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Displace Hashery

3293 West 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6K1R8
Tel: (604) 736-0212
Neighbourhood: Kitsilano

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Great place to hang out. Hidden Gem in Kits.
By J.Lind of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 3:20pm [Dine in]

My gal pals and I stopped here for a birthday party last week and it was a great choice, and thanks to some planning, we were able to get the back room where we had plenty of space to eat, play, drink and catch up.

Food: It's great gourmet pub food, from mac 'n cheese to organic chicken burger. My recommendation is the half rack rib dinner, which was made (half baked and grilled) to perfection and the dipping sauce was amazing.

Drinks: There are dozens of choices, especially excellent line up of local craft beers.
Service: These guys are pros. Everyone is really nice and happy to accommodate whatever needs your party has.

Atmosphere: Very chill, dim lights and mellow vibe.

I will be definitely coming back.

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Excellent Burgers!!
By Michael K of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, March 7, 2013 - 1:24pm [Dine in]

In one short week, I have found the two near-perfect burgers, one of them being the one at Displace Hashery.

It was everything I could have imagined and more. I had the Whiskey BBQ. The patty itself was fresh, tasty and juicy, impressive given that it was made with ground chuck. An excellent patty to bun ratio. The patty was slightly peeking over the bun and I did not find myself with excess bread. Displace erased memories of my last burger outing.

The bacon was crispy, just the way I like it. As was the pickle. Both give the burger that little bit extra snap to it. A very nice contrast to the soft, delicious patty.

Always order french fries. It's in house hand cut fries. The best!

Service was a excellent even though it was during a busy Canucks game. The restaurant was packed and given its appearance, I can only imagine that the burger was handmade. Well worth the wait though. I'm already counting the days until my next visit. Highly recommended!

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Incredibly surprised
By Adam D of Vancouver (downtown) (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, March 19, 2012 - 9:29pm [Dine in]

I was in the area with a group friends and we were looking for a place to get some beers and food. At first the service was a bit slow. I noticed the server talking a lot and didn't seem to be in a hurry to get our drinks and take our order. We decided to share a few starters ordering the pork belly sliders, spring rolls and fish tacos. All three were amazing. We were expecting regular bar food and would have been fine with it but the plates were unique, fresh and extremely delicious. It was a pleasant surprise. I'm looking forward to coming back and tasting more of the menu.

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Amazing food, great service and comfortable atmosphere
By sstephen of North Vancouver, BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, December 15, 2011 - 4:26pm [Dine in]

I have been to Displace a few times and the food is absolutely AMAZING. They have continued to improve on their menu since their opening. They have changed the calamari and it is absolutely delicious now. The last time I was there we had the 3 course holiday special menu and were not disappointed. Our server was Kali and she was great. She was attentive and on top of everything. Our water was always filled, dirty dishes were cleared right away, and she was very friendly and efficient. I would and do recommend Displace to people that want to have great food for a good price in a comfortable place.

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Nevermind No More! Hello Displace!
By mmbrown of Vancity (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, June 2, 2011 - 11:06am [Dine in]

Few of us went down to Displace for the Stanley Cup finals Game 1 last night and we loved it! It was jammed packed and had a great atmosphere!

We've been here when it was Nevermind and the difference is night and day. It's so much brighter, the food was excellent and very affordable, and the service was outstanding.

We will definitely be back for Game 2!

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Relaxed and comfortable restaurant
By ChowYun of Surrey (2 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 30, 2011 - 1:43pm [Dine in]

Girlfriend and I went here on the weekend. It has big open windows and beautiful decks.

The atmosphere was fantastic.

The relaxed and comfortable atmosphere was only outdone by the food.
We had the veggie poutine, buffalo burger, crab burger, and some fish tacos.
xcellent.
Our server Tim was intelligent and attentive.

He brought extra water before we asked and made a point of being around when we needed anything.

They even tested some food out on us, pineapple wrapped in bacon. Delicious.

One of the owners, Mo, came by and introduced himself. Talked with us for a bit and made us feel welcome. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

I had been to nevermind a few times. A dark and dingy place. This is well lit and comfortable. I loved it.

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Looking forward to our next visit
By smile4kd of Kits (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, May 30, 2011 - 1:29pm [Dine in]

What a great experience! When I walked in I felt like I was back in Australia at a pub by the beach. The waiter was friendly and attentive, the atmosphere was great, felt like I was on vacation, great chill music, not pretentious just relaxed and positive vibes.
The prices were great and the food was delicious, I'd recommend the crab cake burger and the poutine! We also tried a glutton free beer which was really different, very refreshing and enjoyable...we've been looking for glutton free beer at every beer store since then!
Will make sure I have more time to spend there next time, great place to spend an evening with friends.

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I want me some of that "glutton"-free beer!!
By HighPlainsDrifter of East Van (11 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 30, 2011 - 2:21pm [Dine in]

I've heard of gluten-free beer, but man, I could really use some of that new "glutton"-free beer that the previous reviewer spoke of! ;-)

"What a great experience! When I walked in I felt like I was back in Australia at a pub by the beach. The waiter was friendly and attentive, the atmosphere was great, felt like I was on vacation, great chill music, not pretentious just relaxed and positive vibes.
The prices were great and the food was delicious, I'd recommend the crab cake burger and the poutine! We also tried a glutton free beer which was really different, very refreshing and enjoyable...we've been looking for glutton free beer at every beer store since then!
Will make sure I have more time to spend there next time, great place to spend an evening with friends."

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Must try the food!
By Ebi2011 of North Vancouver, B.C, Canada (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, December 18, 2011 - 9:47pm [Dine in]

This is a must if your in the Kit's area, food is delicious and the prices are great. try the calamari and the organic beef burger! For $6 our picky son gets the mac and cheese and if mom and dad don't finish it off there would be plenty of left overs. I really enjoyed the service, atmosphere, and the kareokee on friday nights. Definitely check it out! It's refreshing to find a restaurant that actually makes good quality food, at very reasonable prices. I will be going back and bringing friends.

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What a dive!
By vmunster of Kitsilano Vancouver BC (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, May 24, 2011 - 9:54am [Dine in]

A group of us attended Displace last Friday for the Canuck's game. We should have realized something was amiss when there were plenty of tables still available at 5:30 p.m.

It had been years since I was in Nevermind (the pub before Displace) and it appears that nothing has really changed. It is still a dump. The "pictures" on the wall were pieces of paper--not even posters, the women's washroom smelt like an outhouse, and the service was non-existent.

Our server was slow and lacked knowledge of the menu. When asked about specific beers they might have, her response was that "she didn't know, but they had lots and lots of bottled beer." The menu was deceiving. I thought I had ordered an appetizer of calamari, but what I received was a bowl of onions and peppers and a 1/4 cup of calamari hidden below. A friend ordered an avocado salad, but received a green salad with a little avocado in it. The funniest meal was the sliders with the extra condiments. The condiments, for $6, included Kraft cheese slices cut up into 1" squares and Thousand Island Dressing. I'm not sure if they were trying to be ironic in the preparation of the food or were just cheap, but I wouldn't eat there again.

Another telling sign of how bad this place is is when the game was over, the place emptied out...that is, until their computer system crashed. Then our slow server appeared to be the only server capable of using a hand held calculator while the rest of the servers just kept telling her that other tables wanted to settle their tab. We eventually guesstimated our bill and, hopefully, didn't leave a tip, then left.

Quite frankly, I think Michael Buble, Mike Reno, et al., should be embarrassed to have their names associated with such an unprofessionally run, dump of an establishment. I would not recommend this place to anyone!

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