|Cuisine Type |||Fusion|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Beer & Wine|
|Neighbourhood |||North Vancouver|
|Monday to Friday 11AM to 12AM, Saturday 10:30AM to 12AM, Sunday and holidays 10:30AM to 11PM|
Profile Last Updated: April 30, 2008
Browns Yaletown takes diners back to the 1970’s with pale green booths, funky lighting and a series of blown-up, decades-old portrait photos hanging on wood-paneled walls. There’s a photo of the owner when he was a kid and shots of his friends, family and elementary school class. Funky florescent signs read, “EAT” and “Sorry about your one big ear,” and exposed brick adds to the restaurant’s Yaletown appeal. Browns has a completely different look on the outside. A white and red striped awning covers the patio and blankets are draped over the high bar chairs to keep you cozy post-sunset. The spacious patio gives diners a perfect vantage point to watch the hustle and bustle of the Mainland Street strip.
Browns epitomizes casual B.C. dining. The constantly-changing, modestly-priced menu features lots of burgers, sandwiches and fish dishes. Browns is open for brunch on weekends and holidays and for lunch and dinner seven days a week. The kitchen stays open late and daily drink specials keep the party going.
Browns has a classy sports-bar feel and the games are always on. The bar is especially lively when the Canucks and Lions are playing. Suspended TV sets hover over the lively bar and a big screen pulls down for prime viewing. With pay-per-view, no match is missed; making Brown’s an ideal place to catch the big fight, Monday Night Football or Hockey Night in Canada.