If you’re looking to plan out a route of Metro Vancouver’s best restaurants/breweries, you can expect to encounter mental gridlock pretty quickly! There are just too many options to pick from. However, there is hope for fledgling foodies looking to cross names off their local “to-try” list.

Curated eating/drinking paths are available through handy programs like Dine the Line and The BC Ale Trail. Each one provides notable restaurant and brewery stops easily accessible along local transit routes. It’s definitely a delicious way to get from A to B. From New West to White Rock via a pulled pork sandwich and an IPA. From Coquitlam through Burnaby by way of a cobb salad with dressing on the side.

Not sure where to start? Try these maps on, and see what your appetite is.

Tasting Passport – Try a Local Brewery, Collect Stamps and Win this February

Image courtesy of BC Ale Trail

Once you’ve had dinner, it’s always nice to close out (or start) an occasion with a pint. This is where the BC Ale Trail shines as they’ve mapped out a comprehensive tour of great spots around BC where you can enjoy craft beer. Bring a Tasting Passport, and you’ll get stamps at all participating breweries that could win you a beer-lovers getaway. Ride transit on the way there, and you’ll get a bonus stamp and be entered to win a month-long Compass Card and BC Ale Trail swag pack.

Car-free, with no parking, and a reliable route, it already sounds like a solid outing! Whatever your palate is calling for, you’re sure to find something tasty cheers with.

Image courtesy of BC Ale Trail

No matter the route you take, or the stops you make, always be sure you’re doing so responsibly. Dine the Line offers safe and easy options for getting home if you’ve been drinking, so you can leave the car at home and enjoy your outings to the fullest.

Check out the maps here


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