Monday, July 14, 2008

Places Where I Want to Eat When I Get Back to Vancouver (in no particular order) - UPDATE!

Yaletown Brewing Company
White Spot (Yeah, it turns out I miss the place, who would've thought that was possible) This was the first restaurant I ate at when I got back.
The Howe Sound Inn and Brewing Company
The Observatory
Moderne Burger (I've never been there, but it's "Moderne", so it will be like having the burger of tomorrow [wait for it] TODAY!)
The Owl and Engineer
One of the Boat Houses
One of The Kegs
The Red Onion
Tea at The Empress (shut up, I can have tea wherever I want)
French press coffee at that coffee bar out by UBC (I can't remember the name of it) I couldn't find this place when I was in the area recently, so I don't think it exists any more.
Rugby Club Beach Grille
The JJ Bean on Commercial Drive I ordered their iced mocha coffee when I was there recently and they didn't blend it. It was disappointing.
My place, wherever that turns out to be
Sunrise Pizza on Commercial Drive (Packrat, that means you!)
Someone find me a replacement for Granville Sushi!
Central City Brew Pub Mmmm, I love that place.
Red Robin (I miss the dry ribs)
New India Buffet & Restaurant (Cindy...) This place has an excellent patio, much better than the patio at Wahoo2 in Belleville. I spilled curry on one of my favourite shirts when I was there.
The Irish Heather (I want to try the whiskey there [then I'll need someone to carry me out])
Our Town Cafe (Mmm, iced chai tea with Bailey's, mind you, iced Bailey's and tai chi could be nice too) I had some spare time when I was in the area, so I snuck in for a drink. Next I would like to try chai tea while doing tai chi. [Yeah, I never get tired of that joke]
Mark Twain Restaurant (I've never been there before, but I like reading Mark Twain so it naturally follows that I'll like the restaurant)
The Orange Room
Hons (I don't care which one, but if we go to the the one in Chinatown, I want to do the night market. It's strange, I know, but I miss Chinese culture.)
Dave's Fish and Chips
Uncle Herbert's too They're now a Tex-Mex restaurant. They're not bad, but it was a bit of a surprise.
Washington Avenue Grill
The restaurant at the Experience Music Project (that can wait for a while though [but if we're going to be in Seattle anyway, this time we're getting into the first Starbucks, no matter how many people we have to kill, or hostages we have to take])
That kolache (whatever the spelling is) place on Beatty, next to Starbucks
The Mongoli Grill
The Pho restaurant on Broadway (Dave, Jenn, come on)
Toko (they've got deep fried coconut milk)
Memphis Blues (I'd like to go to the one on Commercial Drive)
Well, I didn't make it to the one on Commercial because they now have one in North Vancouver. The parking is much better, and it's always nice to be in North Van.
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