Try these Richmond Restaurants during the Dine Out Vancouver Festival 2017

By VisitRichmondBC.com

It’s baaaack! Dine Out Vancouver returns next week on January 20 for 17 days full of culinary delights. This year, fourteen Richmond restaurants are participating in this yearly event, offering both lunch and dinner menus ranging anywhere from $15 to $40 for three-course meals. For simplicity’s sake, we’ve sorted the restaurants by neighbourhood.

Steveston

 
Catch Kitchen and Bar
Catch Kitchen and Bar offers the best view of Steveston’s historic harbour as well as a fun, fresh and upscale menu. Choose from in-house prepared crab cakes to a Peppercorn New York steak to satiate your west coast fare craving.

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.

Shady Island Seafood Bar & Grill
Reach out and touch the Fraser River from Shady Island Seafood Bar & Grill right in front of Fisherman’s Wharf. The must-eat items here are their seafood chowder, the ultra-filling Fisherman’s Pot filled to the brim with BC clams, mussels, scallops, calamari, prawns and crab, and of course, the tiramisu.

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

Yokohama Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant
Teppanyaki isn’t just a dinner – it’s an art form. Yokohama Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant serves up traditional Japanese teriyaki dishes as well as fresh seafood such as lobster tail and cod, cooked right in front of your eyes. Not a fan of being seated at a Teppanyaki table with a group of others? Not to worry – Yokohama Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant also offers regular table seating as part of their Dine Out menus!

Lunch menu pricing: $19.95 for three courses. Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

East Richmond

 
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar – Richmond South
Located just south of Steveston Highway on Number 5 Road, The Richmond Keg Steakhouse + Bar offers classic steak and seafood dishes grilled to perfection. Choose from their 12 oz prime rib, New York steak, The Keg Oscar platter, or the honey-glazed salmon for an ultimately satisfying meal in a family-friendly restaurant.

Dinner menu pricing: $40 for three courses.

Chop Steakhouse & Bar at the Signature Sandman Hotel Vancouver Airport
Serving up tender cuts of steak, prime rib and fresh seafood, along with an expansive and affordable wine list, Chop Steakhouse and Bar is your place to go for an upscale dinner experience. Be sure to try their Hunter Chicken in a rich mushroom sauce, or the Top Sirloin served with your choice of wasabi-infused mashed potatoes, baked potato, fries or vegetables from their Dine Out menu.

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

CHOP Steakhouse and Bar in East Richmond | Image by TR

Moxie’s Bar & Grill – Richmond
Moxie’s Bar & Grill offers upscale west coast fare in a casual, family-friendly restaurant. This year, their Dine Out menu focuses on an international taste, with Korean-fried cauliflower to a chipotle mango chicken and a sweet mini sticky toffee pudding.

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.

Central Richmond

 
The American Grille – Marriott Vancouver Airport
The American Grille is one of the best-kept secrets in Richmond, when it comes to a restaurant with an open-grill kitchen. Serving favourite west coast fare and wild BC seafood, executive chef Danilo Ibarra makes it a point to showcase only the finest available ingredients in his dishes. Be sure to try the seafood crab cakes (lunch) or the lamb shank (served at dinner only)!

Lunch menu pricing: $20 for three courses. Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses.

The American Grille in Central Richmond | Image courtesy of The American Grille

Carver’s Steakhouse – Executive Airport Plaza Hotel Vancouver Airport
As the name would suggest, Carver’s Steakhouse serves only certified Angus beef from Canadian ranches for their steaks. Carver’s Steakhouse supports local farms and is an active participant in Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program and as such, is able to serve fresh, local ingredients to diners in their casual, upscale restaurant.

Dinner menu: $40 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

CAVU – Hilton Vancouver Airport Hotel
CAVU is your place to go to indulge in classic comfort foods with a gourmet twist. Executive chef Alex Hancock’s inclusion of pork belly into a traditional BLT sandwich is available for the lunch menu and it’s a definite must-order item for Dine Out diners! Pair it with a classic Old Fashioned and it’s sure to satiate any belly.

Lunch menu pricing: $15 for three courses. Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Gluten and vegetarian options available.

Harold’s Bistro & Bar at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport
Named after its most loyal patron, Mr. Harold Cross, Harold’s Bistro & Bar at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport is a Richmond treasure. Between the lively atmosphere and a fantastic menu featuring short rib ragout, crab cakes and duck breast, you’ll be left wondering if you’re at home or on the road!

Lunch menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses.

North Richmond

 
The Boathouse Restaurant – Richmond
This marina-side seafood restaurant is distinctively west coast. From fresh-shucked oysters to the best west coast seafood chowder you can get, The Boathouse Restaurant in Richmond offers a fresh and local menu and a great restaurant atmosphere for a casual lunch with friends, or a romantic evening.

Lunch menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Vegetarian and gluten free options available.

Curve Lounge at the River Rock Casino Resort
Situated in the lobby of the River Rock Casino Resort, Curve Lounge has access to the boardwalk and marina just beyond the resort grounds. It’s the perfect place to have a light dinner and some drinks right before taking in a show or visiting the casino. Be sure to try the double smoked pork belly appetizer – it’s a must eat dish here!

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

Tramonto at the River Rock Casino Resort
Nestled on the third floor of the east hotel tower, Tramonto is resort dining at its finest. Sous chef Omar Abdel Hadi provides an inventive menu using the best in local ingredients to give diners a taste of downtown Vancouver dining without leaving Richmond. Our top pick from the Dine Out menu is the slow baked steelhead dish – it’s just divine.

Dinner menu pricing: $40 for three courses. Vegetarian and gluten free options available.

Flying Beaver Bar & Grill
If you’re looking for more casual fare coupled with an amazing and unique view, Flying Beaver Bar & Grill is the place to go. Located right on the north arm of the Fraser River at the north end of the No. 2 Road bridge in Richmond, the Flying Beaver Bar & Grill lets you sit and watch the arrival and departure of Harbour Air seaplanes. Top picks from the Dine Out menu include the grilled pork chops and the lemon meringue pie – both deceptively simple, but oh-so-satisfying.

Dinner menu pricing: $20 for three courses. Vegetarian options available.

Flying Beaver Bar & Grill in North Richmond | Image by TR

Pier 73 Restaurant at the Pacific Gateway Hotel at Vancouver Airport
Pier 73 Restaurant offers fantastic views of the Fraser River and the North Shore mountains – but that’s just icing on the cake. Executive chef Morgan Lechner and sous chef Edison Antejos shares a passion for sustainable and local ingredients – and the menu definitely reflects this. This time around, the duo’s serving up slow-roasted lamb shoulder with in-house made ricotta gnocchi and Pier 73 chowder made with sustainable clam and Gelderman bacon. Delicious!

Dinner menu pricing: $30 for three courses.

Pier 73 in North Richmond | Image by TR

Be sure to book your table today at www.dineoutvancouver.com.