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mlgagnon | Nov 6, 201610:12 AM     8

I ill be in Vancouver for three days later this month. I am interesting in wine tasting and wonder which restaurants offer wine flights? I am staying at the Hotel Vancouver and would prefer places within walking distance. We will have a car so it there is a great place a bit of a drive away I will consider it.

I am developing my wine tasting skills and find that flights are a great way to see how different wines pair with various foods.

So in this instance I am more interested in a restaurants wines than food, but of course food is important too. I am travelling with another adventuresome foodie (but non drinker, so buying a bottle of wine is out). We enjoy a variety of foods and trying things not available in our small town.

Are there any Chilean or South American restaurants in YVR you would recommend?

Where to go for steak? Hy's, Mortons, I am not sure what the go to place is today?

Budget, considering only one of us will be drinking, $300.00 per meal max

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