January 22, 2018

GATHER | The Victor Restaurant x Opening x Parq Vancouver

"To the victor belongs the spoils."
The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort

False Creek—(January 17, 2018) The Victor restaurant—inspired by Queen Victoria and the British era of history bearing her name—officially opened late last year just across the terrace from The Douglas, Autograph Collection Hotel inside the brand new Parq Vancouver Casino Resort complex.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort
Mionetto Prosecco
One of eight in Parq's diverse dining portfolio of in-house restaurants, The Victor ticks the classic steakhouse and Pacific Northwest cuisine meets fresh seafood box with heavy themes of meat throughout the upscale eatery.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort

The beefier fare includes their trademark striploin and Tomahawk ribeye steaks—both meatily delicious. I found most of the supplemental side dishes the out-and-out highlights including the some of the crispiest steak fries around, onion rings, and mac n' cheese waffles, all rather delightful.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort

Only accessible through the sixth floor of the hotel and through the BC Place Stadium level outdoor park overlooking the Vancouver skyline, The Victor restaurant is fully stocked with an ornate lounge, wraparound bar, romantic booth seating, spacious concourse, and sushi raw bar.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort
blood orange limonata (with citron vodka, blood orange, lemon bitters, and sparkling water)
There's a classically cool feeling to the restaurant yet it maintains a bold enough atmosphere inside the flagship eatery filled to the brim with boozy vibes and meaty aesthetics.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort
Tomahawk steak station
Drinks and every cut of meat were flowing for the night celebrating the continuing openings and festive introductions of both The Victor and Parq in general.

The Victor Restaurant | Parq Vancouver Casino Resort

The Victor's appeal stems from its mostly classical approach to executing a full steakhouse and seafood dining experience with all the trimmings. It seems like a nice fit early on thus far with its upscale hotel meets Stadium District/Yaletown crowd.


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