If you are a food lover, you need to experience Tourism Vancouver’s 2016 Dine Out Vancouver Festival. Dine Out is Canada’s largest food and drink festival and it runs from January 15 to 31. Over 25 Kitsilano restaurants will be offering prix fixe, three-course menus ranging from $20-$40 with vegetarian and gluten-free options. This annual festival has expanded to include a number of food-themed events and experiences to tantalize your taste buds.
Dine Out is a way to celebrate and support Kitsilano’s diverse culinary excellence. If you want to explore some of Kitsilano’s fine dining restaurants, now is your chance to enjoy some delicious dining at your doorstep.
Food enthusiasts have been flocking to this playful and welcoming restaurant since it opened in early 2015. This Kitsilano gem was the recipient of the 2015 Air Canada enRoute People’s Choice Award.
1809 West 1st Avenue | Dinner menu price: $40 | Dine Out dinner menu
Baccano Restaurant & Lounge
Enjoy Baccano’s Italian-inspired menu and an atmosphere that is “an ode to a simpler time and place.”
1889 West 1st Avenue | Dinner menu price: $30 | Dine Out dinner menu
Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.
Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. is also hosting ‘Craft Pizza Meets Craft Beer’, a special event that includes a three-course dinner with “make your own” artisan pizza and beer flight sampler.
Supermarine is a fresh, new seafood restaurant in the heart of Kitsilano. Cocktail enthusiasts are gushing about Supermarine’s innovative cocktail program.
1685 Yew Street | Dinner menu price: $30 | Dine Out dinner menu
The Oakwood Canadian Bistro
Oakwood’s Canadiana-inspired dishes are favourite among local diners. Its warm and comforting space is just what you need to get through Vancouver’s rainy winter.
2741 West 4th Avenue | Dinner menu price: $30 | Dine Out dinner menu
Don’t forget to share your Dine Out experience on social media. Every reservations starts with a #DOVF.
Last modified: January 12, 2016