Let’s face it, there’s nothing more exciting than seeing a tray loaded with charcuterie heading to your table, especially when wine is involved. Whether you’re looking for some tasty wine pairings, a customizable board, or a tempting spread of cheese, meat, crackers, and fruit – you can’t go wrong at one of these spots. Here are 8 of the best places to feast on charcuterie in Vancouver.

VV Tapas Lounge


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We’re starting off this list with a spot that’s known for having customizable charcuterie spreads – so you don’t have to pick just one combination off of the menu. Guests can build their own boards, choosing from a variety of meats and cheeses (including plant-based options). Each board comes with pickles, nuts, olives, and warm bread, so you’ll have all the makings of a charcuterie feast.

And if you come during happy hour (3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to close daily), you’ll get a free snack with every beverage purchase.

Where: 957 East Hastings Street


Next up, we come to one of the best spots for hand-crafted charcuterie around, and a great pick for group picnics. Tawnshi’s Indigenous-inspired boards and boxes offer a beautiful Charcuterie Board ($190) and an equally stunning Gluten-Free Charcuterie Board ($195), both of which have sizing options and can be made pescatarian or vegetarian. The standard “small” size can feed five to eight people, though!

A smaller Charcuterie Gift Box can be purchased for $55, and baked bannock and cookies are available for $26 per box.

Where: Delivery available to Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Richmond & Burnaby

Jules Bistro

Jules Bistro has a bright, airy space that is perfectly complemented by classic French fare, including tasty charcuterie, bistro soups and salads, foie gras, Croque-Monsieur/Madame, and a special ‘Table D’Hote’ three-course menu for just $42.

Plus, they have a pet-friendly patio so your or your date’s pup can join in on the fun.

Where: 216 Abbott Street



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The menu at Dachi changes from day to day, but the meat and cheese boards ($20 during happy hour) are a delicous staple. And with so many natural wines and sakes to choose from, you’ll have no problem settling in for a cozy happy hour hang or dinner.

Where: 2297 East Hastings Street

Per Se Social Corner

The Charcuteria Y Quesos at Per Se Social Corner is the perfect option if you and one or two friends want to indulge in premium meats and cheeses, roasted walnuts, pickles, and flatbread – and you can even add on burrata or foie-gras to elevate the experience!

Where: 891 Homer Street

La Fabrique St-George

Doubling as one of the only wineries in the city, La Fabrique is one of our fave go-to spots for a glass of satisfying vino no matter the season. In the summer, the patio makes the perfect spot to unwind with a tasting flight and charcuterie board in hand.

Where: 7 East 7th Avenue

Grapes & Soda


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As far as wine bars in Vancouver go, Grapes & Soda has some amazing options by way of snack boards and charcuterie.

Where: 1541 West 6th Avenue

The Stable House Bistro 

Situated in South Granville on West 13th, the intimate spot is the perfect place to pop in for a glass or two and some fresh, inventive bites. Plus, the outdoor patio is adorned with fairy lights with even more seating available at the adjacent public plaza.

Where: 1520 West 13th Avenue

So there you have it, Vancouver! The next time you’re hit with a charcuterie board craving, you know where to go.