Blessed with mountains, beaches, inlets, and a gorgeous downtown skyline, Vancouver has an abundance of breathtaking scenery. At the top Vancouver restaurants with a view, diners get to enjoy the unique beauty of Vancouver while enjoying the top-of-the-line cuisine, too.
The best Vancouver restaurants with a view are the perfect setting for a romantic date, a joyous family celebration, or a place to relax, have a glass of wine and celebrate our great city.
AddressW 33rd Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M4, Canada
When it comes to great Vancouver restaurants with a view, Seasons in the Park is definitely the most family- and small-kid friendly. Located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park (the highest point in Vancouver) and boasting incredible long-range views of downtown Vancouver and the northern mountains, Seasons in the Park is the perfect spot for family brunch, dinner, or enjoying cocktails as the sun sets. Its wheelchair and stroller accessible, and its new, more casual menu makes it easy to pop in for fish tacos after a day spent exploring the park.
Address1795 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC V6G 1Y9, Canada
The Boathouse is a chain of almost-fine-dining restaurants in Vancouver that can't compete, food-wise, with the best Vancouver fine dining cuisine, but it makes this list for having locations at two of Vancouver's best beaches: English Bay Beach in the West End and Kitsilano Beach. The Kits Beach location has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide exceptional views of the beach, ocean, and West Vancouver mountains all day; the sunsets are absolutely stunning!
Address7501 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4, Canada
The Teahouse in Stanley Park is the quintessential Vancouver restaurant with a view. Nestled in the heart of Stanley Park, surrounded by sea and mountain views and serving West Coast cuisine in a historic house, The Teahouse is a local favorite for its charm, warmth, and for having the "longest sunset" in the city!
Address1696 Duranleau St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S4, Canada
No Vancouver restaurants with a view can boast closer or more immediate cityscapes than Granville Island's Bridges Restaurant. Bridges' iconic yellow patio umbrellas are postcard-perfect, and there's no better place to be on a sunny day than dining under those umbrellas, enjoying breezes off False Creek and feeling this close to downtown Vancouver. It doesn't hurt that Bridges' seafood is famously delicious, too; the restaurant was a 2011 Diner's Choice Winner at OpenTable.com.