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Best kids' culinary attractions in Vancouver


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Hi all,

I am a mom of two high energy toddlers who love new culinary experiences. I am looking for new kids-oriented restaurants in and around Vancouver that would be both entertaining and adventurous for them. We love the big parks and attractions that have dining options included.

Thanks!

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Let's see...there is a new place in Granville Island called Edible Canada at the Market, just outside the market next to the parking structure. It has a good patio and an interesting kids menu, great duck-fat fries, etc. This would be a good eating option after a visit to the waterpark.

The Little Nest is a good kids/family oriented place, on the Drive. There is a playground closeby so that would work.

The Rocky Mountain Flatbread company has kid's pizza making that is always a hit. Not near anything park/attraction like though, 1st and Burrard. There are other locations though.

Lastly there is the Jericho Sailing club restaurant, the Galley. Nice patio, right off the beach and very kid-friendly menu.

Good luck, hope you find some good places!

Stefan Posthuma

Beer - Chocolate - Cheese

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Let's see...there is a new place in Granville Island called Edible Canada at the Market, just outside the market next to the parking structure. It has a good patio and an interesting kids menu, great duck-fat fries, etc. This would be a good eating option after a visit to the waterpark.

The Little Nest is a good kids/family oriented place, on the Drive. There is a playground closeby so that would work.

The Rocky Mountain Flatbread company has kid's pizza making that is always a hit. Not near anything park/attraction like though, 1st and Burrard. There are other locations though.

Lastly there is the Jericho Sailing club restaurant, the Galley. Nice patio, right off the beach and very kid-friendly menu.

Good luck, hope you find some good places!

....let's not forget pork belly at Kits Daily for the under 15 crowd. Always a crowd pleaser.

Chef/Owner/Teacher

Website: Chef Fowke dot com

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