5 RESTAURANTS TO TRY IN VANCOUVER, WA

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If you haven’t noticed lately, Downtown Vancouver is becoming quite a fun place to explore. During the day you can see people filling the sidewalks going to work, restaurants, the bank, massage and much more. Most evenings, especially this time of  year, the city begins to see an increase in the number of folks walking to their favorite wine bar, or popping in to grab cocktails and appetizers before the drive home, maybe even stopping to do a little indoor rock climbing.

Whatever it is, the local businesses in Vancouver are so happy to see familiar faces. One thing that is wonderful to know, if you are going to visit downtown, is where to grab a good bite to eat. Natural Body Works would like to share a few local favorites for dining in or grabbing something on the run.

 

  1. Vinnies Pizza, 1000 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-694-2500

    Vinnies offers a delicious menu of pizza, salads, and spirits. Their menu also includes a tasty Gluten Free crust option and toppings. The staff are always so helpful and seem genuinely happy to serve you. The space is great if you like a table to yourself or you can sit at the bar by the front window and people watch as you eat. There is always art displayed by local artists on the walls making this a great spot for lunch or dinner. Vinnies is always a great choice.

     

  2. Niche Wine & Art Bar, 1013 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-980-8352Niche carries 160 wine selections by the bottle and more than 30 selections by the glass and half glass. Their food is seasonal and includes international cheeses with fresh made desserts. The space welcomes you to sit at the bar for tasting convenience as well as a relaxing place to kick back and in comfort and enjoy the moment. There are always lovely pieces of art throughout the restaurant adding to the ambience.

     

  3. Charlies Bodega, Tapas & Whiskey, 1220 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-693-9998Charlies offers Spanish inspired small plates that focus on using fresh, local ingredients. The whiskey bar focuses on local and international small batch, artisan whiskeys including the in-house infusions and artistically inspired cocktails. Charlies brings a great menu for both mid-day and long into the evening.

     

  4. Mon Ami, 1906 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-750-5693Mon Ami is a quaint restaurant in Uptown Village best known for their amazing crepes and delicious coffees. There are several options for crepes including gluten free options as well as vegan. The space offers those who want to snuggle up with a coffee and a book perfect options for inside and outside (weather permitting). There is also space in the front to enjoy a delicious breakfast with friends or clients. They take care with their coffee and have something for everyone.

     

  5. Java House, 210 W Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-737-2925Java is a wonderful spot for stopping to get coffee or a specialty tea. With windows on all sides you are able to enjoy the light of the day, while beginning your day. The staff are always happy to see you and welcome you in as if they have known you for a while. They also offer some pastries with gluten free options that are quite a delight.

     

    These restaurants are but a few of the favorites that are recommended to friends, family and clients. The best option is to make your way to downtown and choose for yourself what is going to satisfy both your curiosity and your appetite. It is highly encouraged to shop local and spend local!

     

     

    http://vinniespizzainc.com/

    http://nichewinebar.com/

    http://www.charliesbistro.com/

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