Where to dine on New Year’s Eve in Vancouver

End the year on a full stomach and a high note! From fine dining to dancing under the stars, these spots share the promise of New Year’s Eve festivity and culinary bliss. On December 31st, spoil yourself – you’ve earned it. [Photo courtesy of Wildebeest]

Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar

845 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K6

Nestled in the Sutton Place Hotel downtown, this classy establishment is presenting one heck of a rollout for New Year’s Eve. Before you head out to party, check in for a three-course meal featuring shrimp bisque, poached lobster tail, foie gras terrine, caviar and many other options. There are early and late sittings, each featuring live music.

Burdock & Co Restaurant

2702 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3E8

This Main Street restaurant features locally and ethically sourced ingredients, a homey atmosphere and excellent wine offerings. Once again, we have two dinner seatings, the later one is for those who want to ring in the new year at the restaurant. Share the tapas and the good times.

Homer St Cafe & Bar

898 Homer St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2W5

One of Yaletown’s finest dining spots, Homer St. Café and Bar is known for its chicken dishes – but on this occasion, they’re pulling out all the stops and offering a very eclectic three-course meal. Smoked duck, trout tartare, ling cod with lobster and leeks and a rotisserie rack of lamb. The food also comes with recommended wine pairings.

Relish The Restaurant

G5-888 Nelson St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H1

Located in Nelson Square downtown, Relish will be serving a four-course meal for New Year’s Eve, which includes soup or salad, your choice of appetizers, then a chicken, salmon, steak or conchiglie entrée followed by a mousse bomb or vanilla bean cheesecake. Party tix are also available for those wanting to really get down.

Spirit Cruises Ltd

450 Denman St, Vancouver, BC V6G 3J1

Now this is classy – pop the cork on a cruise vessel as it glides across the waterfront! Spirit Cruises’ New Year’s Eve dinner buffet will include baron of beef, slow roasted chicken, fish, pasta, a selection of salads and more, including dessert (vanilla cheesecake again!).

One of Burnaby’s most culturally rich neighbourhoods, the Heights looks back to a time before corporate uniformity triumphed over the Greater Vancouver area. Small businesses dominate, carrying on traditions and giving true value to their customers. Among those businesses are these eateries, each of them not only lip-smackingly good, but also owned and operated locally.
For downtown workers, casual strollers stepping off the Seawall, or just folks with a taste for good meals and drinks, look no further than these Coal Harbour spots. These inviting cafés and eateries are all ideal destinations to chill out while consuming tasty fare. Whether you’re an overwhelmed tourist, a panting jogger or a backlogged businessman, you can’t go wrong with these daytime establishments.
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