Fish House in Stanley Park
Nestled between the park's western bank of tennis courts and the
ornamentally superior Ted and Mary Greig Rhododendron Garden, this
popular eatery has the comfortable feel of a private lodge or sports
club. Built in the 1930s it was originally known as the Sports Tea Room
when it was then surrounded by an elk paddock.
Prospect Point Café
Like a perfectly placed crow's nest with the best views of the narrows
and Lions Gate Bridge, this eatery combines a quick café side with a
more relaxing sit down area where sheltering cedars sway in the ocean
breeze. Open year-round and affordable with a great gift shop.
Sheltered by towering trees and offering an unobstructed and
mouth-watering view of English Bay, this Ferguson Point landmark has
long been a culinary favourite from its genesis as a summer tearoom in
the 1950s to its present design reformation.
Stanley’s Park Bar + Grill
a rustic bar and grill located at the Stanley Park Pavilion, serving
great comfort food made from fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Stanley Park Pavilion
Vancouver's stately Stanley Park Pavilion, a rustic park-style building
from the turn of the last century, has been transformed into a classic
café where lunches and high teas melt into dinner-time menus, all
surrounded by one of the park's prettiest locations. Catering for
weddings and other functions are also on tap.