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The official Dine Out Vancouver may be ending on Sunday, but some restaurants have decided to offer the Dine Out menus just for a few more days.

Here is a list that I curated. I will continue to update this list as I hear more about other restaurants.

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Dine Out Vancouver is back! Running from January 17 to February 2, the prix fixe portion of this year’s program is the same as last year, with 4 price points at $15, $25, $35 and $45. There are also lunch options, usually at a cheaper price than dinner. Menu may not be the same as dinner, though, so the value for money is a bit debatable.

The menus are now live and reservations are open. As I was going through the menus, I noticed a lot of new restaurants, ones that I’ve never heard of before. There’s been a lot of openings and closures last year so it makes sense – but it’s also nice to know it’s not the same old list. Here are some suggestions, based on past experience (Dine Out or not) as well as menu attractiveness (e.g. value for the money, choice of ingredients, creativity in the menu, enough options for two people, etc.). Now keep in mind I curated the list based on my preference (as you know, I’m a meat lover and I’m biased against chicken and salmon), my way of thinking, so it may not all suit your taste. But hopefully this gives you a place to start.

I’ve included links to the menu to make it easier for you.

$15 Suggestions

Crispy Chicken Sandwich and Fries, Popina

$25 Suggestions

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Are you looking for gift ideas for your dearest? Or dining options on this special day? Here are some ideas:

Dining

  • Bacchus Restaurant – $135 per person 4-course dinner plus amuse bouche
  • Black + Blue – $85 per person for a 3-course dinner
  • Boathouse Restaurants – $55 or $65 for a 3-course dinner
  • Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar – $120 per person for a 4-course dinner plus amuse bouche and petits fours
  • Burdock & Co – $80 per person for a multi-course dinner. Only two seatings available with 34 seats each: 5:30/6pm and 8/8:30pm
  • C|Prime – $45 per person for a 3-course dinner
  • Cardero’s – a la carte 3-course menu
  • CIBO Trattoria – $68 per person for a 4-course dinner. You can also order this menu a la carte.
  • CinCin – $85 per person for a 4-course dinner
  • Crowbar – $200 per couple for 32 oz organic dry-aged ribeye steak cooked to order, served alongside freshly baked bread, feature pasta and two sides, all capped off by a sinfully decadent dessert. Only 14 sets available.
  • Dockside Restaurant – $75 per person for a 4-course dinner
  • Federico’s – $100 per person for a 4-course dinner, with live music and dancing

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The official Dine Out Vancouver may have ended on Sunday, but some restaurants have decided to offer the Dine Out menus just for a few more days.

Sandbar DOVF 2019 7 oz Prime New York Striploin

7 oz Prime New York Striploin at Sandbar Restaurant

Here are their respective extended end date and menu. The list is very short this year. I will keep updating the list if I hear more.

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Dine Out Vancouver is back! Did you know I’ve been doing Dine Out Vancouver since, like, forever? My first year was when Rob Feenie still had his restaurants and I was there for DOVF.

Running from January 18 to February 3, the prix fixe portion of this year’s program has changed to 4 price points – $15, $25, $35 and $45. There are also more lunch and brunch options, usually at a cheaper price than dinner. This would give an opportunity to try the pricier restaurants with less.

The menus are now live and reservations are open. Actually, Aeroplan members already had access since Monday, so I had the opportunity to go through all the menus. Here are some suggestions, based on past experience (Dine Out or not) as well as menu attractiveness (e.g. value for the money, choice of ingredients, creativity in the menu, enough options for two people, etc.). Now keep in mind I curated the list based on my preference (as you know, I’m a meat lover), my way of thinking, so it may not all suit your taste. But hopefully this gives you a place to start.

I’ve included links to the menu to make it easier for you.

$15 Suggestions

  • Brewhall
  • Chutney Villa (Last year was $20 so I’m guessing portion size would be smaller this year, or it’s super deal for $5 less!)
  • Popina
Chutney Villa Dine Out Vancouver 2018

Chutney Villa Dine Out Vancouver 2018

$25 Suggestions

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