When it comes to wining and dining with your friends, family or coworkers you can’t really beat the Lonsdale Avenue corridor of North Vancouver.
Central Lonsdale is a culinary gem with tons of ‘mom and pop’ restaurants and Lower Lonsdale is home to some of the best restaurant brands in Canada including Tap & Barrel and Browns Social House. And Upper Lonsdale of course has the infamous watering hole Queens Cross Pub.
On top of this there are 12 sushi restaurants on Lonsdale Avenue alone and that’s only one type of food category from many that are available. Including Persian, Lebanese, Italian, Greek, Mexican, East Indian, and many more.
Below we have compiled a list of the recently opened restaurants and included a link to their business website as well as their physical address to make it as easy as possible for you to make reservations, get takeout or call for delivery food.
We do suggest that you go into each restaurant at least for the first time to enjoy the ambiance and all of the small details that make them unique. Such as the artwork, customer service, and general decor of the space.
New Restaurants recently opened in North Vancouver near Lonsdale:
Tequila Cocina (Mexican) – 1933 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver
Farina a Legna (Italian) – 119 2nd St E, North Vancouver
KOKORO Mazesoba (Ramen) – 100 1st St E, North Vancouver
Hachiro (Ramen) – 140 16th St W, North Vancouver
Rice and Noodle (Fusion) – 1661 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver
*These 4 restaurants below are within the new Shipyards development.
Seaside Provisions (Lounge) – 125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
Nook Pizzeria (Pizza/Pasta) – 125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
Jamjar Canteen (Lebanese) – 125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
Joey Restaurant (Casual Fine Dining) – 125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
There are many newly opened places in North Vancouver but we wanted to focus on the ones that are walking distance from Lonsdale Avenue and the Lonsdale Quay waterfront.
What is your favourite restaurant to get eats and drinks in the corridor?
Let us know in the comments below and we will visit them soon to get photos and do a full article about them for you.