Slow-cooked barbecue and microbrewed beers welcome diners, especially before and after sporting events. Go for pulled pork shoulder, side ribs (pair with Red Truck ale) and Kentucky-style smoked brisket. Apple-smoke half-chicken rides shotgun with tropical lager.
I think Dix was exactly what we needed after literally walking around the perimeter of downtown Vancouver. Let's face it, when you're from Seattle - the land where even the crappiest dive bar has at least one microbrew on tap - Vancouver's beer scene appears dismal and overpriced at best.Dix was probably the only exception we encountered. The four of us shared a pitcher (excuse me, jug) of one... more
i used to be so excited to go there, grab a bucket of peanuts and watch hockey but the more i go there the less i like it.dix was one of the first pubs i went to when i moved to vancouver. my friends took me there for hockey. i loved it cos it seemed very unique. the floor covered in peanut shells, everyone wearing canucks shirts or jerseys incl the staff and a great atmosphere during the... more
so I had high hopes for this place, but I've had a lot of good barbeque in my life and frankly I was disappointed.I had the beef brisket and it was dry along with the coleslaw. high marks for the garlic mushrooms but otherwise nothing special here so far...I'm not a beer drinker, so their wide selection here didn't add any points, but if that's your thing, then it's probably worth a trip.also -... more
Exposed brick, brewing equipment, peanut shells on the floor and Southern-style barbecue set the scene at this fun brewpub, across from the BC Place stadium. Lagers crafted onsite are the big draw, and they make a great accompaniment to barbecued pork shoulder, hearty ribs and even smoked chicken. While you indulge in such substantial food, make sure to check out the game on the big-screen. A... more
\"Let the sauce run down your sleeves.\" That\'s the motto of this Yaletown brewpub known for authentic Southern-style barbecue ribs. Barbecue champ David Valjacic creates genuine lip-smacking Southern-style eats. The main decor feature is a brew kettle at the bar. The place is large, with tile-inlaid wood floors and massive sliding garage doors, and the crowd is casual. For side dishes,... more