We attended a private wedding reception at the Grant House, a circa 1800's house on historic Officer's Row in Vancouver. It's a beautiful example of architecture from the day and, as the name implies, was once he residence of General U.S. Grant during his tour of duty at the Vancouver Army Barracks. For a smallish crowd, the Grant House is a delightful venue. Plenty of space indoors and outdoors. And the food was delicious, served buffer style; also by service personnel wandering around with tasty morsels. For public use the Grant house serves dinner and has a cozy bar.
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