For those delegates staying on campus, there are an number of nearby dining options available.
Breakfast and Lunch
If you are staying in the Gage Towers dorms or Studios, you have breakfast included in your accommodation costs. However, there are also many other options for food on campus.
Other breakfast options near Gage include:
Great Dane Coffee, 6011 Walter Gage Rd
The best coffee on campus, available along with a wonderful selection of baked goods, soups, sandwiches, and other treats.
Boulevard Coffee, 5970 University Boulevard
Environmentally friendly cafe, with its own roasted coffees. Open 7am-7pm with a range of coffees and baked goods.
The Nest, 6133 University Boulevard
A wide range of eateries in UBC's spectacular new (2015) Student Union Building. From sushi to asian-fusion, from pizza to pub fare, there are range of offering to suit all budgets and tastes.
Mercante, 6488 University Boulevard
Authentic Cucina Italiana, featuring wood-fired pizza, pastas, salads, and desserts. Also carries a breakfast menu.
Lunch and Dinner
In addition to those above...
On Campus (close to Gage, etc)
Mahoney and Sons, 5990 University Boulevard
Traditional Irish fare alongside pub favourites. Lively indoor environment and outdoor patio space.
Koerner's Pub (UBC Graduate Students' Society), 6371 Crescent Road (enter from West Mall)
Pub food and a wide range of craft beers. Extensive outdoor patio space.
The Point Grill, 2205 Lower Mall
Seasonally-inspired cuisine in a bistro-style environment. Casual dining with a licensed patio.
Wesbrook Village (15 minutes walk south, or 3 mins on a bus)
Biercraft, 3340 Shrum Lane, Wesbrook
20 minutes walk south takes you to the new village of Wesbrook, where this Local and Imported Craft Beer mecca and restaurant can be found.
University Village (10 minutes walk)
One More Sushi (2155 Alison Road, 2nd level)
Casual Japanese and west coast sushi, in the nearby University Village.
You will also find in the village a whole range of more casual dining options, such as Vera's Burger Shack, Starbucks, Blenz, A&W, and suchlike.
Other on-campus food options can be explored on UBC's Food Services page
Some Off-Campus Dining Suggestions
Vancouver is home to far too many wonderful restaurants to list (the internet is your friend), but I've decided to list a few of my favourites in case you want to explore off campus.
Point Grey Area (30 minutes walk from campus, or 5 minutes by bus or taxi).
Provence Mediterranean Grill, 4473 West 10th Avenue
French cuisine meets West Coast sensibilities. Reassuringly expensive menu.
Enigma, 4397 West 10th Avenue
West coast from casual fare and cocktails to something more. A faculty favourite.
Burgoo, 4434 West 10th Avenue
The best in comfort food, served with style.
Kitsilano Area (15 minutes by bus or taxi)
Fable, 1944 West 4th Avenue
Superlative farm to table fare with a killer Quebec dessert. Bookings essential.
The Naam, 2724 West 4th Avenue
Vancouver's Vegan and Vegetarian heaven since the 1960s. No reservations permitted, comrade.
The Boathouse, 1305 Arbutus St (at Kits Beach)
Beers and west coast fare, but with a view to die for. Also beach volleyball.