Vancouver – the best city in British Columbia where you want to drink beer, enjoy coffee, want to picnic on a beautiful sunny day or want a late meal.
Vancouver is known to be one of the most livable cities in the world. In 2016, Vancouver, along with two other cities, Canada and Calgary of Canada, shared 3rd, 4th, and 5th place in the ranking of the world’s most livable cities. These positions are maintained by the three cities for many years. With more than 130 years of history, Vancouver has a multicultural culture, a developed economy and an important trading gateway on the west coast of Canada.
Vancouver’s climate is extremely blessed, being the warmest, mildest city in Canada. With cultural diversity, Vancouver people like Canada in general, are very sociable. Economic development along with educational development, is a good condition for students to study and do more, as well as work after graduation.
If you want to enjoy delicious Mediterranean food, gourmet drinks or delicious cakes from Belgium, especially late dinners, Coffee Medina is your number one choice, located at No. 556, Beatty Street, Vancouver, BC.
The next positions belong to Two chef and a table, The Elbow room cafe, Sophie diner and finally The red wagon Coffee. Since opening in 2008, Coffee Medina has created a separate space with a rich and unique list of dishes and drinks, an ideal destination or venue for events.
Coffee Medina is not simply a service, but also a place to arouse every customer’s soul in every way. This has prevented customers from returning to Coffee Medina. On hot days, your body needs a cool drink, don’t hesitate to come and enjoy a great beer at Alibi Room – the first place to be the ideal place to enjoy beer in Vancouver. The Alibi building is a heritage, built over 100 years ago, located along the commercial port of Vancouver.
Vancouver is also known as the place where you can sip and enjoy the best cups of coffee in North America. 49th Parallel’s No. 1 position at 2152 West 4th Avenua, famous for its own coffee bean mill and coffee, is displayed on most cafes in Vancouver.