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Dine Out Vancouver 2018 with the kids? Yes you can!

It’s time to get resos for one of Vancouver’s favourite annual traditions: Dine Out Vancouver. This year’s fest kicks off January 19th and runs until February 4th. This is your opportunity to try out some of the best restaurants the Lower Mainland has to offer, at a discounted price. Almost 300 participating restaurants are offering multi-course dinners at $20, $30 or $40 and believe it or not, you can take your kids with you!

Family friendly restaurants at Dine Out Vancouver

Bellaggio Café ($30)

Bellaggio Café has two locations in downtown Vancouver, both offering the Dine Out Vancouver menu. Enjoy multi-regional Italian fare, perfect for family style platters. Your kids will love the atmosphere and the delicious food.

773 Hornby Street and 1055 Canada Place Way

Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House ($40)

Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House has been a Vancouver institution since 1985. Known for showcasing natural flavours and featuring the finest ingredients from the Pacific Northwest, Joe Fortes is a favourite for locals, celebrities and tourists. With more than 50 kinds of fresh fish, premium oysters and thick cut chops, you’re sure to find something you (and your kids!) will like.

777 Thurlow Street, Vancouver

How to Do for Dine Out Vancouver with Kids

The Fish Shack ($20)

$1, $1, $1, $1, $1 …! $1 Oysters not just for happy hour but all day, everyday!

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If you’re looking for a unique dining experience with your family, look no further! The Fish Shack in downtown Vancouver serves up fresh seafood in a lively atmosphere. Roll up your sleeves, tie on a bib, grab a mallet and dig in! And make sure you try the Lobster Mac & Cheese Balls.

1026 Granville St, Vancouver

The Old Spaghetti Factory ($20)

Everyone loves pasta! And the Old Spaghetti Factory has been serving up the best pasta for over 35 years. All their meals are prepared and made fresh daily using only quality ingredients. And if you book early enough, you may even be able to reserve a spot in the old electric trolley car in the restaurant’s dining room. The kids will love it!

53 Water Street

Campagnolo ($30)

You’ll love the warm and welcoming atmosphere at Campagnolo. Their menu offers hand stretched pizza, fresh pasta, risotto, and seasonally inspired main courses, created with the finest local ingredients. The dishes are simple and authentic and will be enjoyed by even the pickiest of eaters (aka your children).

1020 Main Street

Tourism Vancouver’s Dine Out Vancouver Festival

January 19 to February 4, 2018

Which restaurants are you hoping to visit during Dine Out Vancouver?

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