Eat Your Way Through the Neighbourhood

With a diverse dining scene drawing inspiration from the surrounding region, Mount Pleasant and Main Street serve as a vibrant hub for both locals and tourists alike. Boasting a fusion of artistic expression, diverse communities, and rich history, the neighbourhood beckons visitors for exploration, shopping, and indulging in fine dining experiences. Mount Pleasant’s array of small, locally-owned restaurants and bars are renowned not only for their individuality, creativity, and entrepreneurship, but also for their commitment to sustainability and support for local producers. This amalgamation of qualities has earned many establishments a variety of accolades, including Michelin stars and recommendations.


Michelin Rated

Burdock & Co.

With philosophy guided by principles of sourcing and the natural cycles surrounding and inspiring us, their menu draws on inspiration from the Pacific Northwest and it’s natural abundance of ingredients cared for by growers, farmers and foragers. Compact and energetic, the room at Burdock & Co invites conversation and dining exploration.


Contemporary with a focus on local and sustainable, Published enjoys supporting our much loved local farms and producers highlighting the best of what they can find for each season. You’ll find a focus on low intervention, organic, biodynamic, and natural winemaking on their wine list.


Bib Gourmand

Anh and Chi

Anh and Chi is a vibrant, cultured and hip hub to eat, drink, and connect. It represents countless brothers and sisters, across generations and borders, who share their talent, passion, and a vision for Vietnamese fare.

Song (by Kin Kao)

Song is the love story of all the chefs that have graced the Kin Kao kitchen. Their food is rooted from experimental staff meals to late night conversations and their travels throughout Thailand. Expect spicy Thai, fresh daily seafood, and good vibes all night long at Song.

Sushi Hil

This Japanese spot will transform your experience with the highest degree of care. Seasonal ingredients and high quality fish shine, and standout dishes include otoro, ikura, chopped tuna, and black throat perch.


Michelin Recommended 

The Acorn

Carefully crafted dishes from their zero-waste kitchen cater to vegans and gluten free diners while ensuring that even the staunchest meat eaters leave fully satisfied. 99% of everything you’ll find on your plate is grown, harvested, or made in BC and Western Canada. Complete your meal with a signature cocktail or glass of wine celebrating local distillers and winemakers.

Bar Susu

Bar Susu offers a concise range of well-prepared, creative dishes served in a laid-back setting that fashions itself as a modern French bistro. Enjoy their outstanding wine list which focuses on natural pours from artisanal, sustainable, and honest producers.

¿CóMO? Taperia

A nod to the classic, centuries-old, standing room-only tapas bars in Barcelona’s Poble Sec or Madrid’s La Latina quarters with a cheeky, modern, fun twist that the Spanish pull off so, so well.

Osteria Savio Volpe

Styled after the classic osteria– rustic Italian fare, Savio prepares everything in the simplest, most flavourful way; fresh handmade pasta, and meat, poultry and fish kissed by smoke over the wood-fired grill and rotisserie. A long list of Italian wines and old world coffee inspires conversation and good cheer among friends, family, and strangers alike.


Suyo takes you on a journey of altitude cocktails, vibrant South American wines, and the flavours of Peru with a modern approach. Peruvian cuisine combines the flavours of four continents. It’s beginning dates back to the pre-Incan era and evolved with the arrival of conquistadores. Over centuries French, Italian, African, Chinese, and Japanese influences helped shape what we know today as ‘comida Peruana’.