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Yaletown Brewing Company, Vancouver

(3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • We had a great time here and the food was delicious! There was a small mixup with our group reservation but it was handled quickly and politely by staff. 
  • Went in spontaneously for some beer (was pretty disappointed up till that point of Canadian beer) and what a surprise! They have some really good beer one that tasted like chocolate and the other one ...  more »
  • The calamari is fantastic and so is the beer selection. We came here many evenings in a row to feed our little ones, have a beer and some snacks. A great place to enjoy local beer and good food 
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  • 4 of us came for dinner on September 13, and 2 of our 4 entrees weren't fully cooked (the rice was hard and stale). We told our server and within seconds the Manager that night, Eric, came and apologized and offered to make us new dishes right away. We put in new orders and had them served to us super quick. Eric and our server apologized again and made sure our meals were what we wanted. Cheers to the team for excellent customer service! Oh and the food was really good too!
  • Beautiful building, below average food and terrible beer. I have visited hundreds of brewpubs and breweries and this is hands down the worst beer I've come across. They can't advertise they're IPA as having spicy northwest hops, as it tasted like a blonde ale. It was not bitter at all. Maybe they forgot to put them in? I tried all of the available beers and the only one that shows potential is their session ipa, which still needs work. When we walked in the door I said to my wife, "when I see that a brewery was founded in the 90s, it means 1 of 2 things. Either they've been around this long because they've been keeping up with what's being offered to brewers these days in the form of hops and depth of beers, or they haven't kept up with the times of craft brewing and are relying on location, building, and nostalgia." Unfortunately the latter is true. I hope that they're management reads this and realizes that it's just a matter of time before someone else comes into the neighborhood with a much better product and if they don't step it up, they'll be out of business. What a beautiful building though!
  • Huge place. I only went there for drinks. Atmosphere is busy and noisy.
  • Good service even when it's really busy. I expected a wider selection of beers, but the ones I tried were delicious! I'd like to come back for lunch, as they have a large patio. Very lively and busy on Saturday night.
  • Pub side is a good place to watch a game, have a few brew and some finger food. Restaurant side is also really good but higher end menu. Both good choices