STA­DIUM DIS­TRICT

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Cof­fee/Tea

CATFé Pur­chase drinks and snacks from the cafe be­fore vis­it­ing up to 12 adopt­able res­cue cats in a fe­line-friendly open space filled with climb­ing ar­eas, scratch­ing posts and toys ga­lore. Gift shop sells cat-themed goods and up­scale pet prod­ucts and ac­ces­sories. Open F-W, closed Th to bring in new cats from the BC SPCA. One-hour visit: $5 with cafe pur­chase, $8 with­out. Max­i­mum 16 guests. Reser­va­tions rec­om­mended. 2nd Floor, In­ter­na­tional Vil­lage Mall, 88 W. Pen­der St. www.catfe.ca map 1: C7

Euro­pean

CHAMBAR RESTAU­RANT Euro­pean, Where to Dine Awards 2007-2017. You might come to this Bel­gian restau­rant for the moules­frites (three ways, no less), and you’ll likely stay for the at­mos­phere. En­joy beer or cock­tails at the bar or the lamb shank in the restau­rant. $$$. B/L/D (daily). 568 Beatty St. 604-879-7119. www.chambar.com X map 1: C6

Re­gional: Up­scale

THE VIC­TOR Premium steaks and sea­sonal of­fer­ings abound in this ele­gant rooftop din­ing room. Ex­plore the sushi and seafood bar dis­play, and or­der from the ex­ten­sive cham­pagne and wine

list. Floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows over­look False Creek and a mas­sive rooftop park. $$-$$$. D (daily). Parq Van­cou­ver, 39 Smithe St. 778-370-8600. www.par­q­van­cou­ver.com X map 1: d6

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