Built in 1909, the Homer Building has been an iconic property in Vancouver's neighborhood Yaletown for years. What was once the Homer Cafe is now the Homer St. Cafe and Bar, and it has gone through major restoration and renovations, doing this historic building justice. Step inside this contemporary space, admire the nod to the building's history and tuck into comforting dishes from the kitchen.
Steelhead trout makes a light and delicious dinner — Photo courtesy of Homer St. Cafe and Bar
If the red Grand Flame Olympia Rotisserie in the kitchen doesn't give you any indication to the feast you're about to eat, then the aroma certainly will. Juicy chicken and a daily featured roast are the main event here! The Homer St. Cafe has nailed the rotisserie chicken, and it's a must-order when you're there.
The crispy chicken skin is a favorite snack item to order off the menu and gives bacon a run for its money. The beef short rib and mushroom pie with lentils is another hearty favorite, while the citrus-baked steelhead trout with red cabbage, brown rice and dill is a delicious lighter option.
Finish your meal off with one of their housemade desserts. The chocolate pudding with maldon sea salt, cocoa nibs and honeycomb is amazing!
The Homer St. Cafe has brought life, flavor and atmosphere back to this beautiful building. This cafe and restaurant is sure to call this space home for a long time to come.
The crispy chicken skin is a must-order snack! — Photo courtesy of Homer St. Cafe and Bar