AROUND cherry hill suites
Kitsilano has many great things to offer whether you're looking for delicious resturants, shopping & unique boutiques, beauitful sites to see/things to do!
See Below for activities to do, and visit here for more awesome activies Kitsilano has to offer!
Kitsilano Beach is one of Vancouver's most popular beaches.
It is located on Cornwall Ave at the north end of Yew St. The Seawall runs along side the beach and Kitsilano Pool is at the west side. There are tennis courts, basketball courts, a children's playground, a restaurant, washrooms, a concession, and pay parking.
Jerhico Beach & Spanish Banks are also two other close beaches, west of Kits Beach.
Be sure to catch a Sunset, you won't regret it!
FOOD & DRINK
The Naam - One of Kitsilano's oldest restaurants, serving Vegetarian Food. Everything is delicious.
The Local - The best patio in Kitsilano, facing Kits Beach. Yummy fish tacos and great Caesars!
Tractor - A wonderful lunch restaurant on W 4th. Affordable local/sustainable food. Great for soups, salads, and sandwiches!
Aphrodites Cafe - If you're looking for a great breakfast, Aphrodites Cafe is your spot! Also known for their famous pies.
The Eatery - Fusion sushi! Unlike any sushi restaurant we have been to. Their funky decor, and large menu lists of delicious sushi will keep you coming back!
The Oakwood - A great date spot, with romantic candles and decor. Great for wine, cocktails and Tapas!
East is East - One of the best Indian food restaurants in Kits, offering a great Indian ambiance experience.
Las Margaritas - A must eat Mexican restaurant on 4th ave!
MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER
The Museum of Vancouver is a local museum located in Vanier Park, Vancouver, British Columbia. The MOV is the largest civic museum in Canada and the oldest in Vancouver.
The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver-focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be Vancouver.
Permanent exhibitions tell the city’s stories from the early 1900s to the late 1970s and are complemented by contemporary, groundbreaking feature exhibits.
Granville Island is one of Vancouver's must see destinations! Dating back to the 1900s, Granville Island was known as Industrial Island, with many factories, plants, and sawmills.
Today, it is an historic piece of Vancouver and is a favourite amongst locals and tourists. Granville Island's biggest attraction, The Public Market, that features a great amount of vendor booths selling fresh produce, gourmet foods, baked goods, seafood and numerous other commercial vendors.
Granville Island also offers theatre and entertainment, culture and heritage, delicious restaurants and unique attractions drawing millions of people each year.