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Avenue Grill Restaurant - Kerrisdale, Vancouver

Welcome to Avenue Grill Restaurant!

Avenue Grill Restaurant is nestled in a heart of historic neighbourhood of Kerrisdale and it has been a landmark since 1927. For decades, Avenue Grill has  put an accent on making Kerrisdale proud and providing the best possible service to it's residents and visitors. For those of you who are not familiar with Kerrisdale's heritage here are few bits of our history

Kerrisdale theater 1927
                                    


The first settlers in Kerrisdale were the Irish McCleery brothers, who came to the area in 1867 to farm the meadows where the golf course now bearing their name is located. When the Steveston fish canneries began to flourish, a need for workers prompted the CPR to construct a railway from Vancouver to Lulu Island.The "Sockeye Special," as it was called, went through the heart of Kerrisdale, providing transportation for the first influx of people.
                        View on 41st Avenue in 1911
 Kerrisdale acquired its name in 1905, when the B.C. Electric Railway took over the line from the CPR. Mrs. MacKinnon, one of the area's earliest residents, was asked by the line's general manager to name the tram stop at Wilson Road (now 41st). She chose "Kerrisdale" after her old family home in Kerrydale, Scotland.
In 1908, the area joined the new municipality of Point Grey and the first election was held January 11, 1908. As the geographic centre of the area, Kerrisdale became the political hub. The present Kerrisdale Centennial Park was the site of the original City Hall which at that time contained the Council chamber, municipal offices, the police court and a two cell jail.
From 1904 to 1912, Kerrisdale boasted a general store and post office, a hardware store and a real estate office, at the intersection of Wilson Road and West Boulevard. In 1912, Frank Bowser and Frank Burd built the Bowser Block, which still occupies the southwest corner of the intersection.
Streetcar service arrived on 41st Avenue in 1912, passing through the developing commercial area at 41st Ave. and West Boulevard. Kerrisdale joined the City of Vancouver in 1929 when it amalgamated with Point Grey.
Kerrisdale retains the basic development pattern of the early years, established by the Wilson Road and Vancouver-Lulu island train tracks.







When you visit Avenue Grill Restaurant, you're in for a treat. Experience our fresh seafood, scrumptious stews, creative pasta dishes or any of our other mouthwatering dishes. Our chefs are bringing a taste of home cooked meal to your table

Our warm and charming atmosphere will instantly relax you while our attentive staff spoils you. Weekly menu specials offer unique flavors and pairings.

Avenue Grill Restaurant is the perfect destination for your next night out, whether an intimate dinner for two or a large group celebration. We serve dinner 7 nights a week.

Please call for reservations. Gift certificates available. 






2114 West 41st Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
V6M 1Z1



604 266 8183




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