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Grandview-Woodland is one of Vancouver, British Columbia’s oldest neighbourhoods and used to be the city’s Little Italy.

It is still the best place in town to get a cappuccino, but now it is also home to immigrants of many different cultures and a cornucopia of restaurants that reflect the area’s diversity. The neighbourhood overlaps with the important Commercial Drive area, which Vancouverites often refer to simply as “The Drive”.

The heart of Grandview-Woodland is Commercial Drive. Here residents can enjoy a multitude of restaurants, cafés, pubs, shops and cultural establishments. This neighbourhood has been settled by waves of immigrants since the two World Wars, when many came from Italy and Southern Europe. More recently, immigrants from Latin America, Africa, the Caribbean and Asia have also chosen to live here, bringing with them their own specialized shops and restaurants.

The Drive also attracts hippies, musicians and artists given its distinctly bohemian nature. This is a place where you’ll find car-free street festivals, farmer’s markets, stores that sell products made by local artisans, live music, theatre, and even drum circles. Most people in the Grandview-Woodland area are between the ages of 30 and 44 and have an income of just over $35,000.


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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

The Commercial Drive area is arguably the best place in Vancouver to go restaurant and café hopping. The Drive’s Italian past has left it with an endless choice of places to grab an espresso, a wood-fired pizza, some pasta or a gelato.

At Café Calabria, Vancouver’s oldest Italian coffee house, you can have all the traditional espresso-based drinks, or create your own flavoured latte. Joe’s Café may be Portuguese and not Italian, but it is one of the best places in Vancouver to get a cappuccino. It has been an institution on the Drive since opening in 1974 and also serves Portuguese pastries such as pastel de nata (custard tart).

For Italian food accompanied by live music and dancing, check out Federico’s Supper Club. If pizza is what you crave, head over to Marcello Pizzeria for authentic Neapolitan-style pizza made in an enormous wood-burning oven shaped like the Mediterranean sun. Later, cool off with an ice-cream from La Casa Gelato, on Venables and Glen Drive. It’s not on Commercial, but is well worth the trek: there are 238 flavours to choose from! The Drive is also known for its bars and pubs. If you like nothing better than a cold brew while watching your favourite team play, St. Augustine’s Craft Brew House is the place to visit.

Named after the patron saint of beer, it has more than 40 beers on tap and wall-to-wall sports screens. The Libra Room, which features live music performances every night, is a great place for a cocktail (currently in renovation, it will reopen in late October 2016). Finish off the evening by watching a live performance at the York Theatre or an independent movie at the Rio Theatre.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate

Grandview-Woodland is a diverse neighbourhood, and though that is reflected in its real estate, don’t judge a book by its cover as some older-looking properties have renovated interiors. The area around Commercial Drive has many low-rise apartments, but amazingly the streets around the Drive also feature rows of single-family detached homes. Many of them are lovely old houses built in the turn-of-the-century “Queen Anne” style. More than two-thirds of the residents in the neighbourhood are renters.


Pollution/ Noise

Commercial Drive is one of Vancouver’s busiest thoroughfares, but many of the streets surrounding it are surprisingly calm. The parks around this neighbourhood help to keep the air quality clean.

Crime Rate

Although the crime rate in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood is slightly higher than the city’s average (there were 74 incidents of crime per 1000 residents compared to 60 in the rest of the city), the number of assaults and robberies in the area has decreased in recent years. Since Vancouver is a fairly safe city overall, the number of crimes in Grandview-Woodland is still low compared to busy neighbourhoods in other major metropolitan regions.



Grandview-Woodland is a family-friendly neighbourhood served by public elementary schools and a high school. Children in Kindergarten to grade 7 attend Grandview Elementary, Britannia Elementary or Queen Alexandra Elementary, and older students go to Britannia Secondary.

Public Transportation

Commercial Drive and the surrounding area are served by the city’s rapid transit SkyTrain system. The Commercial-Broadway Station is the busiest one in the SkyTrain’s network. It is where the Expo and Millenium lines connect with each other, taking passengers to downtown Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster and Surrey. Frequent transit bus routes, such as the 99 B-Line, which connects East Vancouver to the West side of the city, also stop at this station.


Family Life

A hub for families in the neighbourhood is the area around Trout Lake, in John Hendry Park. Popular with people of all ages, the lake features a fresh water beach with a swimming raft and lifeguards in the summer. The park area surrounding Trout Lake also offers playing fields, baseball diamonds, tennis courts, picnic areas and walking, jogging and biking trails. From May to October, a popular farmer’s market is held at the park every Saturday. John Hendry Park is also home to the Trout Lake Community Centre, which has an ice rink, gym, games room, weight room, classrooms and sauna.

Outside of the park, the Britannia Community Centre, just off Commercial Drive, is another great place to enjoy recreational activities. It has an indoor pool, an ice rink and a local branch of the Vancouver Public Library. Families with younger children will also enjoy visiting the Eastside Family Place, which offers programming for kids from 0 to 6 and their carers. Residents of Grandview-Woodland love a party and many popular Vancouver festivals take place in this neighbourhood. Check out the Italian Day or Car-free Day on The Drive during the summer, or don a spooky costume and join the Parade of the Lost Souls, which happens every year on the Saturday before Halloween.


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