Southeast of Robson Street is Yaletown, one of Vancouver's newest and trendiest neighborhoods. Known historically for being the city's warehouse district, it took a turn for change during Expo '86 and has since become a place filled with unique shops, new condos and luxurious restaurants.
While dining at places like Glowball Grill & Satay Bar, Blue Water Café & Raw Bar and Goldfish Pacific Kitchen, it's not uncommon to see a celebrity or two. If you're into star gazing, spend a night at the Opus Hotel and be pampered like an A-Lister yourself. If you're looking to have a night out on the town, Yaletown has many great spots for dancing and lounging around. Drop by Bar None or Opus Bar at the Opus Hotel.
Perched on the edges of the Seawall, Vancouver's Nightlife District on Granville Street and Robson Street, Yaletown is a central hub to many of Vancouver's neighborhoods. Yaletown is a great place to spend the afternoon shopping and dining on one of the many patios that are scattered in the area.