. For the record I will say Iím not what you would call a fine dining kind of gal, if anything Iím worried the food on our cruise will be too fancy for me. Also our kids are not picky eaters so some of the places I would take my kids may not be appropriate for all kids Ė there are many restaurants I take mine that my friends wouldnít. That being said hereís my recommendations

Before going into the Robson restaurants there are a couple on at little street just off Burrard (steps away from the Hyatt and Burrard Skytrain) that has a strip of restaurants and they are worth a visit.

1. Kobeís Japanese Steakhouse Ė 1042 Alberni Street - is lots of fun. Itís one of those places where the chef cooks the food in front of you and does the fancy knife work. Some of them are better showmen than others but even if you get one that doesnít do the fancy stuff the shrimp makes up for it! You sit at tables for 12 I think it was (itís a square with the chef and grill in the center) so you will be seated with other people on a first come first served basis (on weekends leave time for a wait). Definitely order the shrimp Ė itís awesome. (you also get an appetizer of the shrimp included but three isnít enough for me!) If you are used to maritime lobster then donít order the lobster. It was tasty but nothing compared to steamed Altantic lobster, a little too chewy for me. They also have sushi which Iíve never had but I imagine it must be pretty good. I read a bunch of reviews that talk about long wait times. Weíve been twice and didnít have to wait more than 20 minutes or so either time so I donít know if we just lucked out or if the long waits were an anomaly. Itís not cheap but Iím still craving the shrimp! Because you are spread out in a square with a grill and chef in the middle this is not a place to have a quite intimate dinner. Itís also not a good place if you want to be able to have a full on conversation but if you are looking for something different, fun and tasty itís a good choice. It is pricy Ė for us itís a big splurge and we always use an Entertainment Guide coupon (you may still be able to pick up some 2013 ones before they are gone for good Ė so sad they went under) www.koberestaurant.com

2. Coast Seafood Ė 1054 Alberni Street Ė I have never been here, a little too pricey for me but I have heard itís really really good. If you like Seafood and price is not an issue this may be the place for you. http://www.glowbalgroup.com/coast/

3. Sambaís Brazilian Steakhouse Ė 1122 Alberni Street - I just saw that the location is now being developed into a highrise so they are looking for a new location. I am leaving it up here because itís worth a visit if they find a new location in the downtown core. Itís a meat fest!! If you are a vegetarian Ė stay away! LOL Itís all you can eat bar-b-que and you get a little disc to put beside you that says more on one side and Iím full on the other and men with skewers of meat walk around the tables and cut off a slab of meat for you as often as you want. There are all sorts of different things to try and they usually have at least one ďout of the ordinaryĒ one to try as well. There is a big salad bar to go with it. On the weekends they have entertainment, dancing showgirls. This one is also pricy and a treat for us. Itís $32 a plate (I believe kids were half price) so make sure to go hungry. We went with a few other couples who left their kids at home because they thought they wouldnít like it but we brought ours and they ask to go back at least a couple times a month. http://www.thaihouse.com/samba/

4. Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie Cafť Ė 1059 Alberni Street Ė Iíve never been here but someone was asking about bakeries and this place sounds yummy! http://www.thierrychocolates.com/

Ok moving on to Robson Street (all of the choices Iím listing here are around the Red Robin price range and all are family/kid friendly unless otherwise noted)

5. Thai House - 1116 Robson Street (upstairs, easy to miss look for the pink sign) Ė this is one of my favourite restaurants. The spring rolls are nice and crispy and full of flavour. The Pad Thai is well done and the cashew chicken is just the perfect amount of spicy. I tend to order the same thing every time so whenever we have a group we make a point of ordering one or two different dishes to try and Iíve never been disappointed. Everyone Iíve brought here has liked it as well. http://thaihouse.com/

6. Cactus Club Ė 1136 Robson Street Ė I love the Cactus Club. The Belliniís alone are worth the trip! The yam fries are nice and crispy and the teriyaki chicken and rice bowl or the fish tacos are my two personal favorites. It is a chain restaurant but I donít know how many locations they have outside of Canada (if any) so it may not be as well known as I think. I have taken my kids but I probably wouldnít again Ė a little too pricey for kids and no kids menu at all. They will make the pasta in smaller portions for them but thatís about it. (there are multiple locations in the downtown core as well) http://www.cactusclubcafe.com/

7. Chong Qing Ė 1260 Robson Street Ė I have never been to this location (only recently found out they have one there!) but they have another location across the street from my office and I go there a couple of times a month. Really good Szechuan food. We have all our staff celebration lunches there because everyone loves it (and we have a staff of approx 40 so thatís a lot of opinions). Good prices and portion sizes. Lots of choices for dim sum as well. http://www.cqrestaurant.com/

8. Kalypso Restaurant & Tapas Bar Ė 1323 Robson Street Ė Good greek food and Tapas. Not usually a wait and service is pretty quick. Iíve mostly done lunch here so dinner may be different. Itís also right above a Starbucks in case you want an after dinner coffee fix on your way back to the hotel.

Onwards to Denman Street (close to Stanley Park and the seawall) Ė These places would mostly fall into the quick dining category I think and again all are kid friendly unless otherwise noted. Denman street is just off the beach so the restaurants tend to be beachwear appropriate rather than fancier sit down restaurants.

9. Ponchos Mexican Ė 827 Denman Street Ė They have been around for about 25 years. Yummy Mexican food, I havenít been in a long time but we used to go quite regularly, decent prices and good ambiance with live music Fridays through Sunday. http://ponchosvancouver.com/

10. Akira Sushi Ė 1069 Denman Street Ė I have never been here (not a sushi fan) but I know some of you were asking for Sushi places (which you will not have a problem finding Ė they are EVERYWHERE!) but this one got quite a few good reviews and seem to have a wide variety of specialty items that you may not find at the corner sushi place.

11. Natís New York Pizza Ė 1080 Denman Street Ė I have personally never been there but MANY people I know have told me itís the best pizza in town http://www.natspizza.com/

12. Fatburger Ė 1101 Denman Street Ė This is my dh and kids favorite burger place. I like it but Iím not a huge burger fan so I find the rest of the menu to be a bit limiting. The onion rings are good and the yam fries are crispy. The Caesar salad is usually really good but once or twice we have gotten a not so good one. The burgers are very tasty and cooked to order. The milkshakes are delicious. http://www.fatburger.com/

13. Espana Ė 1118 Denman Street - This place is fairly new and Iíve never been there but my friend who lives near Denman loves it and highly recommends it. She said they have really good tapas. http://www.espanarestaurant.ca/

14. Cupcakes Ė1168 Denman Street - If you have ever seen Cupcake Girls on TV this is the place the show is about. I LOVE the coconut cupcakes. http://cupcakesonline.com/

15. Veraís Burger Shack Ė 1181 Denman Street - Funky burger place. Lots of different burger, hot dog and side options. I prefer this place to Fat Burger because of that. Itís a perfect place after a day at the beach. You can also get it to go and eat it on the beach (be prepared to wait though - they cook the burgers to order so it will be about 15 minutes or so). http://www.verasburgershack.com/

16. Milestones - 1210 Denman Street Ė I remember coming here on my first night in Vancouver almost 20 years ago! They make awesome Belliniís. The food is good and the price is about average for a similar restaurant (trendy after work crowd but you could also bring kids Ė more of a sit down restaurant than the others in this area). They also have a weekend brunch. http://www.milestonesrestaurants.com/

17. The Boathouse: 1795 Beach Ave Ė Seafood place, a little pricey but the food is good and the view from the deck is awesome. I have taken my kids to one of their other locations and it was not a problem but this location is quite busy so not sure I would bring them. Itís also not great if youíre looking for a quiet intimate meal (traditionally the Boathouse is what I would consider an upscale restaurant but I think this location is a little more casual than the other locations) http://boathouserestaurants.ca/

There are lots more than I mentioned as well Ė you will easily find something to your liking just by walking up and down the street.

A couple of other quick mentions Ė Granville Street between Robson and Davie has a ton of quick serve, fast food type of places if you are looking for a quick snack or lunch on the go.

If you are staying at the Wall Centre or Sutton Place there are two little out of the way places that are inexpensive and yummy for a quick service meal:
18. Tokyo Joeís (Sushi and Japanese) - 955 Helmcken St
19. One Saigon (Vietnamese) Ė 979 Hornby Street


20. Roque Kitchen and Wetbar - Inside Waterfront Station at the terminal - really yummy Ė not so much kid friendly although I think you could take them http://www.roguewetbar.com/

21. Joeys - Saving the best for last my favourite place is Joeys Ė there are a couple of different ones but I always go to the one on Burrard just up from Robson 820 Burrard Street Ė The lettuce wraps are sooooo good. The butter chicken is awesome. I also love the lobster grilled cheese, yam fries, souvlaki and most of the appetizers! (donít order the gyoza though bleh). Two of my coworkers order the Ahi Tuna club and Baja fish tacos every time and swear by it. http://www.joeyrestaurants.com/burrard

Phew that should keep you guys eating for awhile!
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For anyone interested in Stanley Park - I did a huge post on it in another thread - here is the link

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Hello all! We are spending a couple of nights in Whistler before our Vancouver cruise departure.

We had planned on leaving Whistler early the morning of the cruise, but now I'm second guessing my decision. Do you think it's doable to make that drive on a Monday morning and still not have to rush to the ship?
It's easily doable time and distance wise. The only thing to consider would be if the Sea to Sky highway was shut down for any reason you would be stuck. That being said since the Olympics that's less of a problem because the highway has been widened and now even with most accidents traffic can still move through. It used to be an accident on the highway could stop traffic in both directions for a couple of hours. It's about an hour and a half drive so if you left early in the morning you have lots of time and even time for a delay if needed.
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Peak to Peak and do some hiking. Hit the village and let the kids do a couple of activities (summer bob sled, etc) Mostly hike and take in scenery. Perhaps if the older two feel adventurous go on atv tour? In all not sure exactly that was why I was debating it or just heading over to Vancouver island (victoria) earlier than planned.
I think if those are things that interest you (hiking, scenery etc) then Whistler is definately the place to do it. If you were looking for more touristy things I would say it's not the place for that but scenery and hiking is what Whistler is all about! The village is nice to walk around in and look at the stores but it's a few hours kind of thing. I do find Whistler to be very pricey so I've only gone 4 or 5 times in the 18 years or so I've lived here but I enjoyed it each time.
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Bumping to see if dizzyr or anyone else have food recs for us Thanks!
I just posted a bunch of food recommendations but found this place you might get the West Coast beer at

http://www.lukescornerbar.com/

It's not in the downtown core but it's easily accessible by transit.
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Just wanted to talk about that...there are two chain places we've been to in Vancouver. One was worth it, one was not. Neither was actually the food we can get at those chains at home.

The one that wasn't worth it was Spaghetti Factory. Thought it would be what we could get at home, and we like that place, but the menu was all different. The really good stuff wasn't there.

The place we'd go to again was Red Robin. They have *even better* stuff on the menu there than in the US. The mac&cheese on the kid's menu is not the Kraft mac they have in the states; there's real cheese and it's different macaroni.

So just because it's a chain doesn't mean it will be the exact same.


DH found a fabulous but hole in the wall Indian place a few years ago in the vicinity of Stanley Park-ish. It was walking distance from the Listel Hotel. And that's all I know about it.


Other than that we tend to eat veggie JapaDogs and have crepes for dessert while in Vancouver. Healthy!
could the Indian Place have been this one?

Desi Place Downtown - 909 Denman Street. It won't let me post the link to the google map but it's in between a tanning salon and dental place  in the same block as a Flight Center

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The drive is at least two hours! Give yourself three and a half if you are boarding on a weekday. Bridge traffic can be nasty!

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dizzyr - these are GREAT tips! Coast seems like it will be up our alley for a nice dinner, if we feel like it...and Luke's and Joey's also sound awesome. However...we may find ourselves saving money and touring the food trucks, which seems excellent. I know trying a Japadog was on our agenda, so food trucking it all weekend could be perfect

I read your post about Stanley Park, and it is awesome! We will be missing the fireworks competition by about a month, but it did occur to me that our cruise leaves on Canada Day. Do you know if any fireworks/celebrations happen around the city and are work checking out?
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