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La Pentola

  0.02 miles from Opus Hotel 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After a couple of hits and misses, Yaletown’s Opus Hotel has finally got its restaurant right with this offshoot of Kitsilano’s popular La Quercia (3689 W. 4th Ave.; [tel] 604/676-1007;... — Frommer's

This chic dining room at the Opus, Yaletown's most stylish hotel, serves innovative interpretations of Italian classics. The pastas are homemade, the fish is freshly grilled, and dishes... — Fodor's

“Housemade pasta that transports you” and other “inventive” Northern Italian dishes are the main attraction at this “stylish” Yaletown ristorante in the OPUS Hotel; the “tasty” meals are... — Zagat

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Rodney's Oyster House

Seafood   0.04 miles from Opus Hotel 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This faux fishing shack in Yaletown has one of the city's widest selections of oysters (up to 18 varieties), from locally harvested bivalves to exotic Japanese kumamotos. — Fodor's

If you’re after oysters, this fish shack lookalike is the place. — Rough Guide

Oysters, oysters, oysters --- that sums up the featured menu item at this always-hopping Yaletown seafood spot housed in a restored century-old warehouse. Rodney'™s shucks up to a dozen... — Gayot

“For those in love with the bounties of the ocean”, this “boisterous and fun” Yaletown “staple” goes “beyond expectations” with a “reliably fresh seafood” roster led by “oysters, oysters... — Zagat

Vancouver's favorite oyster eatery for many years, Rodney's always has a buzz about it. — Lonely Planet

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The Flying Pig Yaletown

  0.04 miles from Opus Hotel 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Yaletown's best midrange restaurant is a warm, woodsy bistro that has mastered the art of friendly service and saliva-triggering, gourmet comfort food. Dishes focus on seasonal local... — Lonely Planet

Lofties, suits and other regulars pack this hopping Yaletowner for Pacific Northwest fare served in a well-restored warehouse space with exposed beams and an open kitchen. — Zagat

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Cioppino's Mediterranean Grill

Italian   0.08 miles from Opus Hotel 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From butternut squash to beef cheeks, pasta couldn't be more perfect, but pretty much everything is, including gracious, first-class service. — BlackBook

Cioppino's is the place where expense accounts go to die. — Time Out

It’s hard to categorize this inviting Yaletown restaurant with warm, cherrywood interior – the name comes from San Francisco’s cioppino fish stew, but some food is French-influenced, other Italian. — Rough Guide

Chef/owner Giuseppe “Pino” Posteraro serves Mediterranean cuisine at Cioppino’s and its sister restaurant next door, Enoteca. — Travel + Leisure

A fragrant seafood stew, cioppino is the signature dish at this lofty candlelit room. — Fodor's

Yaletown Brewing Co

Breweries   0.09 miles from Opus Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Yaletown’s iconic brew pub is still going strong, recently adding a liqour store, micro distillery and a new distillery pub to its flagship pub / restaurant. — On the Grid

Well-situated, spacious bar and restaurant great for groups or warm weather nights on the seasonal patio. — BlackBook

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Blue Water Cafe

Seafood   0.12 miles from Opus Hotel 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a former warehouse, Blue Water Café serves fresh regional seafood in an industrial-chic dining room designed with exposed ceiling ducts. — Travel + Leisure

Executive chef Frank Pabst focuses his menu on both popular and lesser-known local seafood. — Fodor's

Blue Water won the top prize for "Best Seafood" and "Best Formal Restaurant" in the 2011 Vancouver magazine restaurant awards. — Frommer's

Executive chef Frank Pabst is a leader in regard to responsible seafood practices. He created the annual Unsung Heroes dining festival to spotlight often under-appreciated yet bountiful... — Gayot

Freshly shucked oysters, delicately flavoured sushi and simply prepared seafood in a swanky room. — Time Out

Elbow Room Coffee Shop

Cafés   0.15 miles from Opus Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Prepare to be offended. Owner Patrick Savoie, a flamingly gay Québécois, specialises in (well-rehearsed) verbal abuse that he and his staff hurl with every cup of coffee. Celebrities... — Time Out

This is a great spot for hearty comfort food if you're downtown. Breakfast is served all day—the omelets are fluffy, the bacon is crisp, and the portions are generous. — Fodor's

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Juno Vancouver Sushi Bistro

  0.16 miles from Opus Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are perhaps more sushi shops in Vancouver than there are Starbucks, but the truly great, affordable ones are harder to find. Yet everyone needs good sushi within walking distance.... — On the Grid

In a city known for its Japanese food, this tiny storefront restaurant is a good choice for classic sushi and sashimi, and contemporary izakaya-style small plates. — Fodor's

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Provence Marinaside

French   0.16 miles from Opus Hotel 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mediterranean cuisine all day long. Or, order a picnic to go, and take the active West Coast approach to life.  — Insight Guides

Pacific Northwest seafood and antipasti take center stage in the big, comfortable Yaletown dining room. — Gayot

The marina-view patio makes a sunny breakfast or lunch spot, and the take-out counter is a great place to put together a picnic. — Fodor's

There's a serious seafood fixation at this French-approach restaurant just across from Yaletown's False Creek waterfront. — Lonely Planet

Weekend brunches are bustling on this patio, which affords stunning views of adjacent yacht marina, while they break moist croissants and sip a strong French press. — BlackBook

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Nuba

Middle Eastern   0.18 miles from Opus Hotel 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You could make a meal of meze—appetizers like falafel, tabbouleh, or crispy cauliflower served with tahini—at this subterranean Lebanese restaurant. — Fodor's

This sliver of a Seymour Street cafe is one of a growing number of Nuba Restaurants -- a new favorite for quick, healthy, vegetarian and Lebanese eats. — Frommer's

Pita stuffed with crisp pillows of falafal makes a quick and easy lunch, but hang around for a table full of mezze and you won't be disappointed. — Time Out

From the popular weekend Brunch Mexicana to Lebanese-influenced specials and a global chef-in-residence program that changes seasonally, Nuba’s menu reads like a stamp-filled passport. — BlackBook

Superb, affordable Lebanese restaurant which has opened a number of locations around town in response to its enormous popularity. — Rough Guide

Twisted Fork Bistro

French   0.26 miles from Opus Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This casual and delightful bistro on Granville is a little bit French, but nevertheless decidedly local. — On the Grid

Granville Strip's best brunch, this narrow, art-lined bistro feels as if it should be somewhere else. But even clubbers need to eat well sometimes. The menu is a well-curated array of... — Lonely Planet

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Templeton Restaurant

Diners   0.28 miles from Opus Hotel 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is funky writ large, with family-friendly comfort food from soups and salads to unpretentious "gourmet" burgers and homestyle specialties like mac and cheese. — BlackBook

Burgers are made with organic beef, the prices are cheap, portions huge and service is friendly. — Time Out

Fun diner with a hip clientele and 1950s-era vinyl booths, mini-jukeboxes and soda fountain. — Rough Guide

A chrome-and-vinyl '50s-look diner with a twist, Templeton chefs up plus-sized organic burgers, addictive fries, vegetarian quesadillas and the best hangover cure in town. — Lonely Planet

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Homer St. Cafe and Bar

  0.33 miles from Opus Hotel 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Moist” rotisserie chicken “done right” and other “high-end home cooking” lures “a stylish crowd” to this “inviting” Downtown cafe and bar, where the “super-cool” setting merges “a... — Zagat

Chicken is the specialty at this classy bistro where the juicy rotisserie-roasted birds are served with peewee potatoes and (optionally) an extra portion of crispy skin. Other creative... — Fodor's

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Lupo Restaurant

Italian   0.34 miles from Opus Hotel 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

We like the pizzettas, crisp and not too cheesy, such as a margherita and prosciutto. Salads are winners, fresh, leafy and lightly dressed. — Gayot

Romance is in the air in this downtown Victorian-era building with large bay windows overlooking the city and an open fireplace. — DK Eyewitness

A “truly Italian feast” awaits at this “cozy” Downtown “retreat” offering a “diverse menu” including “innovative” pastas and “fantastic specials” in a “cute” converted 19th-century house;... — Zagat

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Cibo Trattoria

Italian   0.34 miles from Opus Hotel 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Neil Taylor cooked at London's River Café before running the kitchen at this fine and funky trattoria. — Fodor's

One of the best restaurants in the city, thanks to the cooking of British chef Neil Taylor (ex-River Café in London). The bold, white-washed decor belies the down-to-earth Italian food,... — Rough Guide

“Go hungry” to this “authentic” Italian adjoining an artfully restored heritage hotel Downtown for “always-brilliant pasta” and other “beautifully prepared” dishes courtesy of chef Faizel... — Zagat

Surprisingly cozy with see-through fireplace and exposed timbers, Cibo's got flavorful dishes served in warm, eclectically grand style. — BlackBook

Intimate Cibo Trattoria, housed in the 100-year-old Moda Vancouver Hotel, is located near the Orpheum Theatre. The restaurant delights with towering pieces of local pop art that contrast... — Gayot

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GuuGarden

Japanese   0.41 miles from Opus Hotel 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Vancouver-based Guu chain of restaurants is legendary as much for the rambunctious atmosphere, as for the food. — On the Grid

Expect an “authentic izakaya experience” at this midpriced chainlet where the “original”, “modern Japanese tapas” offer a “mouthful of mmmm”; servers “yelling out orders” add to the... — Zagat

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Bin 941 Tapas Parlour

International   0.41 miles from Opus Hotel 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A hopping, intimate spot that's packed almost every night, cave-like Bin 941 kicked off Vancouver's small-plates fever a few years back, and they haven't lost their touch. — Lonely Planet

The Bin has had numerous imitators, but this is the original - a funky hole in the wall, where the music throbs, the tables are tight and the flavours rock 'n' roll. — Time Out

No one seems to have a bad word for Bin 941. It’s tiny, slightly crazy and packed long and late with people drawn by the up-tempo bar and some of the city’s best bite-sized food. The... — Rough Guide

Bin 941 remains the place for trendy tapas dining. The food that alights on the bar and eight tiny tables is delicious and fun, and the wine list is great. — Frommer's

A “favorite” Downtown “tapas joint”, this “hole-in-the-wall” with a “fun feel” offers “casual” drinks paired with “spot-on” International small plates; a “super-small” space with “coveted... — Zagat

Memphis Blues Barbeque House

Barbecue   0.41 miles from Opus Hotel 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hole-in-the-wall barbecue pit has made a name for itself with corn-pone, Southern-boy barbecue smoked for hours over a low-heat, hardwood fire. — Frommer's

Vancouver's vibrant Commercial Drive is known for ethnic diversity and culinary surprises, and Memphis Blues Barbecue House is no exception to that rule. Half fast-food joint and half... — Travel + Leisure

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Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge

French   0.42 miles from Opus Hotel 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the Wedgewood Hotel, Bacchus is one of the city's choicest spots for power lunches. — Time Out

Elegance and creative, modern French food in an old-world setting sums up the Bacchus dining experience. — Gayot

For the same point of pride, the wine list is a deep one with broad international offerings, and cocktails feature all the top brands today's shot-callers demand. — BlackBook

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Cafe Medina

Middle Eastern   0.48 miles from Opus Hotel 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Exotically perfect” Moroccan-inspired dishes and “famed” Belgian waffles draw “long line-ups” to this “bright” daytime cafe, serving “incredibly flavourful” Mediterranean fare for... — Zagat

Bigger and brighter digs only enhanced the appeal of Café Medina. A bustling counter for takeaway coffee and Belgian waffles satisfies those in a rush while easing hunger pangs of patient... — Gayot

At this lively breakfast-brunch cafe with bistro pretensions, finding a table can be tricky. But it's worth the wait if you're a Belgian waffle fan: the light and fluffy treats come with... — Lonely Planet

Don’t leave town without ordering the fricassee with short ribs ($16) at this Mediterranean hideaway famed for brunch. Menu highlights include the salmon fumé (a ciabatta sandwich with... — Rough Guide

Originally just coffee and waffles. Medina eschews the greasy spoon with gourmet toppings and sides, eggy delights and a fabulous fricasse created by next door Chambar's star Belgian chef. — BlackBook

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