Vancouver’s 10 Best Family Restaurants, According to OpenTable

Restaurant reservation platform OpenTable has released its list of the 10 best family restaurants in Vancouver

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If you’re looking to celebrate spring break with a family meal (or two) at a local restaurant, you’re in luck.

Restaurant reservation platform open table has released its list of the 10 best family restaurants in Vancouver. Chosen for ticking tasty boxes like neighborhood, kid-friendly menu options, proximity to notable local attractions, and more off the list, the OpenTable suite aims to offer something for everyone.

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Research commissioned by the company indicates that dining out is among the top three activities to do during March Break. According to OpenTable, 28 per cent of parents in Western Canada plan to take the whole family out to eat this week. Additional family activities that trended high in their research findings included watching movies and going outdoors for fresh air and activities.

Here is the list of 10 family restaurants in Vancouver for dinner during spring break:

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Marcello Ristorante & Pizzeria (1404 Commercial Dr., Vancouver)

This Italian restaurant offers Neapolitan-style wood-fired pizzas and features daily menu specials just for families.

The Keg Grill and Bar (several locations including Richmond, Langley, and downtown Vancouver)

The perfect place to celebrate a major milestone, the steakhouse offers elevated entrees for adults, as well as an exclusive menu including sirloin burgers for kids and chicken tenders for ages 12 and under.

Bin 4 Burger Parlor (several locations including Victoria, Burnaby and South Granville)

Considered the best place to eat burgers and really, who doesn’t love a burger? — Bin 4 Burger serves classic topping combinations, as well as some curveballs.

Chickpeas Restaurant (4298 Main St., Vancouver)

Are you looking for a healthy option? Look no further than this “urban restaurant” that, as its name suggests, puts the almighty chickpea front and center on its menu.

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Miso Tacos (219 Union St., Vancouver)

Tacos are always a crowd pleaser. This downtown restaurant adds a twist to favorites by offering Mexican-Japanese street cuisine, like Kimchi Nacho Fries and Teriyaki Taco Bowls.

The Dutch house Pannekoek (several locations including Burrard Landing)

A breakfast favorite since 1975, this dining destination serves “Dutch cuisine and West Coast favorites.”

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Bells and whistles (East Vancouver and Dunbar)

Billed as a “feels like home” restaurant, this restaurant serves pub-inspired fare for a unique take on elevated yet approachable comfort food.

Stanley Park Brewery and Brewery (8901 Stanley Park Dr., Vancouver)

Come enjoy the food (and craft beers, of course) and stay for the stunning views of this iconic Stanley Park restaurant.

Guu (several locations including West End and Thurlow)

Billed as the “first Izakaya (Japanese tapas) establishment in Vancouver,” Guu serves chicken curry, Japanese hotpots and more.

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Takenaka Ongiri Cafe (1370 E Georgia St., Vancouver)

Takenaka, the physical location of the popular food truck, serves Japanese street food and kid-friendly bento boxes. And don’t skip dessert!

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