Step back into the 1960s and Vancouver’s counterculture past. Although a number of gourmet vegetarian restaurants have opened in the last few years, this is the city’s original natural foods eatery. Plus it’s open 24/7, so if you should have a hankering for tofu at 2am, you’re good to go. Although the neighborhood has changed dramatically since it was all hippies and tie-dye, The Naam is still the same old place of funky wooden tables, slightly battered old chairs, a wood-burning fireplace, and a mish-mash of art on the walls. (There’s a great garden patio out back, too.) The service is earnest, but can be a bit hit and miss. But there’s live music nightly, and the food is the same hearty selection of pizzas, salads, veggie burgers, and dragon bowls. Definitely order the sesame spice fries topped with miso gravy.