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Parallel 49 Brewing Company Wins Best Beer Experience

Where Vancouver Congratulates Winners of 22nd Annual Where to Dine Awards
Vancouver, BC – On April 25, 2018, Where Vancouver‘s 22nd annual Where to Dine Awards were handed out to local restaurateurs during an afternoon event at D/6 Bar and Lounge at the Douglas Hotel, hosted by man-about-town Fred Lee. Each year, Where magazine asks readers to name the best places to dine in Vancouver and Whistler, and 22 of the 29 awards were based on readers’ selections.
Image Source: Nosh and Nibble at Parallel 49 Brewing Co.
  • Patio: Cactus Club Cafe
  • Chinese: Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie
  • Pub Fare: The Irish Heather
  • Indian: Vij’s Restaurant
  • Latin: Cuchillo
  • Beer Experience: Parallel 49 Brewing (located in The East Village)
  • Japanese: Miku Restaurant
  • Italian: Savio Volpe
  • Asian: Chi Modern Vietnamese Kitchen
  • Seafood: Blue Water Cafe
  • Food Cart: Japadog
  • West Coast: Coast
  • French: Le Crocodile
  • Steak: Gotham Steakhouse & Bar
  • European: Bauhaus
  • Brunch: Twisted Fork Bistro
  • Fine Dining: Hawksworth Restaurant
  • Dessert: Thierry
  • Hotel Dining: Notch8 Restaurant & Bar at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
The Burger from Parallel 49 Brewing Company – Street Kitchen
  • Casual Dining: Caramba! Restaurante
  • Après-Ski: Dusty’s Bar & BBQ
  • Fine Dining: Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar
CRITICS’ CHOICE Fanny Bay Oyster Bar received the Sustainable Seafood Award. It is presented to the restaurant that best exemplifies practices of sourcing, serving and promoting sustainable species outlined under the Ocean Wise Program, as determined by the BC Seafood Alliance, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre and Where Vancouver. Members of Les Clefs d’Or, the city’s premier hotel concierges, chose Five Sails Restaurant to receive the Silver Service Award, for consistently delivering the ultimate guest experience: an exceptional combination of food, service and hospitality. The Leadership Award was presented to Frank Pabst of Blue Water Cafe for the impact he’s had on Vancouver’s dining scene. The Les Dames d’Escoffier Trailblazer Award went to Mary Mackay of Terra Breads to recognize her long-time commitment to excellence. Where Vancouver food editor Tim Pawsey chose Botanist as Vancouver’s Best New Restaurant, and Hunter Gather as Whistler’s Best New Restaurant. The Salmon House on the Hill was honoured with the Editor’s Choice award. Where is the world’s largest publisher of visitor magazines. Where Vancouver is published nine times a year, and is distributed in more than 12,000 hotel rooms in downtown Vancouver alone. Where‘s editors, writers and photographers share what they see in the city they live in. That means Where readers get the best the city has to offer. Press Release via: Where Vancouver

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