Cactus Club Cafe Coal Harbour is located in the Jack Poole Plaza across from the Olympic Cauldron and the Vancouver Convention Centre. Our largest restaurant to date offers guests a unique dining experience with panoramic views of the North Shore Mountains and Stanley Park.
Our menu, designed by our Executive Chef Rob Feenie, focuses on the freshest sustainable and local ingredients, including Ocean Wise sustainable seafood. In addition to long-time Cactus Club favourites and current Rob Feenie signature dishes, Coal Harbour also introduces new and exclusive globally-inspired offerings. Menu can be downloaded here
- Coal Harbour Private Dining Room Request -
Please note that this request is only for our private dining room reservations – not for main dining room bookings.
To request the dining room, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following mandatory information:
- First + Last name
- Contact phone number
- Contact email
- Event Date
- Event Time
- Party size (to a maximum of 44 people sitting, or 60 people standing)
- Event Occasion/ Event Details
ABOUT OUR PRIVATE DINING ROOM
Our private dining room can accommodate a maximum of 44 people seated or 60 people standing (for a cocktail reception). We are able to separate the room into two smaller rooms with our flexible partition, one for a maximum of 20 guests and the other for 14 people or less. For the private dining room we request a minimum food and beverage spend of $1,500.00 for dinner and $800.00 for lunch (pre-tax and gratuity) in lieu of a room rental fee. A $500 deposit is required upon the time of the reservation. The deposit is non-refundable within 72 hours of the event. An 18% gratuity will be charged.
This restaurant features a “sea-to-sky” terrace with retractable glass wall for open-air dining as well as a 40-seat private dining room. To book the private dining room, please fill out the form below (see full photo gallery here). The wrap-around patio creates an unparalleled experience for guests to enjoy views of Coal Harbour and the Olympic Cauldron.