Vancouver’s food and beverage scene just got a little bigger, and we don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to check out these delicious new spots. From the city’s first-ever cocktail taphouse to a new rooftop bar, here are some intriguing new food & drink spots you’ll be able to check out this July.

Now open

Please! Beverage Co.


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Now open from Tuesday to Saturday from 3 pm to 11 pm, Please! Beverage Co. is Vancouver’s first cocktail-tasting house, with 18 delicious cocktails on tap, from their Grapefruit Paloma to the Green Tea Fizz. The space itself is bright and airy, casual enough to feel comfortable for any occasion, but elevated enough to feel like you’re treating yourself.

Where: 222 West 5th Avenue

Tall Shadow Bakery 


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This sourdough-focused spot in East Van is already active among local farmer’s markets, but its new storefront is now officially open from Wednesday to Sunday, starting at 9 am! From the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cookie to Cheesy Jalapeño Bread, to their classic fresh sourdough bagels, there’s something for everyone here.

Where: 2474 East Hastings Street

Street Hawker

Now open on Main Street is Street Hawker, a delicious fusion of South Asian flavours and street food in burger form. If you’re ever craving a burger and shake but want to mix things up from your traditional patties and melts, this is a great option.

Note that this spot is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Where: 308 Main Street

Opening soon

Birdies Eats & Drinks

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Developed by a small team at Earls, Birdies Eats & Drinks is a California-inspired restaurant that will soon serve lunch, dinner, weekend brunch, and happy hour specials, including late-night deals!

Visitors can choose to dine in a spacious lounge or casual dining room, a 20-seat terrazzo countertop bar, or on a 1,785-square-foot patio that seats 75 people. And since it’s prime patio season, you know where we’ll be sitting!

When: Opens July 7th
Where: 3850 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby

The Parker Rooftop

Opening just in time for the hottest part of the summer is The Parker Rooftop, a soon-to-be hotspot for inventive eats and refreshing sips, all accompanied by sweeping views of the city from the ninth floor of The Parker Hotel (formerly Vintage Park Hotel). With 4,000 square feet of patio space and 20-foot-high ceilings, you’ll no doubt have a memorable time up here.

Take your pick from three sprawling outdoor patios and a wide selection of delicious sips – or try them all!

When: Opens July 21st
Where: 1379 Howe Street, 9th floor


Where “Tokyo meets New York,” there’s Wa-Bagel. Vancouverites will soon be able to enjoy delicious Japanese-style bagels, thanks to the latest concept by Aburi Restaurants.

When: Summer 2023
Where: 666 Burrard Street

So there you have it, Vancouver. If you’re in search of some new tasty bites this month, you’ve got a couple of food & drink spots to consider.