Lonsdale Quay
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North Vancouver


 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

North Vancouver's dining scene is best-known for its top-end West Coast cuisine, but plenty of mainstream chain restaurants offer alternatives for families and the budget-minded.

Also, check out pubs with patio views, homegrown coffee shops, and ethnic eateries on the North Shore.

Notable dining districts include the villages of Ambleside, Dundarave, Edgemont, and Deep Cove, as well as Lonsdale Avenue and Marine Drive. The Lonsdale Quay Market, right across Burrard Inlet from downtown Vancouver, is packed with specialty food stalls and several good restaurants.

West Coast Cuisine

Some of the North Shore's finest locally inspired cuisine is dished up with impressive views of downtown Vancouver and orange-pink sunsets.

Dine on Grouse Mountain

Try the hillside-perched Salmon House (2229 Folkstone Wy) in West Vancouver for alder-grilled salmon and BC wines. Dinners at The Observatory high atop Grouse Mountain feature the likes of ahi tuna tartare and Vancouver Island lamb loin.

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