The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant on Granville Island is a 300-seat fresh seafood and fish restaurant in the heart of Vancouver’s world-famous Granville Island, perched over the waterfront with views from every seat.
Guests can enjoy the bustle of the market, the non-stop energy of False Creek and the shores of Vancouver’s West End. Walk up the wood post staircase, the only item that was salvaged from the historic Mulvaney’s Restaurant site, and elevate your view of the city waterfront. The busy animated open kitchen gives the guest that "Granville Island Market feeling" plus an up-close look at the chefs as they prepare their seafood creations.
The Sandbar serves up the freshest seafood in a warm, sophisticated atmosphere. Suspended above the bar in the Teredo Lounge is Kivi, a 24 foot salmon troller hand built by Allan Farrell, one of the West Coast’s finest craftsman of wooden boats. Fresh oyster bar, tapas, Hoshi's Sushi Bar, dinner and dancing. Vancouver's most popular spot to see and be seen.
|Breakfast||Brunch||Lunch||Dinner||Tapas||Late Night Menu||Take Out|
|Open: Lunch: 11:00 – 3:00pm daily. Dinner: 5:00–10:00 (Sun–Thu) 5:00–11:00 (Fri & Sat)|
|Dining Average Cost: $25|
Dining Room – 120 people
Roof Deck – 80 people
Teredo Lounge – 30 people
Crush Lounge – 20 people
Upper Mezzanine – 30 people
|Dining Style: West Coast, Fresh Seafood, Casual|
|Special Features: Patio Dining, Sushi Bar, Wheelchair Access, Bar & Lounge, Private Parties, Wine Cellar, Pay Parking|
|Entertainment: Sports TV, Dancing, DJ, Live Piano|
|Awards: 2010 Golden Plate Award
Best Place to Seal the Deal, 2010 Reader’s Choice Best of Vancouver Award
Best Place to Take Out of Town Guests