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Some­thing to sat­isfy ev­ery crav­ing, from ca­sual cafes and cozy pubs to bustling sushi bars and for­mal din­ing rooms

At Bishop’s (page 72), a West Side des­ti­na­tion for over 30 years, John Bishop’s name­sake room re­mains the pin­na­cle of gra­cious din­ing. The cel­e­brated chef and au­thor who helped forge BC’s unique re­gional style serves su­perbly crafted dishes, such as turnip-and-salmon cake with lob­ster bisque and caviar; miso-mar­i­nated cod with smoked-egg­plant-and-mush­room broth; and roast lamb loin with finger­ling pota­toes, leeks, ca­per berries and jus. Wines are thought­fully cho­sen and well paired. Tran­quil and un­der­stated, the room is high­lighted by lo­cal art that suits the mood, while the host’s leg­endary hos­pi­tal­ity is per­sonal, dis­creet and time­less.

John Bishop serves spe­cial­ties such as fresh Kusshi oys­ters from nearby Cortes Is­land

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