Posted May 24th, 2017, 10:22 AM
Probably the easiest would be to go to Cardero's
for dinner which is a half a block away from the Bayshore on the water. I wouldn't consider it primarily a seafood restaurant but has a good seafood selection. I last went there a few months back with some out of town coworkers who ordered seafood entrees and they quite enjoyed their meals. For breakfast, White Spot
is 2 blocks south on Georgia. It's a chain but IMO they do the range of breakfast fare solidly though nothing to write home about.
If you're willing to go further afield, we talked about Fish Shack in another thread. It's a non-fancy place on Granville though Granville street does get a bit hectic on Friday/weekend nights because of the bars/clubs/lounges. "Nicer" and though more expensive seafood specific restos in the downtown core you could also consider are Bluewater Cafe and Rodney's Oyster House both in Yaletown (which would be a bit of hike), Coast on Alberni, and Yew in the Four Seasons on Howe.
Other breakfast options you might want to consider are Cora's on Robson and De Dutch by the Convention Centre. They've also been mentioned in previous threads.
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