Design Studio · Downtown Eastside · 1 tips and reviews
citieguy: Check out the great designs by talented ceramicist David M. Robinson as he launches his first official space in a hipper Chinatown. S & P heads, plates adorned w skeletons are among the must haves.
Coffee Shop · Grandview-Woodland · 36 tips and reviews
citieguy: Though the Drive has lots of choice, this minimalist box seems like it was transplanted from New York or London. It gurgles with creative types, local hipsters, and travel escapees. Sip slowly.
10 Water St (btwn Abbott & Carrall), Vancouver, BC
Coffee Shop · Gastown · 48 tips and reviews
citieguy: After checking out Orling & Wu and Inform Interiors, this Gastown place with inner courtyard tables or comfy inside seats is the perfect place to watch people and plan your new great project.
315 Carrall St (btwn Cordova & Hastings), Vancouver, BC
Café · Gastown · 44 tips and reviews
citieguy: If the place is crowded, don't hesitate to stand at the wall bar with your cup, as required in many places around the world, and indulge. Otherwise, grab a seat at the communal table and relax.
750 Hornby St (btw Robson & W Georgia), Vancouver, BC
Café · Downtown Vancouver · 37 tips and reviews
citieguy: After being inspired by the art, try the fresh specials of the day like buffalo chili, nut encrusted tilapia, or seafood risotto. Same room for home style desserts, too. Relax as the world goes by.
322 W Hastings St (btwn Homer & Hamilton), Vancouver, BC
Taco Place · Downtown Vancouver · 57 tips and reviews
citieguy: The smooth, slightly cinnamony taste of fresh horchata to sip in between devouring Vancouver's best, fresh, natural tacos is worth walking across the city for. Take a card and see your fortune.