In 1929, the popularity of Stanley Park motivated the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to create amenities to accompany the increasing usage of the area. In 1930, this building was erected, known as the Sports Pavilion, and was opened as a clubhouse for use by the local golfers and tennis players. From 1949 to 1974 it was known as the Third Beach Tea Room and from 1974 to 1990 as the Beach House. Since 1990, it has been known as The Fish House in Stanley Park. Amongst the spectacular gardens and forests of Stanley Park sits the historic Fish House. Relax and dine in our Fresh and Casual concept featuring exceptional seafood, freshly shucked oysters, or indulge in our famous Flaming Prawns. Sit back with a micro-brewed beer, glass of wine from our award- winning wine list, or a seasonal specialized martini. For 18 years The Fish House in Stanley Park has endeavored to provide the atmosphere, product and service worthy of this beautiful and historically significant park, and we hope you will enjoy your evening with us.
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