Cool places to get a beer in Vancouver's Yaletown

This historic neighbourhood, once known for its industrial business and warehouse buildings, is now a fashionable destination for food and drink. With modern lounges, casual brew pubs and award-winning eateries, these restaurants are among the best places in the city to enjoy a pint of beer and try some of Vancouver’s most innovative foods. [Photo courtesy of Yaletown Brewing Co.]

The Parlour

1011 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5T4

With a nice selection of craft beers and ciders on tap, as well as a phenomenal food menu and a stellar patio, The Parlour has helped make Yaletown a Vancouver food destination. Beers all come in 20 oz. full pints and 10 oz. halves, and they offer a good selection from numerous local and regional craft brewers, along with international labels by the bottle.

Yaletown Brewing Co

1111 Mainland St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5P2

One of the few brew pubs in the downtown area, Yaletown Brewing Co. has been serving its own house-brewed beer to locals for more than 20 years. Located in the heart of the restaurant district, the pub is the perfect place for corporate events, intimate gatherings or for cheering on the Canucks. With an excellent line of seasonal brews and rotating guest taps, this local haunt offers beer lovers no shortage of pints from which to choose.

Homer St Cafe & Bar

898 Homer St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2W5

This heritage building was revived following a series of renovation efforts. When Homer St. Café opened, it quickly became a neighbourhood hot spot for those looking for yummy meals in a more upscale setting. Despite their fine-dining approach, the atmosphere still remains casual. They also offer a small, but excellent selection of regional crafts on tap and in bottles.

Patron Tacos & Cantina

265 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6B 0E7

What goes better with tacos other than beer? Okay, maybe tequila, but down at Patron Tacos, they’ve got you covered on both fronts. Along with a well-rounded selection of premium tequilas, they also carry a range of beers for all palettes. While they do have a couple local beers, they have a nice array of Mexican favourites from which to choose, all available by the bottle.

Central City on Beatty Street

871 Beatty St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2M6

Central City has been making delicious craft beer in Surrey since 2003. They also operate two brew pubs serving their sudsy creations – one in Surrey and one in Yaletown. It’s a fun, lively place to hang out with friends or coworkers.

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