1505 W. 1st, Vancouver BC, Canada
Located just across the bridge at the entrance to Granville Island, this café relies on seafood from the nearby fish market.
"Halibut, salmon, oysters, mussels—the seafood here is as fresh as it gets," wrote former Straight food editor Angela Murrills.
Executive chef Nicolas Hipperson told another Straight food writer, Tara Lee, that he uses R&B Brewing Red Devil Pale Ale in the batter because he likes the bitterness and the hoppy-ness, providing a sharp flavour. Chips are created from Kennebec potatoes.
Events near Go Fish approx. 15 minutes away
Much Ado about Nothing
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival presents William Shakespeare's comedy set in 1959 Italy, where a group of actors and filmmakers celebrates the wrap of their latest movie.More info
The Winter's Tale
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival presents William Shakespeare's drama in which the love of two young people becomes the catalyst for reunion, redemption, and a family’s healing.More info
The Merchant of Venice
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival presents William Shakespeare's drama, set in modern-day Venice, that exposes the consequences of how we treat outsiders in our midst.More info
Bittergirl: The Musical
The Arts Club Theatre Company presents Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence, and Mary Francis Moore's musical that charts the romantic...More info
exhibition assembles iconic artifacts, storied replicas, and contested objects for an exploration of the role stories play in defining lives and communities and what happens when we question the tales we’ve long relied uponMore info
Oh Canada: The True North Strong and Funny
The Vancouver TheatreSports League presents a show that pokes fun at Canadian stereotypes through a series of vignettes and improv games.More info