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Things to do in Vancouver

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Attractions

Bright Nights In Stanley Park
Capilano Supension Bridge
Chinatown Walking Tour
Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
Gastown
Granville Island
Greater Vancouver Zoo
Grouse Mountain
Harbour Centre Tower
Harbour Cruises & Events
Hastings Park Raceway
HR MacMillan Space Centre
Lonsdale Quay Market & Shops
Metropolis at Metrotown
Playland @ the PNE
Robson Street
Science World
Splashdown Park
Stanley Park
Stanley Park
Vancouver Aquarium
Vancouver Convention Centre
Vancouver Trolley Company
VanDusen Botanical Garden

Eat & Drink
Cafés & Coffee Shops

Amato Gelato Café

Family Dining

Abigail's Party
The Afghan Horsemen
Al Porto Ristorante
Amarcord Ristorante Italiano
The Atlantic Trap & Gill
Banana Leaf
Ber-Les Quisine/Pizza Power Unlimited
Bombay Kitchen and Bar
Floata Seafood Restaurant
The Gramercy Grill
Handi Cuisine of India
Joe Fortes
The Smoking Dog Bistro
Sula Indian Restaurant
Vera's Burger Shack

Fine Dining

A Kettle of Fish
Aqua Riva
Bacchus Restaurant
The Beach House Restaurant & Lounge
The Boathouse Restaurant
C Restaurant
Café Pacifica
The Cannery
CinCin
Cioppino's Mediterranean Grill
Diva at the Met
Dockside Restaurant
Five Sails Restaurant
Glowbal Grill & Satay Bar
Gotham Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar
Hy's Steakhouse
Café Il Nido
Lumiere
La Terrazza
Misaki Japanese Restaurant
Pink Pearl Chinese Food
Nirvana Restaurant
Ouzeri Restaurant
Rain City Grill
Salmon House
Stonegrill
Tantra

Pubs, Clubs & Lounges

Afterglow
Alibi Room
AuBAR Nightclub
Bacchus Piano Lounge
Boss Nightclub
Cascades Lounge
Plaza
The Roxy
Skybar
Richard's on Richards
Tonic Nightclub

Events

The Drift, Art on Main Streett
Eat! Vancouver
MusicFest Vancouver
Harmony Arts Festival
Point Grey Fiesta
Queer Arts Festival
Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival
Vancouver Chinatown Night Market
Vancouver Chocolate Festival
Vancouver DixieFest
Vancouver Folk Music Festival
Vancouver Fringe Festival
Vancouver Gift Show
Vancouver International Children's Festival
Vancouver International Dance Festival
Vancouver International Jazz Festival
Vancouver International Writers & Readers Festival
Vancouver Opera
Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival
Vancouver Pride Parade
Vancouver Wooden Boat Festival

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Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver  BC

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Commodore Ballroom One of the Top Ten Influential Clubs in North America

Music magazine Billboard has named the legendary Commodore Ballroom one of the top ten influential clubs in North America which is published in its July 2 issue. It's the only Canadian music venue to make the list.
The room opened in December 1929. Four months later, the stock market crashed, the Dirty Thirties were officially under way. The Commodore sat dark for half a year.
The club reopened and officially began to run as a live venue with dinner and dancing every Saturday. It now has the reputation as a major rock venue and has hosted such legendary performers as Count Basie, Cab Calloway, KISS, U2, David Bowie, the Police, Devo, the Clash, Hole, Tina Turner, the Dead Kennedys, and Blondie. Still, it wasn't until the Commodore closed its doors in 1996 that Vancouver truly realized how much the club meant to the city. For three years, 868 Granville Street sat empty. The newly renovated Commodore reopened on November 12, 1999.

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