Prix Fixe menus, numerous glasses on tables and too many knives and forks is not an ideal table setting for young children; it's like bringing a bull into a china shop. Vancouver has plenty of restaurants to keep children and their parents happy and full, so don't fret about having limited options while you're in the city. There are scores of restaurants scattered around the city and you will not be hard pressed to find somewhere to eat in Yaletown, Gastown, Commercial, Kitsilano, Downtown and most other neighborhoods.
Little Nest makes our number one spot because not only was it designed for adults, but for children as well! The organic (where possible) menu is both good for you and for your little ones. And, to top it off, kids will be kept entertained while they're here and getting around with the little ones is an easier task inside of Little Nest.
Memphis Blues Barbeque House has finger-licking good food and if that's not enough to entice the kids, I don't know what is.
Marcello's on The Drive is a great restaurant for the family. There's enough for adults and children to choose from that everyone will leave satisfied.
After a day at Kits Beach, pie and fresh, organic food is just what the doctor ordered. Aphprodite's is a favorite Vancouver establishment and an added bonus is that they cater to special diets.
As children, we may not have appreciated "comfort food", but we knew that we liked it. Burgoo Bistro and Acme Cafe serve comfort on a plate, or in a bowl and both adults and kids will be left satiated.
These kid-friendly restaurants will hit the spot for the young and old(er).
1716 Charles Street
A place for kids and adults to enjoy... read more
1465 West Broadway
3305 Cambie St.
(W. 17th Ave.)
Casual dining and highest quality ingredients...
1030 Davie St.
(bet. Burrard & Thurlow Sts.)