We deeply appreciate your support of Delta Cup. As a two-day event filled with awesome dancing, it can be hard to tear yourself away from the action. But you’ll need to eat so we’ve put together a handy dining guide to help you out.

Mario’s Kitchen is located a couple blocks away from the KinVillage Community Centre. Darren Gates, the owner of this great restaurant, graciously supported Delta Cup in previous years. It’s a great restaurant and we encourage you to stop in. Make sure you mention Delta Cup and thank them for their past support! Mario’s Kitchen offers amazing food at reasonable prices. You can choose from pastas and pizza made with the freshest ingredients, ribs, burgers, salads, seafood and much more. Wendy and I dine there quite often because we really love the quality of food, service and atmosphere. This is one of the better restaurants in Metro Vancouver and usually has a lineup after 5pm.

Illuminati is a high-end Italian restaurant just two doors from Mario’s and Alpha is a Greek restaurant located directly beside Mario’s.

The Tsawwassen Mills outlet mall opened last year and offers some great dining choices like Milestone’s, Boston Pizza, Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl and Grill, and Montana’s Cookhouse. Directly across the street from the mall are other choices including A&W, Wendy’s, Stone Grill, Nando’s Chicken and others. Tsawwassen Mills is located about a 2-minute drive from the KinVillage facility. The mall itself is worth a visit when you’re here. It’s not only huge, but also a work of First Nations creativity, with beautiful sculptures throughout the 1.3-mile circuit. A bit farther north, in the community of Ladner, you’ll find additional dining options including Sharkey’s Seafood Bar & Grille and Taverna Gorgona.

Pat Quinn’s Restaurant is an upscale option located at Tsawwassen Springs Golf Club. Browns Socialhouse is located in the Coast Tsawwassen Inn.

White Spot is a good place for breakfast and also serves lunch and dinner. The Rose and Crown Pub is just one and a half blocks from the venue. There are also choices for Pho, Thai, Sushi, sandwiches and much more. Use the map below as a handy reference guide to the more popular dining spots in the area.

You can also check out the Boundary Bay airport if you like planes. It’s about a 7-minute drive from the venue and has a nice restaurant called Skyhawk that serves up some pretty good casual dining choices. It’s open from 7:30AM until 9PM on Saturday and 7:30AM until 8PM on Sunday.

If you’re staying at the Holiday Inn Riverside, you are right next to some good dining choices close enough to walk to. These include Stanley’s Grill and the Old Spaghetti Factory. Just down No. 6 Road is the excellent Country Meadows Restaurant located on the golf course of the same name. Just down Steveston Highway at No. 5 Road are Original Joe’s, The Keg, Boston Pizza, Cora and many other dining choices.

Late Night choices

If you’re looking for dine-in options after the end of the evening events, most of the restaurants will be closed but the Rose and Crown Pub is one of the few late-night choices. Milestone’s in Tsawwassen Mills is supposed to open till midnight on Saturday only but sometimes closes a bit early, and Browns Socialhouse in the Coast Tsawwassen Inn is open till midnight on Saturday only. Unfortunately, late Sunday night choices are a challenge in Tsawwassen and Ladner. You’ll have to head to Richmond for some real choice.

Delta Cup dining guide

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