Vancouver Restaurants near Vancouver Opera

Our list of the best food near Vancouver Opera. Our top pick: OPUS Bar.
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  • Vancouver Opera

    Vancouver Opera

    835 Cambie St
    Offers world-class performances from some of the world's best composers.
    food nearby
  • OPUS Bar

    OPUS Bar

    350 Davie St
    Painfully ‘hip’ bar/lounge inside the much-hyped Opus Hotel in Yaletown. Beyond the fashionable clientele and contemporary décor there’s tapas, cocktails and an extensive list of imported and domestic wines and spirits. Signature small plates include 'O' Dim Sum, merguez corn dog and shish kebob, and Yuzu-spiced garlic wings.
  • JAPADOG

    JAPADOG

    899 Burrard Street
    Open daily from noon. $4-8. A Vancouver street food icon that now has its own shop. It's a twist on the traditional hot dog with your choice of pork, turkey or bratwurst smothered in Japanese flavours and toppings like seaweed, miso glaze, Japanese chili and teriyaki sauce. There are also several Japadog carts around downtown, some with a kobe beef option. Look for the carts on Burrard St and in front of Waterfront Station.
  • Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar

    Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar

    1095 Hamilton St
    Celebrating Our Ocean's Harvest
  • Nuba

    Nuba

    207 W Hastings St
    Making people happy by offering fresh and wholesome Lebanese food.
  • Provence Marinaside Restaurant

    Provence Marinaside Restaurant

    1177 Marinaside Cres
    Award-winning Mediterranean French restaurants located in Vancouver, BC that transport you to the South of France without the jet lag.
  • Wild Rice

    Wild Rice

    117 W Pender St
    Lunch M-F 11:30AM-4PM. Dinner Su-Th until midnight, F-Sa until 1AM.. Small plates $6-10, entrees $13-25, desserts $7. Fine teas $3-7 . Dinner for two $45-50 without wine. Wild Rice has a fresh, very tasty reinterpretation of Chinese cuisine, with pan-Asian and North American influences mixed in, set in a sleek black decor.
  • Alpha Global Sushi & Bar

    Alpha Global Sushi & Bar

    1099 Richards St
    Tu-Sa 5PM-1AM; Su 5PM-Midnight; M closed. dinner $20/person. "Plus Alpha" is a Japanese term meaning "a little extra", and this compact fusion of polished Japanese with trendy Yaletown provides a little extra interest, a little extra style, a little extra fun. New interpretations of contemporary Japanese standards such as Pumpkin Croquette and "Pimp My Tofu". Lychee martinis in a futuristic glass. A good place to get a dinner with that "plus alpha".
  • Minami

    Minami

    1118 Mainland St
    Yaletown Vancouver
  • Earls Kitchen + Bar

    Earls Kitchen + Bar

    1095 Mainland St
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  • Meat & Bread

    Meat & Bread

    370 Cambie St
    Sandwiches $7-8, sides $4. Simple menu but good food. There are four sandwiches, mostly focusing on roasted or braised meat (the Porchetta is the signature sandwich), and two sides that change daily. To finish it off you can get a bowl of Maple Bacon ice cream. The ambiance is interesting as well, with a couple of long tables for seating... in case you want to chat with your neighbours while chowing down your sandwich.
  • Cafe Medina

    Cafe Medina

    556 Beatty St
    A place where those looking for the different, the eclectic, and the innovative can enjoy breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch.
  • Uva Wine Bar

    Uva Wine Bar

    900 Seymour St in Moda Hotel
    Cibo Trattoria & Uva Wine Bar have become a destination for Vancouver's connoisseurs of great wine, spirits and authentic Italian fare. Visit www.cibotrattoria.com or www.uvawinebar.ca for more information.
  • Wild Rice

    Wild Rice

    117 W Pender St
    Wild Rice is a modern Chinese restaurant with two locations: in Vancouver on the edge of old Chinatown and at the River Market in New Westminster. Check web site for hours. Closed Mondays.
  • Wildebeest

    Wildebeest

    120 W Hastings Street
    Wildebeest invites you to experience unabashedly adventurous cuisine at its finest set against the history of Vancouver’s neighbourhood of Gastown. Explore whole-animal cookery paired with a diverse selection of Old and New World wines and a carefully crafted cocktail list that uses the freshest ingredients available.
  • The Commodore Ballroom

    The Commodore Ballroom

    870 Granville Street
    This is a large venue frequent location for live concerts. Has a large famous 'sprung' dance floor. Capacity is 900 people. On most nights, tickets are required to get in.
  • Caprice Night Club

    Caprice Night Club

    967 Granville Street
    One of the more exclusive clubs in Vancouver. Features R&B and hip-hop.
  • Chambar

    Chambar

    562 Beatty Street
    5:30PM-midnight daily. Starters $11-17, Mains $22-29. Belgian restaurant with mussels and a variety of meat dishes on the menu. The beer list includes over 25 beers from Belgium.
  • Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant

    Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant

    670 Smithe St
    Follow Us On Twitter @ceilisnation
  • Hamilton Street Grill

    Hamilton Street Grill

    1009 Hamilton St
    Located in the trendy Yaletown area of the city, the Hamilton Street Grill has a great location.
  • Brix Restaurant & Wine Bar

    Brix Restaurant & Wine Bar

    1138 Homer St
  • Glowbal grill & satay bar

    Glowbal grill & satay bar

    1079 Mainland St
    afternoon menu 3PM-5PM daily, dinner 5PM-Midnight daily; M-F lunch 11:30AM-3PM; Sa Su brunch 10:30AM-3PM. Brunch $10-16, Dinner $18-35. Glowbal is a trendy hit in the heart of the Yaletown restaurant row. Brunches are famous, but dinners are also outstanding. Don't be surprised if the chef stops by to offer some custom-made treat if the menu doesn't suffice, and expect the flavours to be marvelous. Attentive, friendly, and uniformly black-clad service. A top-notch operation in every way. Valet parking Thursday-Saturday nights.
  • Kingston Taphouse & Grille

    Kingston Taphouse & Grille

    755 Richards St
    Located in the heart of downtown, the Kingston is the place for all downtown events. Let the Kingston start your night off right before the game or show, or catch all the action on one of the many HD big screens. On any hot summer day head to the patio and enjoy the best kept secret in the city, The Kingston's two level patio in the middle of the busy city, truly is an urban oasis. The Kingston
  • Caché Bistro & Lounge

    Caché Bistro & Lounge

    1269 Hamilton St
    Caché Bistro and Lounge is a delightful neighbourhood French-Asian bistro in Yaletown. Originates from owner Chef Alex's success in his private dining venture — the Underground Supper Club — Caché continues to emphasize on classical French techniques with a contemporary approach to fresh, local ingredients. At Caché, you are going to have a memorable food experience without breaking the bank. With
  • Salsa & Agave Mexican Grill

    Salsa & Agave Mexican Grill

    1223 Pacific Blvd
    Authentic And Great Mexican Cuisine, In the heart of extremely trendy Yaletown, right in the corner of Davie and Pacific.
  • The Parlour

    The Parlour

    1011 Hamilton St
    A simple concept can yield amazing results. Great food, a friendly staff, and a Management / Ownership team that ensures every customer leaves happy is the winning recipe for a successful restaurant. Our name comes from the word parlour, which has been used to describe a number of different reception rooms and public spaces across many historical periods. The word itself is derived from the Fren
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