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About Rogue Kitchen & Wetbar
Every day funk is what going Rogue is all about. Crazy tall light fixtures and walls that glow set against sand-blasted brick and well-worn hardwood floors.
Menu-wise, going Rogue means doing things in the kitchen others said couldn’t be done. Like a completely fresh burger served medium-rare to make it the juiciest and best tasting in town. Or corn-dogs your not supposed to want but secretly crave.
Going Rogue means your horizons are greater than the “usual suspects” of chain restaurants. Rogue gives it’s customer an eclectic enough offering of food and surroundings, that they can feel and be themselves. You can go Rogue when you’re slumming, you can go Rogue when you need to impress. You can go Rogue with a date, your mates or with your boss.
Best of all, you can afford to go Rogue every day of the week. Need a stiff drink and tasty meal to get you through your daily grind and have enough left over to do it all again tomorrow? Go Rogue.
Vancouver, BC V6B 1G1
International, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
Monday through Thursday 11:30 am - midnight
Friday & Saturday 11:30 am - 1:00 am
Seymour - Waterfront Station
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
*Extra Payment Option* All that Canadian Tire cash you've been saving up for years? Spend it on a beer! Yeah, we accept it as a form of payment. Whether $0.10 or $100. If you have it, we'll accept it!
DRINK & RIDE! Rogue is conveniently located at Waterfront Station where you may arrive via skytrain, seabus, bus, west coast express or harbour air.
Rogue is conveniently located at Waterfront Station where you may arrive via skytrain, seabus, bus, west coast express or harbour air.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wine
Rogue Kitchen & Wetbar Ratings and Reviews
I went for drinks with a friend and they have good happy hour specials. Highballs are only $3.50
and Sangria fishbowls are on special as well. I would pass on both as they seemed quite watered down, especially the sangria which tasted very sweet and seemed like mostly juice.
We had a few appies including nachos, brussels sprouts and homemade chips. The best items were the chips, the brussel sprouts were tasty but very greasy. The nachos were standard, not very cheesey. Overall if you are in the area and want a budget friendly spot to have a drink and a nibble it would be an OK hang out.
The restaurant looked bigger on the inside than what it looked on the outside. We were served with an astounding server, despite the amount of customers she had to tend to. The only complain is the nachos we ordered. The cheese and the rest of the toppings were all on top. We were just eating chips by the time we got to the bottom portion.
The fact I booked my table a week in advance then got sat by the window beside a floor heater that was on while the sun was blinding me in the face. It was rather uncomfortable as I was sweating and it was the first sunny day in spring. The waitress barely checked in and the blinds only covered half the window so the sun was not able to be covered. I asked for honey with my tea and she did not bring it. Overall good thing the company was good because the venue was not overly impressive.
Our overall feeling was pretty average. The menu was average, there didn't seem to be many options unless you were a big fan of seafood, though it wasn't advertised as a seafood restaurant. The drinks menu was pretty average too. We were excited to try all of their cocktails at the 'wet bar' but unless there was a hidden menu that we didn't see, there were only 4 to choose from. The wine list was expensive and limited.
Our server however was great and the decor was really warm and welcoming.
The vibe was really fun, food good and service very accommodating. I enjoyed the sirloin steak with Gorgonzola sauce, however my friend's also raved about the crispy chicken sandwich. I'll try that next time. Also, it's always a plus for me when I see a restaurant carrying Kim Crawford wine, didn't expect that from a craft beer place. Overall, we all really enjoyed our time there.
The food was hit or miss. Some things we really enjoyed but others were not as apealing. Do not eat the cheddar potatos . They cheese they have used is to overpowering and it's not asthetically pleasing as well as it looks like it's cut out of a potato loaf. The stark with creol butter was great as well as the Rouge burger. The atmosphere is the real reason to go. It's romantic and elegant but for a good price. Being in the sky train line is a real bonus if you're looking to have drinks, or are wearing high heels. I would defiantly recommend this place for a date night .
We had a table for 12, on a Sunday at 12:30. The server was really patient and helpful, as people drifted in at different times, and 2 of our group were 45 minutes late. Everyone received their food choices in reasonable time, and the menu choices were delicious and well priced. We'll be back!
Our server (Darci) at the West Cardova location provided us with horrible service. Some examples are:
We were there for a bday celebration. Darci didn't acknowledge who's bday it was nor did she seem to care
No knowledge of the drink menu
When we asked her questions about the menu, she was sarcastic with her answers. When we asked to have our sangrias mixed with the Bellini, she rolled her eyes
When she presented the bill, I asked her for the portable debit machine. Her response was "it's better you pay right away because I'm busy with other tables"
The food was absolutely delicious. However, Darcis attitude ruined our experience
Tomato basil soup was amazing! The tiny salad with goat cheese, pecans and greens was good but a little excessive with the dressing. Shared the roasted brussel sprout appie with my sister and that was surprisingly yummy! She said brussels sprouts are trendy in restaurants these days.
My friend and I brought our girls to Rogue before seeing Taylor Swift. The menu offers some great selections that are kid-friendly. I enjoyed the ling-cod/salmon duo a lot! Arriving during Happy Hour we were able to get a great deal on glasses of Kim Crawford before 6 pm :)
All the servers were engaging with the children - all dressed up for Taylor Swift and feeling pretty special.
The food was very disappointing. We ordered appetizers, salad, and a pepperoni mushroom pizza. The "large" caesar salad was quite small, but tasted okay. The sushi appetizer did not taste fresh. The "thin crust" pizza was soggy and seemed more like thick crust.
We come here often as I have a gluten allergy and the have had a gluten-free beer on tap. This time they had it waiting to be tapped and they were all out of bottles gluten-free beer. It's the reason I chose Rogue, so I was disappointed. The food was good, however our waitress seemed very busy and service was slow. After ordering, she came back 10 minutes later to confirm something on my gluten-free order and I suspect that nothing was started before that. I'll give them another chance but I do expect that there will always be a gluten free option in the 26 taps they have.
The food is usually good here, and they have awesome drink specials. But the service is notoriously slow all 4+ times I've been here. You wait up to 15 minutes for drinks, and the refills are slow in coming. I recommend it for the food, but not if you are in any sort of a hurry or want to have a steady flow of drinks coming.
The food was not as good as in past visits and there were order mixups apparently due to miscommunication. Serving staff friendly, patient, maybe just distracted by the big tables (or maybe they couldn't hear us!)Still very much enjoyed the decor but the larger loud groups near us together with total noise level made conversation difficult.
I've recommended Rogue in this location to people regularly but I don't think I will, now. Like other large craft beer/food places seems a little spoiled by its own success, especially the dominating large tables.
We had reserved a table for 2,and when we arrived we asked to be seated outside. There was a wait list, but we were promptly accommodated. Food and service was great. Would definitely revisit. It is a spot I recommend to guests on the North Shore when they visit my place of business. I will continue to do so.
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