Get Cozy this Winter at Vancouver’s Heated (and Covered!) Patios
Baby, it’s cold outside! But thanks to awnings, heaters and cozy blankets, patio season is still alive and well at many restaurants Vancouver. So cozy up – here’s a list of eateries and bars with outdoor where you can enjoy Happy Hour or eat a hearty meal without catching a chill!
With a stunning view of both Coal Harbour and Stanley Park, the two-story patio at Lift Bar Grill View is a coveted place to sit with a glass of wine and a cozy blanket – perfect for a date! With heaters and a fire pit available on the patio, you can take in the stellar views all year round. Enjoy their happy hour specials daily from 3 till 6 pm.
Address: 333 Menchion Mews | Website
Reflections Winter Patio opening is one of the season’s most anticipated events. Located on the fourth floor of the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, The Garden Terrace transforms into a magical winter oasis to enjoy the colder months in comfort.
Address: 801 West Georgia Street | Website
With views of the Marina and Stanley Park, Happy Hour is always scenic at Cardero’s. Conveniently located right on Coal Harbour, this marina-side restaurant is just off the Seawall. Cozy up under blankets and heaters while enjoying great food and drink.
Address: 1583 Coal Harbour Quay | Website
The Distillery Bar + Kitchen
Located in the heart of Yaletown, The Distillery Bar + Kitchen has two heated patios where you can people-watch over a bottle of wine and flavourful pasta. But before you settle down outside with a cocktail or for brunch, check out the art deco decor and the impressive chandelier above the bar. This eatery and bar pay homage to the 1920’s Prohibition-era in beautiful style.
Address: 1131 Mainland Street | Website
The Keg Yaletown
The Keg Yaletown boasts a heated patio with a fantastic city skyline and mountain view, which makes for a scenic brunch or happy hour in the heart of Yaletown. Enjoy the view over brunch or cocktails with friends!
Address: 1011 Mainland Street | Website
The Boathouse Kitsilano
The Kitsilano location of The Boathouse offers visitors and locals a year-round Kits Beach with their heated patio. Rain or shine, a meal or drink at the Boathouse will feel like a beach day. An extensive Happy Hour menu makes for wanting to come back again and again.
Address: 1305 Arbutus Street | Website
Steamworks has one of the larger covered patios in Downtown Vancouver. It’s a good spot to watch a football or hockey game, have brunch, or check out Happy Hour. They also have Canada’s only steam-powered brewery right on site, so be sure to enjoy one of their seasonal craft beer offerings.
Address: 375 Water St | Website
MARKET by Jean-Georges
Located on the third level of Shangri-La Hotel Vancouver, MARKET offers a casual, but upscale menu with seasonally and regionally focused ingredients. Their meals come out looking lovely and the patio will protect you from any elements, winter or summer.
Address: 1115 Alberni Street, 3rd floor | Website
Dalina is a popular cafe in the Chinatown district, that serving up brunch and Italian inspired food. Their menu selection is always changing and everything is made in-house on a daily basis. Be sure to grab a latte or one of their hearty salads and relax on the patio with a book or for a catch up with friends.
Address: 687 Main Street | Website
Pier 7 Restaurant
If you’re wanting to combine a Seabus trip with a patio brunch or Happy Happy, be sure to check out Pier 7 Restaurant. While you’re normally facing the North Shore mountains when visiting Vancouver, this is you opportunity to enjoy the view of the Downtown Vancouver skyline.
Address: 25 Wallace Mews Road, North Vancouver | Website
The Roof at Black + Blue
With it’s third floor, rooftop placement, the aptly named The Roof at Black + Blue features an impressive view of the city with an equally hip and cozy vibe. Combine that with an excellent steak, a glass of red, and good company, and you’re all set!
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Source: Inside Vancouver