Welcome to Vancouver! If you have reached this page, most likely your stylist has wanted to send you this secret link of our Vancouver hot-spots. Enjoy!
Modern Chinese Fusion, social atmosphere – dinner hot-spot, everything on the menu is amazing
Internationally known Indian fusion restaurant. No reservations and always busy but they feed you snacks while your waiting. Yum.
New Vancouver hot-spot. Modern Latin Tapas. Look for the neon skull out front.
Salt Tasting Room
Wine, cheese and charcuterie, in a minimal industrial modern space, in a sketchy alley.
Best beer menu in Vancouver, fresh food, great atmosphere. Get the Mushroom hazelnut pate.
Warning: it's busy place, get there early!
Nelson the Seagull
Great coffee, great sandwiches, salads, tea, very cool and chill atmosphere
Upstairs bar, cool space with exposed brick, etc. Has some yummy tapas type things on the menu as well, but mainly a bar. Not stiff by any means, fun.
French and so so good. Ask to sit in the back, beautiful solarium-type space. (not upstairs!)
Perhaps one of our favorites. Great food, always awesome nights. Get the smoked olives for sure.
Authentic Japanese tapas restaurant, they actually yell a greeting to you when you walk in. Very delicious, inexpensive and lively. Everything on the menu is amazing.
Healthy, fresh, Lebonese. Great atmosphere.
Guilt and Company
Live music, minimal or no cover, basement wine bar
Inner Space Yoga
The best yoga studio in the city. Check their schedule and if you opt for one of Chris's mellow classes, say hi from us! He's an awesome guy.
Amazing all-flat family-style bike ride, goes around Stanley Park, lots of fun stops along the way. You can rent bikes at Denman and Georgia.
Hippy, healthy eclectic neighbourhood good for strolling. Italian community = great coffee. Dilly Dally is the best toy store ever.
Ok, I know, this isn't a secret by any means, but here's the fun part: from Yaletown, take the Granville Island ferry ($4.25)
Sea to Sky Highway
One of most beautiful drives in the world. Period. Go on a sunny or clear day. From Vancouver to Whistler takes 3 hours return.
-The Chief: pull off the road into the parking lot and pull your binoculars out. You can sometimes spot the many climbers on this massive internationally known rock.
-Smoke Bluffs: stop here even if you're not a climber. 10 minutes walk/hike and you get to watch climbers from the bottom of their climbs. Super inspiring.
-Alice Lake: great beach, swimming, beautiful. (or Cat Lake if you want something more secret!)