Main Street in Vancouver

Main Street in Vancouver Antique Row
What it's Known for: Antiques and vintage shops off the Broadway corridor; easily accessible to downtown (10-20 minute drive); densely populated with a relatively safe community-feel; Queen Elizabeth Park (Vancouver's highest point).

Inhabitants are: Young artists, active professionals and families.

The Antique Market brings you over three decades of experience in the vintage antiques business. Located in the heart of Antique Row on Main Street, Vancouver

Antique Row
This district is on Main Street, between 16th and 25th Avenues. Many stores feature traditional antiques and 20th century nostalgia, ranging from art deco accessories to 1950s and 60s kitschy retro items. Sunday afternoons tends to be the busiest time, attracting groups of browsers and window shoppers.

Second Time Around
4428 Main St.
A fabulous collection of antique furniture, from Victorian England to vintage 50's "post-modern" design. Twice voted Vancouver's #1 Antique Store.

Sugar Barrel Antiques
4285 Main St.
Large selection of fine antique furnishings from the 18th to 20th centuries, especially Victorian and Art Deco. Imports from Scotland arrive every six weeks. Established 1967. Shipping anywhere. Sugar Barrel Antiques is open daily from 10.30 a.m.-5.30 p.m. and on Sundays 12-5 p.m.

The Antique Market
4280 Main St.
Over three decades of experience in the vintage antiques business, this family operated store's specialties run the spectrum from stained glass windows, architectural iron, wrought iron gates, fencing, brass and iron beds to china cabinets, armoires, sideboards, bedside tables, dining room tables and chairs. The Antique market is open 7 days a week.

Vancouver Architectural Antiques
2403 Main St
Authentic antique lighting, stained glass windows and mantles. Boasts an immense collection of period lighting as well as many unusual architectural embellishments. Full line of decorative antiques and period furniture. Vancouver Architectural Antiques is open Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

A Bakers Dozen Antiques
3520 Main Street
Specializes in unusual contemporary furniture, folk art, paintings and antique toys.

Alexander Lamb Antiques
3271 Main St
There is a Exotic World Museum, in the rear room of Alexander Lamb's Wunderkammer Antiques, Wunderkammer, as Lamb explains it, refers to the small, unorganized collection of mementos that the well-traveled European aristocrat of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries assembled in a room of his castle or manor house for the "wonderment and astonishment" of visitors.

Sellution Vintage Furniture
3206 Main St
Specializing in quality consignment furniture, from antiques to mid-century modern, and contemporary home furnishings.

Le' Gent Antiques
4402 Main St

Restaurants on Main Street

4121 Main Street
Although it's dark inside the Locus, it won't seem like that for long when the cheerful smile of the owner brightens your day. With interesting menu choices ranging from specialty pancakes to items like duck sausage and frittatas, this is not a diner style brunch. Save room for coffee -- it is possibly some of the best in the city.

The Green Room
4328 Main Street
With a focus on vegetarian cuisine, the Green Room offers a mellow way to enjoy a morning(ish) meal. The menu is modest but makes up for it in great egg scrambles and feature items with a Pacific Rim fusion vibe. When you are done brunch you can always stick around for lunch or dinner too.

Sunny Spot Cafe
2543 Main Street
Sometimes less is more. If you are looking for your basic bacon and eggs without all the funky frills, then the Sunny Spot Cafe might just be the answer. Friendly service and reasonable prices are sure to satisfy and remember, there are reasons why places like this have been around for years -- you can't mess with simple.

Slickity Jim's Chat 'N' Chew
2513 Main Street
On the good side of kitsch, Slickity Jim's is a busy place and for good reason. Fresh takes on old favourites plus inventive creations (inventively named to boot) make for a fantastic menu. Compelling artifacts adorn the walls and the servers are friendly as the coffee is warm.

Aurora Bistro
2420 Main Street
Open for brunch on Sundays from 10-2, Aurora Bistro serves meals with delicious organic ingredients and artisan coffees. Menu items like black truffle scrambled eggs and poached eggs with duck sausage might give you an idea that this isn't your average greasy spoon diner. The perfect way to start your Sunday.

Hotels near Stanley Park
The Sylvia Hotel 
Historic Hotel across the Street from English Bay and Stanley Park
Best Western Sands Hotel
at the corner of Denman and Davie Street over looking English Bay and the Park
Coast Plaza Hotel
High rise Hotel on Denman Street two blocks from the Park.
Sandman Suites On Davie
All Suite Hotel, a short walk from English Bay and the Park
Blue Horizon Hotel
High rise Hotel on Robson within easy walking distance.
Century Plaza Hotel and Spa
All suite Hotel with SPA and Comedy Club
Empire Landmark Hotel
This hotel is located on Robson with great views of the Park
Listel Hotel Vancouver 
Boutique Hotel on Robson only a few blocks away from the Park.
Marriott Vancouver Pinnacle Hotel
On West Hastings with great views from your Hotel window
Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver
on the waterfront over looking Stanley Park and Burrard Inlet
Renaissance Hotel Vancouver Harbourside
High Rise hotel on West Hastings a few blocks away
Westin Bayshore Hotel 
Resort Hotel right at Stanley Park's entrance with its own park like setting
Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel Vancouver
New Hotel a few blocks from the entrance to Stanley Park
Coast Coal Harbour Hotel Downtown Vancouver
New Hotel located at Coal Harbour
Times Square Suites Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver Suite Hotel near Stanley Park
Rosellen Suite in Vancouver
All Suite Hotel blocks from Stanley Park in Vancouver