In 2010 Darby's Pub earned 1st place in the Vancouver Courier's Reader's Choice "Stars of Vancouver'
-In 2009 Darby's Pub made 2nd place in the Vancouver Courier's Readers' Choice Awards 'Stars of Vancouver'.
Situated in the heart of Kitsilano and established back in 1981
in what had previously been the local church, Darby's was one of
the first pubs in Kitsilano. Named after the owner Terry Lightheart's sheep dog, many feel that
Darby is still looking over the flock today.
2001 MacDonald Street, Vancouver, V6K3Y2
With a stock of 30 rotating taps and also filling up 20oz imperial pints, Darby’s is a Kitsilano staple offering great BC craft, domestic and international beer. Crafts range from Vancouver and Victoria to outside of province and country. Like most of their beer stock, their food menu supports BC as well, using local growers and suppliers. Darby’s plays host to live entertainment every week, has HD TVs for sports and has even been known to host Beer Battles between local brewers. With all of this, including daily and weekly specials, you might want to take some of the experience home with you. Luckily, you can. Darby’s is also a liquor store, selling many of the same beers they pour and other hard-to-find BC craft favourites.
If you’re looking for good prices, craft beers and a fun place to watch the game, Darby’s Pub in Kitsilano is right up your alley. Darby’s has 20 taps ready to rock with beer from local breweries and daily food n’ drink specials. Their wings are chopped off of Rossdown Farms free-run chickens, battered, fried and smothered in your choice of Hot, BBQ Cajun, Pineapple Teriyaki, Honey Dijon, Moroccan Hot, S&P, and Lemon Pepper Dry Rub with a side of blue cheese or ranch dressing. A pound of Darby’s wings is $6.95 on Wednesdays and during Canucks games.
Darby’s in Kitsilano offers both a classic poutine as well as their signature duck confit poutine which is an upscale take on the classic dish made with Kennebec fries, duck confit, cambozola cheese, caramelized onions, and red wine demi-glace.