Where to Dine for Valentine’s Day 2018 in Vancouver

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With Dine Out Vancouver wrapping up this weekend (until February 4, 2018), the next big eating occasion out for Vancouverites will be Valentine’s Day. For those wanting to celebrate their love over a lovely multi-course meal, the city offers many restaurants eager to woo you with their culinary prowess.

Here are six establishments that have put together unique and sumptuous menus for paying tribute to the day of hearts.

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Where to Dine for Valentine’s Day 2018 in Vancouver

Provence Marinaside Now Offers 24 Bubbles By the Glass in Vancouver

Photo Credit: Emrys Horton

Nothing says celebration so much as a glass of bubbly. And especially with patio season nearly upon us, sipping one with a great Vancouver view before you is simply unbeatable.

Up until recently in the city, bubbly by the glass was fairly limited in selection. However, with technological innovations and establishments willing to revamp their wine lists, a wide selection of bubbly by the glass is now a reality. Provence Marinaside, for example, is launching a new bubbly program this month, making the celebratory an everyday possibility, whether you’re on a solo date, with a plus one, or a with a group of friends.

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Provence Marinaside Now Offers 24 Bubbles By the Glass in Vancouver

Concord Eats! September 17 – October 15

photo: Concord Pacific

Are you a self-proclaimed Vancouver Foodie snapping photos of delicious food wherever you eat? Share your photos with Concord Social this month (September 17th – October 15th) for chances to win weekly $100 gift certificates to Tourism Vancouver member restaurants including Il Giardino, Provence Marinaside, Le Crocodile and Minami Restaurant!
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Concord Eats! September 17 – October 15

Afternoon Delight: Afternoon Tea at Provence Marinaside

Afternoon Tea at Provence Marinaside. Photo © Dana Lynch

Afternoon Tea—a tea service plus light fare, usually involving scones and creme fraiche—is one European import that has been enjoying a renaissance in Vancouver for a few years now. Several restaurants and hotels offer truly high-end Afternoon (and High) Teas—Tiny Bites has a great list here that includes Bacchus Restaurant and the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s Tea at the Castle—but my favourite choice for casual Afternoon Tea at a fantastic price (just $20 per person) is Afternoon Tea at Provence Marinaside.

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Afternoon Delight: Afternoon Tea at Provence Marinaside