The alibi room is near to the end of gastown, I like the railway gastown vibes in the place. Super friendly staff and they’re also knowledgeable about the beer there. They also serve food which is delicious!
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Wonderful place—we went here twice on our visit to Vancouver. It’s in Gastown, but off the beaten path, meaning that it’s mostly local hipsters who come here to eat and drink. Incredible beer selection, about which the staff are very knowledgeable. (Some staff are a...More
we tried a few places in vancouver but this was the only place we went back to more than once , the ambience was good, the beer choice was sufficient to satisfy a fussy brit and the food was good enough ..it seemed to be...More
Was here last night with a large group of friends (15 over the course of the night) for a friend's birthday. Lots of tasty local beer and wine choices but I was hungry when I arrived. The menu is small but the burgers I saw...More
4 of us had dinner in The Alibi Room last week. We were by far the oldest people in the place, everyone else was in their 20's. The food list is short and carefully selected to provide good coverage for most tastes. The beer menu...More
Alibi is one weird mixture of my pleasures: Great beer and great dessert. The food is okay, so I would arrive post dinner yet pre-dessert. I am not sure who the pastry chef is, but that person clearly knows what he/she is doing. One of...More
We came across this bar/restaurant while we were waiting for a table somewhere else. They have a vast selections of beers and we also ordered the cheese board and wings which were absolutely delicious. Good quality/ price and really good/fast service. Throughly enjoyed it!
Had the best Eggs Benedict ever for a Saturday brunch. The coffee was fantastic but there is a wonderful beer list if you like beer with brunch.
We read the reviews and decided to come here for dinner and beer. They have quite an extensive selection of local and some not so local beers. These beers have flavor and body. If your tastes for beer are more mainstream, flavorless, and mundane then...More
We had heard about this restaurant via Trip Advisor but when we started to walk there and went through Gastown through an area that was a little dodgy we were not so sure. There was nothing to worry about. After a very short wait we...More