A restored B.N.
C restaurant in Vancouver’s north is now offering customers a chance to enjoy some of the city’s most historic chandelirs.
The restaurant, located at the end of the Victoria Bridge in North Vancouver, reopened last week to a crowd of more than 20,000 people.
It’s the first restored chancery in Canada since the National Capital Commission restored the Victoria Chancery building in 2010.
The Victoria Bridge was rebuilt and re-opened in 2003 to commemorate the centennial of the French Canadian War.