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1 Dinner in Vancouver/Gastown

DougOLis | Oct 12, 201310:51 AM     3

Hi all!

I moved up to Northern BC for work recently but will be in Vancouver for 1 night in a couple of weeks before a vacation back home. Hopefully will have more (and longer) trips in the future, but looking for 1 dinner spot right now.

Will probably end the night at Alibi for some craft beers so I'd like to find a restaurant somewhere in the general vicinity of that. Right now here are the options I'm considering:
Wildebeest - menu sounds interesting, reasonably priced and the cocktails sound great

L'Abbatoir - see it mentioned quite a bit more than Wildebeest but doesn't sound quite as interesting. Is the execution higher and better?

Boneta

Chambar

Bestie - late night drunk food for after Alibi?

I love izakaya too but it seems like the better places are sort of on the opposite end closer to Stanley Park.

Any good small traditional sushi places nearby? Omakase, sit at the bar, no rolls (or a limited amount), similar to what you'd find in Tokyo.

Thanks!

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