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We curated a shortlist of places to eat while you’re visiting beautiful Vancouver ordered from least expensive to most expensive.
|Restaurant||What to order||Average price per entree (CDN)||Distance from Conference||Address|
|Food Trucks||It’s an adventure to find the food trucks and you can usually find something inexpensive to eat.||$3–$10||Various locations downtown|
|The Templeton||A diner that serves breakfast all day. Vegan-friendly.||$12||1.3 km||1087 Granville St,Vancouver, BC|
|Marutama Ramen||Famous for its ramen in Vancouver.||$10–$20||2.3 km||780 Bidwell St Vancouver, BC|
|The Flying Pig||The Flying Pig is famous for its poutine—a very Canadian comfort food.||$15–$30||450 metres||102 Water St Vancouver, BC|
|Indigo Age||Probably the best vegan food you’ll find in Vancouver.||$20||130 metres||436 Richards St Vancouver, BC|
|Steamworks||A standard pub, but it’s great for larger groups.||$20||75 metres||375 Water St,,Vancouver, BC|
|Miku||Definitely order the salmon or any sushi item.||$45–120||300 metres||200 Granville St #70 Vancouver, BC|
Too tired to eat out? Vancouver has a couple of food delivery services: Foodora and GrubHub.
Things to Do
Vancouver is a culturally-rich city with plenty of things to do in the evening and on weekends. The popular tourist attractions are listed below sorted by distance from the conference centre.
|Things to Do||Description||Price||Distance from Conference||Address|
|Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG)||With over 11,000 works of art, the VAG has the most comprehensive resource for visual culture in BC.||$24||1 km||750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC|
|Stanley Park||Explore the 400-hectare natural West Coast rainforest and enjoy scenic views of the water, mountains, sky, and majestic trees along Stanley Park’s famous Seawall.||free||2 km||Located on the far west end of downtown Vancouver.|
|A-maze-ing Laughter Sculpture||14 bare-chested bronze men, each 8.5 feet tall and 550 pounds, and scattered around a small park triangle. (Artist: Yue Minjun)||free||3 km||Morton Park, 1800 Morton Ave, Vancouver, BC|
|Granville Island||Peruse the famous public market and the shops of many of Canada’s best artists and designers.||free||3 km||1669 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC|
|Capilano Suspension Bridge||The Capilano Suspension Bridge stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River.||$55||9 km||3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC|
|Grouse Grind Hike||“Mother Nature’s Stairmaster”; There is also an option to buy a timer and be immortalized online.||$15||15 km|
|Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge||The 50-meter high bridge stretches across a beautiful canyon boasting raging waters, waterfalls and deep pools below.||free||15 km|
|Things to Do||Description||Price||Address|
|Museum of Anthropology (MOA)||A place of world arts and cultures with a special emphasis on the First Nations peoples and other cultural communities of British Columbia, Canada.||$18||6393 NW Marine Dr, Vancouver, BC|
Need Other Recommendations?
Visit the Tourism Vancouver website or check out our map of crowd-sourced restaurants, grocery stores, and tourist attractions. Browse and find something incredible to do while you’re here!
Have a Medical Issue?
Download the Medimap app or visit the website to find a medical walk-in clinic near you with the shortest wait times.