The Main – Prototypical Hipster Joint
If you’re looking for your prototypical hipster joint, you only have to hit up The Main – appropriately located on Main Street.
Open since 1997, the place has got high ceilings, a purple velvet bench seating, and a laid back atmosphere with a small stage where they sometimes host Canadian musicians.
The No Meat Pleez Omelette ($9.95) comes served with a small salad and roasted potatoes but we also wound up adding a side of sausage.
Meanwhile, I stuck with the Roast Lamb Sandwich ($9.95). The fries were crisp on outside but a bit dry inside. Despite this, I just couldn’t stop eating them. As for the lamb, it was very tender and served on grilled toast. The sandwich was kind of drippy from the juices but still pretty good.
Service was fairly aloof (think they were short-staffed) but if you’re looking for a place to go hipster spotting, you’re sure to see plenty of pretty hipsters wearing hats here.
4210 Main Street
Posted on December 26, 2014, in Breakfast, Brunch, Greek, Mediterranean, Restaurant Review and tagged Breakfast, Food, Mediterranean, restaurant review, Riley Park, Vancouver. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.