Seasons in the Park
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Centrally located and just a 10-minute drive from the Vancouver International Airport and Vancouver’s downtown core,
this glass-wrapped restaurant features stunning views of Vancouver’s shimmering city skyline, the North Shore Mountains and Pacific Ocean.
With innovative, seasonal dishes, the menu highlights West Coast and Pacific Rim influences and delivers clean, fresh, simple dishes. For private events Seasons in the Park offers four unique rooms, each boasting unparalleled views.
Seasons in the Park is the quintessential Vancouver dining experience; simply the very best the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Love the service, love the food, love the location!
A great dining experience! From the service to the food and the ambiance to the great scenary. It was a perfect night.
The server and service was very good. The food was amazing. The fish and chips were flaky and very tasty. The fries are crisp. The seafood chowder was excellent! Have eaten at Stanley Bar and Grill before and the food is always terrific.
Great food, great service, great atmosphere.
We went for our anniversary and it was very romantic
The waiter and staff were amazing
They seated us close to the window and brought a bday cake with candle
Truly outstanding service breathtaking view and great food and wine
Had a great time! Will visit again soon.
We had our 25th anniversary dinner on March 4th. Everything was amazing starting with the valet, coat check, table with the beautiful view of the city, great room and service. All of our meals were outstanding starting with appetizers, octopus, shrimps, truffle soup, bread and everything arrived promptly. For mains we had sable fish, steak, duck confit and kids pizza. Malbec and pinot grit by the glass we also fantastic. Creme brulee and chocolate cake was shared for desert. Very special and memorable dinner! Definetly five stars for all!
Food preparation and presentation was wonderful; service was excellent; and great ambiance.
Will definitely go back.
A lovely restaurant with fantastic view of downtown vancouver with mountain backdrop !! Food was delicious, service was great, valet parking was convenient and after lunch walk around the park was very pleasant.
Anniversary dinner turned out great! Food was flawless and the ambiance is wonderful! I told them earlier in the day when I made the reservation that this is an anniversary dinner and I would like a nice view. We ended up getting what I believe was the best table in the restaurant. The server was invested in ensuring a good experience and did her best to deliver and I think she did an amazing job! It's hard to go to places these days for dinner and not have one really bad thing stick out (often cleanliness, noise or bad service)... For Seasons in the Park, not a single thing to complain about. I could speak to my partner without having to shout, which is huge in my books given all other restaurants on weekend nights wants to pretend to be a night club. Servers were dressed professionally and clearly were hired for their merit in the industry and the cleanliness is world class.
Highly recommend the Seasons in the Park for a chill, classy and satisfying evening.
Awesome food, service and experience. Will be back again.
Great service, lovely view, and yummy food. I went there for brunch.
Lovely venue, decent noise level so could carry on a conversation
I had a wonderful surprise birthday party at Seasons in the Park, and everything was just outstanding from the wonderful service and the food.
I can highly recommend the place. thank you so much
Gorgeous views and great food, great place to take visitors
Some food were good, some didn't make the grade... my duck confit was dry. The atmosphere was nice. The view, if you had a window seat or window view was very nice. The parking is terrible but, valet is available.
Beautiful view and setting.
We are 4 people, when we finished dinner and seperated the bill, the waiter forced the 15% tip and told me in canada it should give tips, even he finally ask $2 tips not 15% (I think his Math is not good enough), but only ask me tips? why? Did i do anything bad to him? I don't think so. Food is good, but terrible experience for this.
The location of the restaurant is perfect for birthdays and other special events. The menu is varies and will suit all tastes
The restaurant is beautiful, well staffed, and good quality food and drink for a reasonable price. The staff was friendly and always available even though they were all obviously busy. The view was spectacular from, as far as I could tell, every table. The food was well presented, good portions, tasty, and reasonably priced. There was a good selection of menu options at various price points.
One of my favourite restaurants in Vancouver, i dine here every time i visit. On this occasion, i enjoyed the 3 course lunch menu, with each course being perfectly portioned and cooked. The service is friendly and prompt, and the views looking towards Vancouver downtown and the mountains are, of course, spectacular. After lunch, we enjoyed a leisurely walk through Queen Elizabeth Park and the Bloedel Conservatory.
Everything was lovely; the view, the ambience, our server (Melissa), our dinner of prime rib and Yorkshire pudding. The consistency of this restaurant to stay in the outstanding range is phenomenal. I love it.
I’m actually quite disappointed about this dinner. We were celebrating our aunt’s 71st birthday and were expecting to come to a lovely restaurant with a great view and impeccable service. We got the great view.
Our server started off strong. He was attentive and polite. He took our drink order and a busser dropped off bread. Then our food arrived. we all order steak. My husband’s was not medium rare and my aunt’s and mine were not medium but the server was no where to be found and didn’t do the “how we’re the first few bites?” Or else he would know. And he was no where to be seen to even flag down. He, finally, came by when we were almost finished to ask how the food was. Really? At the end? Then we ordered dessert which took an extended amount of time to come. My aunt ordered a cappuccino. My husband and I finished eating our desserts and no cappuccino and no server to be found anywhere to inquire. He, then, drops off the cappuccino claiming issues with the machine. Why would you not tell us when dessert was dropped off since the cappuccino should have come at the same time. He, then, tried to make small talk when we were paying the bill but, by then, it was too late. The food wasn’t good, the service was awful and then you try and make small talk?
my wife and i have been there several times the both of us enjoy everything about it can't fault will go again
Great brunch, fantastic views. Service a tad slow. Still, place is incredible, and is a must for dinning with out of town guests. I’ll be returning in a few weeks.
Amazing experience! My boyfriend and I celebrated our 6 year anniversary and our dinner was lovely as well as our server. It was his first time there and he loved the food, customer service and the view. Thank you very much and we will be back
Food was good and our server was excellent!
My only criticism is not having mashed potatoes as an option. Otherwise everything was great.
Great service from Lisa. Always enjoy. A little cold though.
Seasons in the park is such a beautiful restaurant with a beautiful setting.
The food is always delicious and the service is always great.
Our favorite place to stop for lunch after the drive from Seattle. They we go see the birds next door.
Outstanding food, service, ambiance, view! I was especially thrilled to see Manhattan clam chowder on the menu! It is almost impossible to find this tomato based clam chowder anywhere in the U.S. as most Americans prefer the cream based New England style clam chowder. Of course, I had to have the Manhattan clam chowder and it did not disappoint! Tasty and with a bit of heat that felt nice in my throat! Dinner was duck confit - cooked perfectly with a nice cabernet demi-glaze. Unfortunately, I was too full to have dessert but that gives me a reason to go back the next time I'm in Vancouver!
And I must mention the view. We got there after sunset so our view was of the sparkling night lights of the city instead. But still such a sight! And it started snowing lightly while we were on our main course so that made the view extra special!
One last thing, parking is at a premium even on a weekday night. Pay the $10.50 and have the valet park your car.