Prime time charcuterie plates in Vancouver

A plate of gourmet cheeses, cured meats and other delicious nibbles is so often just what you need after a long day. It’s a great way to unwind, catch up with friends or colleagues and get a snack in before dinner. Here’s a list of Vancouver restaurants where you can raise your glass and a saucisson to another hard day’s work.

Stable House Restaurant The

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1520 13th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6J 2G4

The Stable House is a cozy little South Granville hideout that has a constantly changing menu of artisanal cheeses, local charcuterie, pâtés and terrines from which to craft delicious combinations. Guests can pick and choose from different domestic and international meats and cheeses to pair with house-made preserves and condiments.

Salt Tasting Room

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45 Blood Alley Square, Vancouver, BC V6B 1C7

Salt Tasting Room is a hidden gem tucked into Gastown’s Blood Alley. The entire establishment revolves around their charcuterie plates, with options that change daily. Guests can choose from a selection of meats, cheeses and condiments from the huge wall-sized chalkboard, or let the staff put together their favourites for you. Don't forget the wine pairings.

The Irish Heather

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210 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2J1

The Irish Heather is an Irish pub in Gastown and a sister company of Salt Tasting Room. Because they share the same owner, the Heather’s great pub food menu is complimented further by some quality charcuterie and cheese plate options that include both local and international delicacies for sharing.

Gudrun Tasting Room

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150-3500 Moncton St, Richmond, BC V7E 3A2

Gudrun Tasting Room is a local foodie favourite in Steveston. Their fresh sheet changes nearly every day, but it always includes a very wide selection of cheeses and meats to weave together. Some recent selections: Spanish Garrotxa cheese, Italian Tallegio and house-cured duck pastrami.

The Refinery

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1115 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1M1

This trendy spot on Granville Street offers a great charcuterie board as an appetizer to your main meal. Many of the The Refinery’s accompanying preserves and sauces are made on-site, and the expert chefs source a number of locally made meats and cheeses, so you’ll find flavours from around British Columbia on every plate.

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