Pier 7 Restaurant North Vancouver is located at Shipbuilders’ Square next to Pinnacle Hotel and Lonsdale Quay. No summer is complete without a seafood boil on the patio overlooking beautiful downtown Vancouver. The Pier 7 Restaurant is just a quick SeaBus ride from Waterfront. Trust me, it is closer than Granville Island Public Market.
The Boil Seafood at Pier 7 Restaurant
Every Thursday night from 5pm
Pier 7 Restaurant + Bar offers The Boil – a decadent seafood feast for two or more for just $25 per person. It is the perfect date night casual summer dinner for couples and friends!
Guests roll up their sleeves and dig in for a seafood feast that includes snow crab, Dungeness crab, prawns, mussels, clams, calamari, potatoes, okra, grilled corn cobs, and chorizo sausage, representing a West Coast twist on a classic Louisiana-style seafood boil.
Were were invited for an intimate evening at Pier 7. It is one of the best patios in Vancouver! We love watching the SeaBus, the blue skies changing colors into sunset and the habour city lights at night.
We started the sunny patio vibes with the “Lobb” as I like to call it.
Lobster Cobb Salad 18: A twist on the typical Cobb Salad with fresh Atlantic lobster, avocado, bacon, soft boiled egg, basil herb vinaigrette. Delicious and seem get enough of the lobster.
Roasted Beet Salad 12: d’anjou, buck wheat, feta cheese, frisee, balsamic glaze. The natural sweetness of roasted beets and D’Anjou pear are refreshing.
Tomato Caprese Salad 12: vine ripened tomatoes, fior di latte, pistou, balsamic reduction. Caprese salads are one of my all time favorite salads. It is hearty yet lightly appetizing at the same time.
Fresh Shucked Oysters: Not everyday you get fresh oysters from France. Complete with mignonette and fresh horseradish. Perfect with a glass of bubbly.
Took a break from the food and simply soaked in the view of our beautiful city. Today was a cloudy day. However, take a moment to pause and appreciate the beauty it holds.
Holding in my hand a Lavender Lemonade alcoholic beverage. Love the pretty colors. Don’t forget to stir well before drinking!
Capping of the evening is this delicious and decadent dessert trio:
- Baked classic New York cheesecake with a crunchy creme brulee crust!
- Candied ginger panna cotta
- Chocolate mousse Belgian waffle
Pier 7 Restaurants’s “The Boil” is fun and interactive. It is something casual and delicious at the same time. Plus eating snow crabs, giant prawns, mussel and clams far more luxurious than some muddy crayfish! I especially enjoyed the warmed butter to dip my succulent seafood into! The corn is sweet. It is such a great vehicle to soaks up all the sauces!
The portions are well worth its value for $25 per person. Better hurry and make a reservation for Thursday! If you are scared of rush hour traffic? Just take the SeaBus. 1 Zone is just $2.75! Cheaper than parking and gas!
Pier7 Restaurant + Bar
Cuisine: Seafood, Steakhouse, Pacific Northwest
Mon 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Tue 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Wed 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Thu 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Fri 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Sat 10:30 am – 12:00 am
Sun 10:30 am – 12:00 am
25 Wallace Mews, North Vancouver, BC V7L 0B9
(604) 929-PIER (7437)