O’Doul’s has been a tradition on the Vancouver dining scene for over 30 years and in the words of Mia Stainsby, restaurant critic for the Vancouver Sun “..it’s never been better.” In its most recent incarnation the focus is on local and sustainable cuisine, an extensive and user-friendly wine list and on presenting the best of the vibrant local jazz scene, 7 nights a week.
As part of Vancouver’s “most art-full hotel”, O’Doul’s has presented the finest musicians on the Vancouver jazz scene 7 nights a week, 365 days a year since 1996. A favourite gig for many players, this award-winning restaurant is located on Robson Street and is famed for Chef Chris Whittaker’s eco-forward West Coast menu and 80-foot mahogany bar.
In 2006 the restaurant took its fine food, award-winning wine list and enthusiastic service outside and hit the road to your office, home, backyard and favourite venue – The Cultch!
The Listel and O’Doul’s are committed to Vancouver’s arts community. Whether as the 2009/10 sponsor of The Cultch’s opening nights or host hotel of the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale or the TD/Canada Trust Jazz Festival, or sponsorship roles with the Vancouver International Film Festival and Arts Umbrella, the Listel is involved and passionate about the cultural life of the city. http://www.odoulsrestaurant.com/