While official dates have yet to be confirmed, it’s clear that tickets to the Canucks playoffs are on the pricier side. So If you’re hoping to catch a game while surrounded by fellow fans – consider checking out one of these Vancouver sports bars and pubs.

BC Kitchen 

Parq Vancouver is branded as the “Canucks playoff destination,” and the official casino resort of the team. The cozy sports bar BC Kitchen is a solid go-to for all sports lovers across the city, and we expect that to be particularly true this coming playoff season. Plus, they have no shortage of game day specials to take advantage of before each game!

Where: 39 Smithe Street

The Park Pub & Restaurant 

Situated in English Bay, this spot boasts plenty of tasty food and drink specials, a daily happy hour, and 14 screens to choose from when it comes to watching a hockey or football game.

Where: 1755 Davie Street

Blarney Stone 

Home to the largest screen in Gastown at 240″ – Blarney Stone is a must-visit if you’re looking to join the roves of cheering fans in the area. Plus, every Canucks game day, the bar offers guests $5 Budweisers and half-off one order of wings per person.

Where: 216 Carrall Street

Red Card Sports Bar & Eatery 

With 16 hi-def TVs and two projectors measuring over 100 inches each – you’re not likely to miss a second of any game playing at Red Card, which has been a staple in the sports bar community for years. With NHL, UFC, and Canucks games all lined up each week, they’re sure to be a go-to spot during the playoffs.

Where: 560 Smithe Street

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The Pint Public House 


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Another longstanding Vancouver game day destination, The Pint has truly been committed to Canucks fans over the years, with regular hockey nights and schedules detailing when the Canucks are home and away.

Where: 455 Abbott Street

Bells & Whistles

If you’re looking for a great spot outside of the downtown area, Bells & Whistles is a great option – with locations on Fraser and Dunbar to choose from. With large TV screens and plenty of craft beers on tap, this pick a shoe in.

Where: 4497 Dunbar Street and 3296 Fraser Street

Score on Davie

When it comes to sports bars, there are few more quintessential to the city than Score on Davie – and their new $3 happy hour menu is the cherry on top.

Where: 1262 Davie Street

Sportsbar LIVE!

Want to catch a game on one of 100 HD-TV screens? There’s no seat that’s closer to all the action than Sportsbar LIVE! at Rogers Arena.

Where: 99 West Georgia Street

Tap & Barrel – Olympic Village

With 24 beers and 14 wines on tap, there’s plenty to sip on as you watch a game unfold at Tap & Barrel in Olympic Village. In addition to plenty of TVs throughout the bar for all sports and entertainment, there are some pretty killer views of False Creek to enjoy, too.

Where: 75 Athletes Way


You might think of Lamplighter as a solid spot in Gastown to head to for a night of dancing and pub trivia – and it is – but it’s also going to transform into a great spot to catch the big game. So settle in for some brews with friends old and new.

Where: 92 Water Street

And there you have it, Canucks fans! Stay tuned for more watch parties and special features as they come.