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Vancouver's Waterfront Community
The curves of the Columbia River hold a wealth of cultural and recreational experiences for visitors to explore. From shopping and dining to water sports and parks, Vancouver's waterfront community continues to grow.
What does a day at The Waterfront look like? Plan to grab a fresh seafood dish on the WildFin patio—or swing by the seasonal walk-up What A Catch Fish Bar window for a quick bite of fish 'n' chips and a soft-serve ice cream cone—while watching sailboats pass by the 90-foot Grant Street Pier. A gathering place for all who visit the Waterfront, the cable-stayed pier is the focal point of the new waterfront park, complementing the surrounding $1.5 billion project by Gramor Development. Pour yourself a local brew from the Portland area's only self-serve beer wall at the second-story Barlows Public House, or sip a Washington wine at Maryhill Winery's newest satellite tasting room. You can even do a whole wine walk to five tasting rooms within a few blocks! Head to Twigs Bistro if a martini is your drink of choice, or just enjoy a tasty supper while the sun sets on the horizon. For a riverside retreat, stay at the Hotel Indigo—a unique and vibrant boutique property that exudes the local culture of Vancouver USA—and enjoy a gourmet steak dinner on El Gaucho's terrace patio (both coming soon).
Bring the kids to play in the City of Vancouver's new 7.3-acre Waterfront Park that features an open lawn for cartwheels, an urban beach for sandcastles, and seating areas perfect for picnics. The Headwaters Wall is an interactive water play feature, complete with a bronze topographical map of the Columbia River's watershed. The Waterfront Renaissance Trail connects to the park, extending the current five-mile trail from Vancouver's urban core to Wintler Park.
At the adjacent Terminal 1, the Port of Vancouver is planning a public marketplace that will supplement downtown's thriving Farmers Market, a trendy AC Marriott Hotel, and commercial and community spaces for all to enjoy.
Stay up-to-date with the the Waterfront development by checking out the live web cam footage of the site as it undergoes construction.
Twigs offers a variety of American cuisine staples, including salads and sandwiches, handmade
Columbia Gorge-based Maryhill Winery opened a large tasting room on the developing Vancouver
Open on the Waterfront with views of the Columbia River from the patio seating, Stack 571 offers
Open at the Waterfront Vancouver, Barlow’s Public House offers a menu of smoked meats and
Pepper Bridge Winery & Amavi Cellars opened a joint tasting room at the newly developed Vancouver
Operating as a tasting room during the day and a wine bar at night, Brian Carter Cellars brings its
Airfield Estates has a deeply rooted history that traces back to 1907 when the founder and
An emerging Washington winery, Valo Cellars showcases the purity of the state's grapes by focusing
Headquartered in Hood River, Oregon, Naked Winery is jumping the river to open a tasting room on
Opening in late 2020, El Gaucho will be a part of Hotel Indigo on Vancouver, Washington’s renovated
Grant Street Pier, Waterfront Park, Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar, WildFin American Grill, The Murdock (office building), Rediviva (apartments)
Maryhill Winery Tasting Room, Barlows Public House, RiverWest (apartments), Stack 571, Headwaters Wall (water feature), Pepper Bridge Winery & Amavi Cellars
Brian Carter Cellars, Airfield Estates, Residences at Kirkland Tower, Valo Cellars & Masalto Wine
Naked Winery, Hotel Indigo, El Gaucho, AC Marriott, DosAlas Latin Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Port of Vancouver Public Market