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About Seasons in the Park
Poised in Queen Elizabeth Park at the highest point in the city, and overlooking the exquisite quarry gardens, Seasons in the Park Restaurant is a local landmark in a class of its own, having set the standard for distinctive regional cuisine and exceptional service in Vancouver for almost 20 years.
Centrally located and just a 10-minute drive from the Vancouver International Airport and Vancouver’s downtown core,
this glass-wrapped restaurant features stunning views of Vancouver’s shimmering city skyline, the North Shore Mountains and Pacific Ocean.
With innovative, seasonal dishes, the menu highlights West Coast and Pacific Rim influences and delivers clean, fresh, simple dishes. For private events Seasons in the Park offers four unique rooms, each boasting unparalleled views.
Seasons in the Park is the quintessential Vancouver dining experience; simply the very best the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M5
Northwest, Seafood, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:45pm
Brunch: Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm, Sunday: 10:30am - 2:30pm
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Entrances into Queen Elizabeth Park are located at West 33rd Avenue (Midlothian Avenue) at Cambie Street and West 33rd Avenue at Cambie Street.
PAY PARKING IS RUN BY THE CITY OF VANCOUVER AND IN EFFECT ALONG THE STREET AND IN THE PARKING LOT UP TOP. VALET SERVICE AVAILABLE ALL DAY.
Seasons in the Park is located at the very top of Vancouver's second largest greenspace. There are public transit stops located along both Cambie (#15) and Main Street (#3). For more information on getting here CLICK HERE!
Private Party Facilities:
Spectacular views are the backdrop of a variety of the areas within the restaurant that accommodate larger groups: The Main Dining Room (130), the Skyline Room (70), the Garden Vista (40) and the Summit Room (50) are surrounded by greenery and showcase Vancouver at its best.
Private Party Contact:
Makda Gino: (604) 874-8008
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
THE SEASONS IN THE PARK WINEBAR IS OPEN! Join us on Tuesday nights for our public wine tastings. For tickets & more information on upcoming events CLICK HERE!
Seasons in the Park Ratings and Reviews
Seasons is a favourite place for special occasions. For this retirement lunch celebration, everything was perfect from the opening greetings with the manager and hostess, to the perfect table, the informative two servers, the chef checking with us and to the delicious meals that each person had. The weather was not as cooperative as we would have liked due to fog but the experience was a 10 out of 10! We will definitely be back. Thank you Seasons staff for making this event so memorable.
The setting of Seasons is quite beautiful with a wonderful view of the city, but, there is a distinct 'old hotel food' smell as one passes to the front of the restaurant. The service is good and professional, but, the food is overpriced for the typical lunch fare and not particularly good. Pizza was 'mediocre' and the bowl was insipid.
Overall, the food was disappointing after reading the menus and one can only hope that the evening meal is more to the standard of, what should be, an upscale dining experience.
I enjoyed our first dining experience at Seasons in the Park, although the French toast left me really disappointed. They cooked the bread with herbs and served it with mixed berry compote and maple syrup. It honestly tasted like putting maple syrup on a pizza -- very strange. If I go again I would ask that they keep the bread savory herb free.
Great place to celebrate a special occasion. Tasty food. Good ambiance and good service. I personally would've wanted to have seen the drinks to be a bit more present in your glass instead of loading it up with ice, but that's negligible. Overall, I would absolutely go here again! Ensure you go on a clear day/night and grab one of the seats on the elevated floors...that way you can overlook all other tables.
Beautiful night views from the prepared window side table on the New Year's Day. Experienced table adviser. Kind flexibility to our request for sharing dishes to our smaller stomachs as well as for delicious creamy prawn with less chili. Ended by surprising Spanish coffees.
Seasons is our favourite dining place in Vancouver. The view is always spectacular, the serving staff take such a personal interest in every party, and the food is always beautifully presented. We took some friends as a thank you to them and they loved our time together.
Unfortunately, the service was very slow. We waited probably 30 minutes maybe even longer for our food to arrive once we placed our order. If you go to this restaurant, please expect a very long delay between ordering your food and having your food arrive at your table.
This was my first time being to this restaurant and the view is spectacular, the very first thing that caught my eye. It has a very romantic atmosphere, especially during the winter with all the lights and decorations. Would defiantly recommend this restaurant to couples for special occasions, as long as you are okay with opening your wallet a little. But the price for food is very much worth it. Me and my boyfriend both had the Filet mignon with a red wine sauce, and O.M.G was it ever good. Cooked to perfection, with a buttery, fall apart in your mouth texture it was to die for. I also would recommend their Raspberry lemonade for those who don't want wine.
This is probably our favourite restaurant but our experience was a little disappointing this time because the food portions were smaller than normal, and it looks like the prices increased. The service was great and the food still tasted delicious, but bigger portions would’ve made the price more justifiable.
We booked a late meal then changed to an earlier time with no difficulty. We were blessed with a snowfall which intensified the appreciation of the view of Vancouver lights at Christmas time from our table. Although my husband's order was confused (maybe he should have been clearer) the meals were enjoyed by all four of us. Our server was polite, friendly but not obtrusive.
Seasons is usually impeccable food, the bread melts in your mouth. This time though was the first day it snowed and I think they had a lot of customers not show up. We were one of maybe 8 tables for lunch before the holidays. This place would usually be packed. The bread was not fresh, very crusty, and the chicken a touch dry. And was a full half chicken (but very small chicken) instead of the breast I’m pretty sure it normally is. I know it’s a one off due to the weather so next time will be better.
Lunch selections were mediocre. Wife had the chowder and I the linguini. I must say I could make both better at home.
The server was distracted and had chipped fingernail polish. In certain industries this would be a real hygiene concern and not permitted.
My wife and I go there once a year as we where married in the room downstairs 24 years ago.
It's become a somewhat more of a traditional destination than a choice for a good meal.
Not sure we'll be back next year.
Our annual trip to Seasons in the Park never disappoints. You need to reserve especially at holiday times (includes all of the December). You get great service, quality food and a wonderful view if you have booked it. We keep coming back and if truth be know I come here on other occasions.
This is a tourist trap at best. I was worried when I saw a sign in the park on the way, that it would be so, and it was. Just goes to prove that you cannot always believe the reviews. It all depends who is doing the reviewing.
The restaurant was very pretty with a gorgeous view. At first the waitress was great- friendly and attentive. However, as the evening wore on, and on, and on, and the main courses never came she stopped by just once to say sorry and tell us the food was on the way. Then she disappeared, and still no food. Finally the dishes arrived, and the meal was just okay. Nothing that rated the reviews, or the wait. One of the 4 of us really disliked her meal; thought her fish was under cooked, but no one came to ask. At the meal's end the waitress arrived and offered the standard apology, "Can we buy you dessert?" That is always the response when a restaurant has done something wrong. (Why not take a main course off the bill instead)? Anyway, three of us ordered dessert and one of us ordered a cappuccino. They billed us for the cappuccino. We thought that was the last straw in cheapness with no class. Would not recommend this restaurant unless you just want to see the view and have a drink.
The crab cake. Was listed on this h menu as plural. CrabcakeS. So to only receive 1
My dem glacé for my prime rib was stone cold and initially not enough to dip the Yorkshire in. Like a real prime rib should have lots of au jus/gravy. And then the Yorky was small and extremely doughy in the middle. So it is. Unfortunate to say the lemon tart was the best part of the meal
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