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6 expert recommendations
Part tapas restaurant, part up-tempo bar, this bustling, often noisy hole-in-the-wall claims to have launched Vancouver's small-plates trend. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
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 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. Full review →
A “favorite” Downtown “tapas joint”, this “hole-in-the-wall” with a “fun feel” offers “casual” drinks paired with “spot-on” International small plates. Full review →