What's Good In Your Neighborhood: Olympic Village

Each month in our newsletter, we highlight a different neighborhood and what it has to offer.  Things from great restuarants and shops, to interesting attractions that make that specific place interesting.  Up this month?  Olympic Village.

 

 

 

Olympic Village is fairly new to our Vancouver landscape. Built for the 2010 Olympics, the neighborhood was transformed from run down, industrial waterfront to a vibrant, high end community.  With shops, restaurants and beautiful views, Olympic Village is a great place to be.  Here's some of our favourites:

 

Craft Beer Market

Craft is a HUGE restaurant with a great patio, and has 140 beers on tap. Craft has an exceptional beer list, ranging from local craft brews to international favourites.  Craft also has an extensive menu with really great food!  We recommend the tacos.  Yum!

 

The Flying Pig

If you're looking for amazing atmosphere and delicious food, The Flying Pig is your destination.  Their menu includes locally sourced ingredients and great reviews!  They also have a great 'Appy Hour!

Tap & Barrell

 

 

Tap and Barrell

Tap and Barrell is a great place for meeting friends or having a great meal outside on the waterfront patio.  Their food menu is excellent, the service is great and there's definitely something for everyone at Tap & Barrell.  Plus, their wine flights are just $9.95 on Wednesdays!

 

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