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Grant Street Restaurants, comprised of The Jean (Blocks 9) and The Don (Block 12) Buildings, feature two flagship two-story restaurant at The Waterfront Vancouver.

The centerpiece for these vibrant restaurant buildings is an expansive cable-stayed pier. This work of art spans out 90-feet over the mighty Columbia River and serves as a focal point for the entire 20 block development. Situated amidst the Columbia River Renaissance Trail, the iconic art piece, designed by nationally recognized public artist Larry Kirkland, is a gathering place for all who visit The Waterfront Vancouver. Flanking the Grant Street Pier, the Grant Street Restaurants are situated at the water’s edge with front row seats to the Vancouver Waterfront Park, offering incredible views — all designed to give patrons a memorable dining experience. Open-air patios and a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere creates a dynamic energy, making it a popular spot for families, date night or your next memorable night out with friends. Grant Street Restaurants showcase a variety of
restaurants that keep pace with culinary inspirations that the region is famous for. Whether you’re seated inside or out you’ll enjoy breathtaking river views with stunning Mount Hood in the background.

The Jean (Block 9), named after Gramor Development President Barry Cain’s Mother, was designed to evoke a modern pavilion feel with extensive glass and an iconic soaring roof. As a dynamic backdrop to Grant Street Pier and the new ½ mile Waterfront Park and Headwaters Wall water feature, The Jean (Block 9) consists of over 15,000 square feet of space on two floors.

Block 12 (The Don), named after Gramor Development President Barry Cain’s Father, features more than 28,000 square feet in total building space. Block 12 (The Don) is intended to recall a riverfront boathouse with a decidedly modern feel. Simple horizontal roof lines, with sliding doors and an expansive second floor waterfront view deck offering abundant outdoor seating provides a dining environment unlike any other in the metropolitan Vancouver/Portland area.


The Jean (Block 9) – 777 Waterfront Way, Vancouver, WA 98660

The Don (Block 12) – 801 Waterfront Way, Vancouver, WA 98660

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