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

The Red Lion Bar & Grill

 

After a million dollar plus renovation, The Red Lion Bar & Grill was opened on St. Patricks Day in 2004 (naturally). Located between 24th and 25th on the north side of Marine Drive, you will notice The Red Lion quickly this time of year as the patio is packed all hours of the day! The patio is a great place to not only people watch, but the cars that roll by are out of this world! You will see supercars such as Ferrari's, Porsche's, Lamborghini's as well as classic Vintage cars. 

 

The restaurant itself is very authentic, with excellent pub style food as well as cold beer on tap. There are afternoon specials and the staff is warm, friendly and I found them to be excellent servers. While the patio is upbeat, the customer base is very respectful and you will have a fun experience.

 

Whether you come in for lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch or simply need a cold beverage after walking along the seawall (location is 2 blocks from the waters edge), The Red Lion Bar & Grill in Dundarave is a lively spot to do so.

 

Below is a link to their website as well as a map.

 

http://www.redlionbarandgrill.com/home.php

 

 

Best regards,

 

Jesse Dean Cook

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