The Sandbar

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Vancouver, Canada
The Sandbar - The menu
The Sandbar - Scallop kebabs, yummy
The Sandbar - The view from the patio!!
The Sandbar - Jonie, Alex, Tiffany (birthday girl!) Charles, Katie, and Me

The Sandbar Vancouver Reviews

lovely_lori88 lovely_l…
46 reviews
Dec 31, 2007
The Sandbar is actually located on Granville Island in Vancouver which I don't think is an actual Island anyways lol. It is a seafood bar and it has lots of fresh food to choose from. When you enter the restaurant there is a tank which I think has lobsters in it but I can't remember what they were exactly lol. There is three levels and we were sitting on the third floor outside at the bar. Yes that's right we were sitting outside in December!! It's crazy though because it doesn't feel outside at all. There is soo many heaters and ones on the ceilings that it's actually quite warm and it makes all the seats feel heated and then you can even get a fuzzy blanket as well. We were sitting at the bar and the bartender was really nice and friendly. Talked lots and he even made me a free martini and gave my friend her b-day shot on the house :) Menu is mostly seafood and they even give you a list of all the fresh food that is available that day to choose from. We ordered scallop kabobs which were really good and then this chocolate pudding dessert. If you're in Vancouver and want to check out Granville island I definately recommend going to this restaurant. The food is really yummy and all the staff is very nice and service in general just very good. I said that it is average priced as it's a little bit more expensive then where I come from but for a restaurant in Vancouver it is average priced. Oh and I also have to comment on the loaction/view. It's right under the Granville street bridge and on the water and it has such a nice view of the water and some fancy apartments.
The menu
Scallop kebabs, yummy
The view from the patio!!
Jonie, Alex, Tiffany (birthday gir…
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