Vancouver is getting its first all-cider taphouse restaurant

20 taps flowing with cider, mead, beer, wine, and kombucha

A flight of hard ciders. Photo: bhofack2/iStock

Vancouver will soon be home to a new restaurant that's all about those beautiful B.C. ciders.

The Cider House is prepping to open at 1602 Yew Street in Kitsilano.

The cider-focused spot has moved into the space previously home to Basil Pasta Bar. (Basil's original Davie Street location remains open.)

With 20 taps set to pour chiefly ciders made right here in B.C., The Cider House will be the city's first full-serve restaurant that's focused on the popular beverage.

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In addition to the ciders, The Cider House will be pouring local craft brews, wine, and kombucha. They'll even have mead, a wine-like fermented drink made from honey.

For eats, the new spot is promising a menu of healthy eats. Some teaser pics on The Cider House's Facebook page suggest there will be light bites and snackable items like fresh rolls, bowls, and chips and dips starring an array of vibrant, colourful fresh produce.

With finishing touches left to put on the space and final okays from civic powers that be, The Cider House says they are aiming to have this new "community oasis" open by Friday, June 26. Follow them on Instagram @vancitycider for the latest.