Welcome to the Davie Village

Vancouver BC's Gay Neighborhood

Experience the great dining, community and history of the Davie Street Village. We are a diverse, welcoming and LGBTQ / gay-friendly neighborhood in the heart of Downtown Vancouver and offer a one-of-a-kind experience to visitors and locals alike.

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Recent News

10 Breweries in Vancouver That Offer Tastings


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Are you getting tired of going to the same bar every week? A great way to enjoy a beer with friends is trying out one of the many breweries in Vancouver.

They vary in size and offerings but you’ll find anything from a quaint place to enjoy a beer tasting to a full restaurant where you can have a bite to eat along with your drinks. Here are 10 different breweries you can enjoy, check it out!


For an intimate, exclusive experience you need to check out Brassneck. The tasting room only serves 50 people and it’s all first come first serve so it can be difficult to get in depending on the time of day you visit.The beers on tap are always changing as they’re frequently experimenting with different styles. They also suggest not bringing large groups as it’s a pretty small space and they don’t want to have to turn you away.

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Canadian Musicians Tegan and Sara Create LGBTQ Foundation



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Canadian music duo, Tegan and Sara, have announced the launch of their own foundation to support LGBTQ rights.

The Tegan and Sara Foundation will fight for economic justice, health and representation for LGBTQ girls and women. Calgary-born sisters Tegan and Sara speak publicly about their sexuality and are both openly gay. The foundation was born out of their struggles with homophobia and sexism in the music industry. It’s also in response to the support they have received from accepting fans and stories they have heard from the LGBTQ community.

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