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There's A New Hipster Restaurant In Vancouver's Fraserhood And It's Aesthetic AF

They're even serving beer ice cream floats!
There's A New Hipster Restaurant In Vancouver's Fraserhood And It's Aesthetic AF

Hey Vancouver, there's a new hipster food joint that just opened up last week on Fraser St and it's calling your name. Serving up comfort food that will make your mouth water, soft-serve ice cream beer floats, and over 18 different types of craft beer, including your local faves like Luppolo, Twin Sails, and more, Bells and Whistles will definitely become your new favourite weekend haunt.

Oh yeah, and did we mention, this place is aesthetic as fvck. Designed by Winnipeg-based geniuses, Tinto Creative Studio, this restaurant is defs going to be on our Insta. I mean, come on, the beer menu on the walls literally looks like a game of Scrabble, and the rustic pillars and exposed ceiling are just...need I say more?

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But let's get back to the menu for a minute. They've got a super long list of beers (as you can see from the menu above), and who doesn't love a good beer. Even if you're not a fan of the juice, we can assure you that you'll find something you'll like here, as they also serve a wide variety of wines, ciders and cocktails.

And now when it comes to the food menu, omg, we're dying. They're serving pineapple sriracha chicken wings, massive nacho plates, all-day breakfast, and stout soft-serve ice cream floats, just to name a few. It's the perfect type of food that you'd want to chow down on with a big fat pint of beer.

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via @twinsailsbeer

Last but not least, they've got a freakin' IceBall machine and a basketball arcade game in the back. Please don't try to act like you don't already love this place.

via @bectraub

If you haven't already made your way on down to Bells and Whistles, you should probably do that now. Bells and Whistles is located at 3296 Fraser St, and is open daily from 11:30AM to 12AM.

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