Jesse Dean Cook. Discovering West Vancouver's Most Glamorous Properties.

The Boathouse - Horseshoe Bay

 

The Boathouse is well know as a franchise for its great seafood and amazing locations. The Horsehoe Bay location is no different as it is perched above Sewell's Marina just west of Horseshoe Bay Park and the BC Ferrries Terminal.

 

This is a great spot to grab a quick drink and appetizer if you are waiting for the ferry; a lovely way to spend an afternoon on the patio sipping mojito's and cold beers; or a fun place to bring a group of friends and family to enjoy a great night out...no matter what the occasion may be.

 

As someone who used to work for The Boathouse many years ago, it is the service of the staff that has people coming back over and over again! If you haven't been to the Horseshoe Bay location in sometime (or ever), I'd recommend making a reservation which can be performed online by clicking on the below link.

 

http://boathouserestaurants.ca/

 

Finally, my go-to move for dinner is usually:

- 6 kusshi oysters

- sirloin and 8oz lobster tail (I upgrade to the NY Steak)

- creme brulee

- a couple glasses of red wine :)

 

 

Best regards,

 

Jesse Dean Cook

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