The Black Frog / Vancouver

108 Cambie St. at Water St. Vancouver V6B 2M8
Opening Hours
Sun 12:00 - 00:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 00:10
Fri 11:30 - 00:20
Sat 12:00 - 00:20

Just a few paces north on Cambie, we’re Vancouver’s friendliest place to grab a bite, hoist a cold pint and relax in good company. Daily food specials, daily tap specials, sports on the big screen, a great crowd – it’s all here. And it’s all for you.

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Blogger Reviews @ The Black Frog
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Tips from the Net @ The Black Frog
Trimeal M en
Great enviroment. Was there st pattys day. Didnt mark up prices and had good vibe! GooglePlace - March 2018
Van Hoang en
Izzy the bartender was awesome. Great knowledge of the beer. And was very helpful when our order was incorrect to fix it for us. The environment was great. Fun place to go to watch an Oilers game. Even though they aren't doing so well. Will be back again GooglePlace - January 2018
R C en
Luv it for drinks; solid selection and prices. Luv the vibe & characters in here. Music's a little loud to talk over. *sorry haven't had food yet. There will be a next time! GooglePlace - January 2018
Erik F en
Food was good. Beer list was decent. I was from out-of-town and the server gave me an awesome list of places to check-out GooglePlace - January 2018
Megan Maki en
Despite the consistently slow service, I honestly loved going to the Black Frog until tonight. I am not a huge drinker so I don’t mind service being slow. However, my friend and I were having a lovely evening until the male server we had brought us our bill. I was in the washroom and my friend was sitting at the table when he came by with the bill, looked at her, and said “Try not to look so dead, Love.” This is the equivalent to asking a woman why she isn’t smiling. This is not okay. A person’s facial expression is none of another person’s business, nor do we as human beings “owe” each other aesthetically pleasing expressions. Just because someone is female does NOT mean they should pretend to be happy to appease another person. My friend did nothing to deserve being demeaned like that. Also, FYI sometimes people’s faces are not a reflection of their mood. We both left the experience feeling digusted. After reading a handful of other reviews, it would appear that this kind of treatment by staff is as consistent as the slow service. Would not recommend going there. GooglePlace - November 2017