Our hotel concierge recommended Lupos and since it was Sunday evening, we went without a reservation thinking it would be a quiet evening. We were able to be seated, but the restaurant was very busy with lots of 20 and 30 somethings enjoying the great food and each others company. (There must be something about Vancouver young adults and electronics. We saw only one or two with their iphones, etc., out during dinner.) The restaurant is situated in a small three story house with the second floor living room/diningroom/enclosed porch serving as the dining area. The menu is somewhat limited, but excellent both in quality, quantity and presentation. The service is good and attentive and prices are reasonable. A split on the salad, two entrees, two glasses of wine and two espressos: $120 including tip.
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