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Overview + _
Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway, though more recent renovations date back to 1986 when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair (also known as Expo ’86). Since then, the waterfront along the north side of False Creek and the warehouse district adjoining it have evolved into one of Vancouver’s most chic neighbourhoods. Here, you’ll find residential and business lofts, sidewalk cafés, trendy restaurants and cocktail bars, boutique shopping and leafy parks – and lots of cute dogs!
Dining and Nightlife + _
Yaletown caters to all palates with incredible seafood (try Blue Water Café + Raw Bar for gorgeous dishes served in a luxe dining space, or Fanny Bay Oyster Bar to sample tide-to-table fare); relaxed bistros (Yaletown Brewing Company is a crowd favourite, and WildTale showcases Vancouver’s abundance of local seafood, produce and meat).

Eclectic feasts (House Special is a fun space serving Vietnamese market-style lunches and street food-inspired dinners, while Minami delivers Aburi-style sushi seared with a blowtorch and bamboo charcoal). The district’s pedestrian-friendly thoroughfares are conducive to ambling, so you can scout out the perfect spot before settling in for your meal.
Shopping + _
Yaletown’s shopping options will appeal to serious buyers and strict window shoppers alike. Cool boutiques (Fine Finds and Woo to See You, for starters), pet shops (Barking Babies is simply adorable), stunning home décor (The Cross Décor & Design is a must-visit) and pretty hats (Goorin Bros. Hat Shop) are just a few of the myriad delights on offer here. You can also pop into Leisure Center, whose sprawling space houses an intriguing combination of fashion, art, music, homeware, cosmetics, food and drink.
Things to See and Do + _
Yaletown’s waterfront parks are a major draw to visitors and locals. Right beside the seawall is David Lam Park, whose concerts and festivals include captivating shows at the annual TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. Join the locals in walking, jogging or biking along the seawall, and you’ll come across lots of eye-catching public art sprinkled along the waterfront.

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