Date: Wednesday January 17th, 2024 — Sunday February 4th, 2024

Participating Restaurants in The Shipyards District 

Taste the world. Vancouver style.

It all started with an idea. A group of food and wine enthusiasts got together with the team at Destination Vancouver back in 2002 and pitched the idea of a fixed-price menu deal to get Vancouverites out and into restaurants during a normally slow time of the year. Fifty-seven restaurants jumped on board and from that stellar yet humble beginning, Dine Out Vancouver Festival has grown into Canada’s largest food and drink festival.

Today, the festival is a promotional umbrella that brings together hundreds of chefs, more than 300 restaurants, wineries, craft breweries, suppliers and more for a month of dining, food-forward virtual events and experiences designed to give culinary enthusiasts the opportunity to taste the best flavours of the city. Dine Out Vancouver Festival also includes special hotel offers to help make an overnight Dine Out experience both safe and relaxing.

Dine Out Vancouver Festival is about community, collaboration, and sharing Vancouver’s culinary story with the world. Along with the Wines of British Columbia, and a host of other Community Partners, Destination Vancouver is proud to continue to showcase Vancouver’s culinary talent as well as the many different culinary and cultural experiences that only a city like ours can offer.

Vancouver’s multicultural influences along with immediate access to fresh ingredients from our nearby oceans, rivers, valleys and fields, lend to our stature as one of the world’s greatest food hubs. We are the home of Oceanwise, the 100 Mile Diet and over 125 different cultural groups each contributing to our city’s unique flavours. Vancouver’s culinary future is bright and we’re thrilled to share and shine the spotlight.

Thank you for your support and for supporting your local community’s restaurants.

Slight modifications to specific indoor ticketed events will be made to accommodate maximum seating requirements at tables and capacity limits at non-restaurant venues. See the menus here.


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