This Is Why Everyone Wants Table #38 at This Italian Restaurant in Gastown

From banquette bench and high top to bar perch and floating booth, there really are no bad seats at good looking Di Beppe.

This Is Why Everyone Wants Table #5 at This Seafood Restaurant in Gastown

Overlooking Gassy Jack Square, the refined and good-looking Coquille is home to many a great table, but only one is best.

The Best Seat in the House at Nuba

Each location of Lebanese eatery Nuba has great seating options, but Table #10 at their Yaletown address is unquestionably superior.

Sneak Your Pints Into ‘The Cave’ at Brassneck

The 'Best Seat in the House' column returns to detail the secluded awesomeness of this hidden gem in Mt. Pleasant.

Quantifying the Benefits of the Best Seat in the House at Gastown’s La Mezcaleria

If you've ever sat in the window at the Mexican restaurant on E. Cordova St. and thought, "This is awesome", you aren't alone...

Where to Eat Your Omelette at Vancouver’s Most Parisian of French Restaurants

Not all restaurant tables are created equal, and this is especially the case at the highly transportive and atmospheric Au Comptoir.

You’ll Want a Front Row Seat for Two Rivers’ Cheeseburger Show

We heads to the North Shore and Two Rivers' new restaurant for the next instalment of "Best Seat in The House".

The Awesome Table Everyone Should Cross Their Fingers for at West Pender’s ‘Cinara’

Squeeze yourself and a few friends into this unique corner booth at chef Lucais Syme's European-themed charmer

Breezy, Palapa-Topped Table #31 At Yaletown’s New ‘Fayuca’

Not only is it the only one of its kind in the restaurant but it's also right in the thick of it with sight lines to the patio, lounge and front door.

Seeing Everything From Lucky Taco’s Unique Table 31 In Kitsilano

When it’s not sunny or otherwise gorgeous out the action at Kitsilano’s Lucky Taco is anchored by the bar and the tables closest to it. When it’s nice out, however, it’s all about the patio. And yet neither of those sections of the restaurant – now enjoying its second summer – offers up the best seat in the house.

The Vantage Point Of Table No. 3 At Commercial Drive’s ‘Kin Kao’

Table #30 is where you can curl up with your beer and deep fried sour pork ribs and spy not only on the bar, your table neighbours and the kitchen pass but also on the world going by beyond the glass.

A Little Relative Quietude At Cafe Medina’s Corner Table No. 1

The 2-3 seater is the first table in the dining room, the first of 13 on a banquette that runs all the way to the open kitchen.

The Joys Of Beer & Train-Watching At The Alibi Room’s Table 11

There are many good tables to be had at this beer-focused institution, but #11 - a window deuce - is the absolute best of the bunch.

Window Table No. 5 For People-Watching At Chinatown’s ‘Bestie’

Either Table 9 Or 21, The Twin Window Roundies At Vij’s Rangoli

Crossing Fingers For The Window Booth At The Ramen Butcher

Window Perches 1 & 2 At Haru Korean Kitchen On Cambie Street

Table No. 702 At Nightingale – A Private Side-By-Side Boothlet

Superb Sightlines From Table #41 At West Hastings’ Wildebeest

Seat C-9 On The Lunch Counter At West Hastings’ Acme Cafe

The Battle Of The Booths At “Juke Fried Chicken” In Chinatown

Window Deuce At ‘Fat Mao’ On East Georgia Street In Chinatown

The Better Of The Pair Of Gangster Booths At ‘Chambar’ Is #60

Table #43, AKA ‘The Hot Tub’ At Chinatown’s New Kissa Tanto

Unique Table #99 At The Fraserhood’s Busy ‘Osteria Savio Volpe’

The Benefits Of Table #11 At Yaletown’s Homer St. Cafe & Bar

Summer Table #1 & Winter Table #6 At West Side’s La Quercia

Chef’s Table #70 Has Its Own Kitchen Window And ‘Lazy Susan’