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A neighbourhood bar bistro – serving an updated take on traditional French bistro fare.
Discover a beautifully renovated interior that combines old world classic bistro elements with modern touches and a French-inspired menu that blends classic culinary flavours of Paris with the use of fresh west coast ingredients.
A dynamic bar scene serves seasonal in-house and classic cocktails and a great selection of local and draft beers on tap as well as an eclectic mix of approachable wines built from the regions of France.
The perfect place for a business lunch, meeting friends out on the patio, everyday dining, special celebrations or brunch with the family.
Come for the scene. Stay for the service. Return for the fare.
Located at the corner of Howe Street and Canada Place Way
Winner of Georgia Straight's Golden Plate for Best Japanese Restaurant in Vancouver
TimeOut's 20 best restaurants in Vancouver to eat in 2022
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Executive Chef: Kazuhiro Hayashi
Exceptionally delicious West Coast cuisine, served with impeccable service in a sophisticated and welcoming environment – Showcase is the place that locals and guests feel at home while discovering something new.
If you are just looking for a place to relax and visit with friends and colleagues, join us in Showcase Bar. Watch a game, relax and enjoy one of our local beers on tap or a glass of wine.
The Lobby Lounge and RawBar at Fairmont Pacific Rim has become renowned for its innovative presentation and quality of ingredients and features signature items such as one-of-a-kind sushi rolls, donburi bowls, and a lunchtime favourite – the Bento Box.
The team also recommends Omakase (chef’s choice) - a ‘surprise and delight’ element that enables the chefs to create a unique experience for our guests.
Conveniently situated in Coal Harbour, we are located at the intersection of Burrard and Cordova, a short walk from Canada Place, Vancouver Convention Centre, cruise ship terminals and the sea bus.
found on the West Coast of Canada. Upscale plates in a down-to-earth space lets everyone
know they are welcome to pull up a chair—a place designed as much for special occasions as
for spontaneous pop-ins.
Our menu will change with the seasons as we embrace the temperamental nature of the West
Coast and its micro-seasons, aligning with the Italian philosophy of using what is in your own
backyard. We source as much as we can close to home and use imported Italian goods
Our restaurant is located at the Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre West in downtown Vancouver's Coal Harbour district. Look for the Douglas Coupland Digital Orca sculpture and our vast patio with 300 waterfront patio seats and large red umbrellas. If you are interested in private dining, we have a spectacular private waterfront room, called the Barrel Room, overlooking the inlet. We look forward to serving you!
- PSPaulSvipVancouver / British Columbia •20 reviews5.0Dined 2 days ago** Great Dinner! We shared an appy and ordered the soy and ginger chicken wings! So good! Our mains were the Sablefish and the Salmon, both were delicious! Server was great, and we did not feel it was over priced. Definitely recommend!More infoShowcase Restaurant & BarPrice: Moderate• Regional American (Northwest)• Coal Harbour•4.6
- BMBillMVancouver / British Columbia •19 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoWe have been to CHOP's Richmond location many times and thought we would try the new Coal Harbour location. We were not disappointed. Spectacular view of Canada Place, attentive server and great food.More infoCHOP Steakhouse & Bar - Coal HarbourPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Coal Harbour•4.4
- CCCristinaCVancouver / British Columbia •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoLunch is excellent. Enjoyed the lobster risotto and dessert.More infoBotanistPrice: Expensive• Regional American (Northwest)• Coal Harbour•4.8
- NnatbaileyvipVancouver / British Columbia •18 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We always love the food and service in Joe Fortes, this is why its an institution here in Vancouver. You cant go wrong with the food! The service is always impeccable.More infoJoe Fortes VancouverPrice: Expensive• Seafood• West End•4.7
- RHRainyHere604Vancouver / British Columbia •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Everything was wonderful. The music was a bit too loud. Our server, François, was excellent given the number of tables he had in his section. Also, it was New Year’s Day.More infoTableau Bar BistroPrice: Expensive• Contemporary French• Coal Harbour•4.7
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