Completed in 2013, the 1,860 square metre restaurant is Cactus Club’s western flagship with 500 seats located within the angular volume of a formerly unoccupied speculative space at Vancouver’s Convention Centre West. The design deftly exploits the breathtaking setting with expansive views of the adjacent Jack Poole Plaza and Vancouver’s spectacular Coal Harbour.

A series of contoured seating levels cascade down to a light-filled sea-to-sky terrace where a soaring steel and glass-roofed dining area looks out to sweeping vistas of Stanley Park, the North Shore Mountains and Vancouver’s working-waterfront setting. Wood ceiling slats oriented in long, variegated parallel lines combine with the angular volumes to create intimate dining spaces.

On warm, sun-filled days large, retractable glass panels slide open to let the outside in, further enhancing the experience of dining on the edge in Vancouver.

recognition

2017
Vancouver Magazine Gold Award Best Casual Chain

2016
Vancouver Magazine Silver Award Best Casual Chain

2015
Vancouver Magazine Gold Award Best Casual Chain

Vancouver Magazine Gold Award Best Downtown Restaurant

2014
Vancouver Magazine Gold Award Best Casual Chain

Vancouver Magazine Gold Award Best Downtown Restaurant

upper terrace

upper terrace

mid terrace

mid terrace

sea-to-sky dining

sea-to-sky dining

city edge

city edge

green-and-glass roof

green-and-glass roof

women's

women's