Top Vancouver Dining Experiences
6 Vancouver Dining Experiences | All Vancouver Tours
Looking for an enchanting and unusual way to spend an evening in Vancouver? Take a leisurely dinner cruise along the city’s gorgeous waterfront. Listen to live music and savor delicious Pacific Coast-style cuisine as you float through Vancouver’s Inner Harbor. Stroll the deck at sunset, indulge in a freshly prepared buffet, and take in the beautiful sights including Canada Place, the North Shore Mountains and the West Vancouver skyline after dusk.
Much more than a meal, this activity explores the customs and history that will make all of your future Dim Sum Adventures more enjoyable. The 'Introduction to Dim Sum' booklet provides descriptions and traditional Chinese characters for over 50 menu items. Every listing includes an up-to-date pronunciation guide as well as a more traditional 'restaurant menu' romanisation. Together, these ensure you can find the items you most enjoy whether you are in Vancouver, Hong Kong or New York City.
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
A Typical Tour looks like: 1. You start with having a refreshing juice at "The Juice Track", to start your healthy and delicious day, 2. On Weekend, you can go to one of the top 50 vegan restaurant in the world, "The Acorn" and try some amazing vegan food. We recommend the Staple Kale Caesar. OR 2. On Weekday, you can start at "The Arbor" where you can have some great vegan sandiwches and onion rings. We recommend the Southern Fried Artichoke Sandwich. 3. You can then eat some great middle eastern vegan food at the "ChickPea", we recommend their chickpea fries and latkes. 4. You can then go to taste some exotic Vietnamese Vegan food at "Ahn and Chi". We highly recommend their Om Bowl and Cari Chay. 5. You can then go to "Budgies Burritos" to have some of the greatest vegan mexican food in vancouver. Do try their JameDog. 6. You can then go to "East is East" to have some great Indian vegan food. You can then finish your tour with some great vegan Ice Cream at "Friendly"
Cycle and hike your way through British Columbia’s rugged landscape on a 6.5-hour tour from Vancouver with lunch. Watch for signs of wildlife as you walk through Lynn Canyon, cross a scenic suspension bridge and explore a stunning temperate rainforest. Get sweeping views from the saddle while riding the Trans Canada Trail through Pitt Meadows, where the snow capped mountains around Frasier Valley are a dramatic backdrop for winding rivers and marshland. Enjoy all-inclusive access to equipment, lunch and transportation.
Celebrate the New Year with friends or your special someone on this 4-hour Vancouver Harbour New Year's Eve dinner cruise. Hop aboard your boat in Vancouver Harbour in the evening, and head out onto the waves. Savor a delicious dinner of speciality dishes such as Pacific sable fish filet, with musical accompaniment from the live band on board. Enjoy fine views over that famous skyline then, as midnight approaches, raise a glass of Champagne and toast to the New Year! Drink and dance into the night, before returning to harbor.
Venture out of metro Vancouver to explore the wineries of the Fraser Valley. This tour takes you to four local wineries, allowing you a taste of what each has to offer, and delivers you safely back to central Vancouver. In addition to the wine sampling, enjoy a tour of the wine-making process, a delicious lunch, and some yummy amuse-bouches along the way.
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What are the best Dining Experiences in Vancouver?
The best Dining Experiences in Vancouver according to Viator travelers are:
- Vancouver Harbor Sunset Dinner Cruise
- The Dim Sum Adventure
- Private MultiCultural Vancouver Vegan Food Tour
- Vancouver Biking and Hiking Tour including Lunch
- New Year's Eve Dinner Cruise through Vancouver Harbor
What tours in Vancouver are taking additional safety precautions?
What tours in Vancouver are good for avoiding crowds?
- VanDusen Botanical Garden
- Kitsilano Beach
- Lions Gate Bridge
- Museum of Vancouver
- Vancouver Lookout
- Queen Elizabeth Park
- Rocky Mountaineer Train
- Science World at TELUS World of Science
- Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Bowen Island
- Deep Cove
- Indian Arm
- Canada Place
- Bill Reid Gallery
- Cypress Mountain
- Library Square
- Vancouver Chinatown
- Vancouver Olympic Village (VVL)
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