This New Rooftop Eatery Brings Las Vegas Glamour To Vancouver

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The Victor

There are a number of fantastic places to dine and enjoy a night out in downtown Vancouver; however, few of them afford a view like this. Moreover, very few have a menu as inspired and extensive as the one at this upscale eatery.

Located on the sixth floor of the recently opened Parq Vancouver, the restaurant offers panoramic views of False Creek, BC Place and the sprawling city metropolis. Its rooftop is a sight to behold: creative water features line the artfully designed walkway leading into the lavish bar beyond. In addition, green features, such as delicate plants and trees, amplify the modern casino’s open, west coast spirit.

The establishment also has a premium private room with gold sliding doors and marbled floors for special events. Paying homage to the idiom “To the victor belongs the spoils”, the design concept is inspired by Queen Victoria’s powerful reign.

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor: Inspired Eats and Delectable Treats

Of course, the views and architecture are breathtaking, but they are no match for the delectable cuisine. From mouthwatering sushi to tender porterhouse streaks, caviar to creme brulee donuts topped with cotton candy, the food is exceptional.

What’s more, it comes paired with an extensive selection of wines, champagnes, and cocktails. For example, one of their signature cocktails, the Emperor’s Sour, exudes luxury.  With 1908 Indian pea blossom gin, lavender syrup, and lemon and crème de violette, you’ll want to savour every sip!

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

The Victor

Photo: Bill Milne

Although the eatery is upscale, the menu ranges from approximately $18 – $79, so you may keep your visit economical. With that being said, caviar and champagne are easy to get carried away with, so be sure to keep an eye on your wallet!

Looking for decadent eating in the city at a lower cost? Check out The Nightingale Restaurant for lavish eating at a fraction of the price!

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