Best spots in North Vancouver for a glass of wine

North Van is scenic, rugged and gorgeous. Soak up the scenery one glass at a time at these neighbourhood wine spots. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites NORTH VANCOUVER

700 Old Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2H5

Treat yourself to a mini staycation in North Van by booking a room at the Holiday Inn. After you’ve gone for a refreshing dip in the spacious indoor pool, spend the evening in the restaurant, Churchill's, with the wine of your choice. It’s an intimate 32-seat room with a gorgeous patio which is especially beautiful in the summer when the garden is in bloom. Don’t bring your wallet – just charge it to your room.

Tour De Feast

319 Mountain Hwy, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2K7

This out-of-the-way spot on Mountain Highway offers French bistro classics at affordable prices and lets you bring your own bottle of wine. Tour won’t wow you with the decor or location, but it’s known to exceed expectations in every other way. The food is simple, yet delicious, with mouth-watering dishes like cassoulet, octopus three ways, short rib sandwich and charcuterie. Just don’t tell anyone about Tour de Feast so it stays a North Van secret.

Queens Cross Neighbourhood Pub

2989 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7N 3J3

All too often a pub provides only the space and drinks without delivering on atmosphere or service, but Queens Cross hits a home run on all counts. There’s a casual vibe with fast, attentive service, free WiFi, televised sports and a wine list that puts traditional wine bars to shame. About half the wines are local and the rest are from around the world.

Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier

138 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, BC V7L 0B1

Located in the Pinnacle Hotel, The Lobby is the ultimate combination of elegance and a relaxed atmosphere. It doesn’t hurt that you can sip your wine to live music featuring some of Vancouver’s best talent every Friday and Saturday night. Order from the house list or bring your own wine (corkage fees apply) to enjoy with dinner. Make sure you grab a table by the window for the best view.

Hurricane Grill

999 Marine Dr, North Vancouver, BC V7P 1S4

There’s a glass of wine for everyone here, from every major producing country you can name. Australian, Italian, French, South African and South American wines are listed alongside local labels from the Okanagan Valley and California. If in doubt, ask a staff expert for a recommendation.

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