|Cuisine Type |||Italian|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Good For Kids, Patio Dining, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Breakfast, Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Mon-Sun: 8AM-late (closing hours vary)|
Profile Last Updated: April 29, 2008
Located in the heart of the city, right across from the Vancouver Art Gallery, Bellaggio is a great spot to see and be seen. The large patio is a perfect place to people watch, while the inside of the restaurant offers a completely different experience. The interior décor is a nod to the rustic cafes in Tuscany. You can slide into a cozy booth for an intimate meal or pull up one of the funky lounge chairs and be in the middle of all the action. The restaurant is a busy spot that attracts an eclectic mix of business people, tourists, locals and families.
Anytime, Any Meal
It’s rare to find a place in the city that offers a varied menu for every meal, but Bellaggio does it and does it well. Start your morning with a crepe, eggs benedict or one of many choices of omelets. The hearty breakfast choices are served until noon, and then it’s over to the lunch menu. Popular afternoon choices include seafood salads, stacked sandwiches and personal sized pizzas. At dinnertime, the feature entrees include fresh fish and New York steaks. Kids will also be content with a mini-menu designed just for them.
As tempting as it may be to order a meal at Bellaggio, just popping in for a drink is a great idea, too. The mixologists at the big, open bar know how to shake a classic martini and mix a mean cocktail. Premium alcohols are always available. There are plenty of import and domestic beers and the wine list is a nicely edited collection of Italian and B.C. bottles. The restaurant is full of books and patrons are welcome to order a drink and relax in one of the comfy chairs.