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Restaurant Review: Colony Bar Northwoods.

Colony Northwoods is a bar and restaurant in North Vancouver. This is a great location is close to Seymour Mountain and Deep Cove.

They serve two classic corn dogs--regular and veggie. It is house-battered with a Nathan's Famous Dog in the centre, then served with dijon mustard, and ketchup. A fun dish that is shareable.

The crisp yam fries are served with a chipotle mayo sauce. Tater tots are loaded with banana peppers, jalapenos, sour cream, green onions, chipotle mayo, and pico de gallo.

If you want something a bit more healthy, they have different filling bowls with quinoa, spinach, fried tofu, cucumber, beets, Carrots, Pumpkin Seeds, Almonds, Tahini Dressing.

Their burger has 100% Pure Beef Patty, aged Cheddar, butter lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, and burger sauce. A good and classic burger.

Danish baby back ribs are slathered in their house-made BBQ sauce. Then it is served with some veggie skewers and fries. It was a so-so dish as some parts were drier than others.

Their hearty salad has a piece of Wild Pacific salmon, grilled leeks, charred corn, gem tomatoes, and their Goddess dressing. It was a large portion and tasted good. The salmon was moist.

In each order, you get three macarons with vanilla bean ice cream. It was surprisingly really good. A bit pricey, but it was the perfect bite to the end of the evening.

Overall, the food is good for the price you pay and there really aren't too many options in this area. It's a great place to have a drink with friends and some bites together. They have a variety of items if you want a fuller meal or just finger food.

Foodology is a top ranked food blogger on UrbanSpoon. Read more of her experiences at www.foodology.ca.

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Colony Bar Northwoods

2100 Dollarton Hwy, North Vancouver, BC

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