Vancouver is a bustling city on the Canadian west coast with thousands of options to check out if you love beer or if you’re a foodie. However, we wanted to narrow down a list of places to check out if your libation of choice is wine! Here are some best spots to check out in Vancouver if you’re a wine lover like us.


10 Must Visit Places for Wine Lovers in Vancouver


Salt Tasting Room

Specializing in artisan cheese and cured meat charcuterie boards to go along with carefully selected wine pairings, the Salt Tasting Room is focused on creating a positive experience for all wine lovers!



Brix & Mortar

Brix & Mortar is fully committed to providing their diners with fine wine and good food, and with their exceptional wine list, does not disappoint.



Grapes & Soda Wine Bar

Grapes & Soda is one Vancouver’s first natural wine bars. The sister restaurant to Farmer’s Apprentice, located in South Granville, has ever-changing array of organic and natural wines. With a relatively small location, Grapes & Soda is the perfect place to relax and have great conversation.


España Restaurant

España is Vancouver’s go-to spot for delicious tapas and Spanish wines. Some of their popular drink choices include the bubbly Cava or the house sangria.



L’uffico Wine Bar

L’uffico Wine Bar is an Italian restaurant nestled in the heart of Kitsilano, and is known for its expansive and well-rounded wine list!



The Stable House Bistro

With only 36 seats in house, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more relaxing spot to go for a glass of wine. A Granville favourite, their menu boasts feature wines from across the world, as well as local offerings, to pair with their European-derived food.


The Wine Bar

Beyond The Wine Bar’s “Tappy Hour” from 3-5pm every day, this impressive spot boasts one of the most wide-ranging wine lists in Vancouver and puts together truly incredible wine flights for you to try.



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Phnom Penh’s Cambodian and Vietnamese Restaurant

The food here is widely recognized as some of the best Cambodian you can find in Vancouver, with take out lines filling up quickly. Luckily, Phnom Penh only has a $15 corkage fee! So you get enjoy the chicken wings and butter beef in house, all with the comfort of your own wine!


Congee Noodle House

Main and Broadway’s traditional Cantonese eatery, Congee Noodle House, is a revelation to anyone I’ve spoken to. You can take it to the bank that the BBQ Pork with Noodle, the chicken congee, and honestly any of the chef’s revelations, are some of the best there is.

Best part of all? Only a $10 corkage fee to bring your own bottle of wine!


Ukrainian Village

If you’re looking for a genuine Ukrainian dining experience in downtown Vancouver, look no further than the Ukrainian Village restaurant. Check out some of their Grandma’s-recipe menu items such as borscht, perogies, cabbage rolls and more! And if this experience still isn’t quite authentic enough for you, bring your own eastern European-style wine with their low $10 corkage fee!


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