1154 Robson St., Vancouver
An extensive Italian menu and wine cellar at this popular restaurant attracts stars ranging from Halle Berry and Quincy Jones to Wayne Gretzky, who reportedly enjoys drinking wine from his own winery.
900 West Georgia St., Vancouver
This iconic hotel has been used as a film set inside and out for productions ranging from thrillers (Insomnia) to sci-fi (V and Fringe). Next door, the Vancouver Art Gallery is also a popular filming location.
455 W. Pender St., Vancouver
Celebs including star director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) have been spotted browsing the aisles at this bookstore. And when TV and film productions need an eclectic café to stand-in on screen, they go to Smile Restaurant, across the street.
Steveston Cannery Café
3711 Moncton St., Richmond
Start your tour of Once Upon a Time’s Storybrooke with this charming coffee shop and restaurant which doubles as Granny’s Diner in the series. Many storefronts on Moncton are used in the series.
Near Marine Way and Byrne Road, Burnaby
A working studio backlot with a street façade visible from the road where sequences for films like Watchmen have been shot.
Columbia Street & Downtown Parkade
Columbia and 6th St., New Westminster
I, Robot,Twilight, Fringe, Alcatraz and other productions regularly film on New West’s historic main street. The adjacent Downtown Parkade is often used for staging stunts and car chases while Front Street, down below, often doubles for locations in New York, Chicago, Boston and more.