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This itinerary gives you a few suggestions for Ladner cuisine and golf.

Ladner is home to The Links at Hampton Cove, close to the Fraser River and Ladner Village central, allowing for amazing dining options before and after hitting the greens.

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1. Got Coffee?

Golfers need their fuel. Before hitting the tees, head into Ladner Village for your choice of locally-owned coffee shops, open early and offering freshly brewed coffee, morning wraps, and tasty takeaway treats. Stir Coffee sits on the edge of the Village, a hot spot for cyclists and coffee enthusiasts looking for Vancouver's 49th Parallel grinds. Around the bend, you'll find Localz Urban Cafe, another local shop offering tasty breakfast wraps, pastries, and sandwiches perfect to start your day.

2. The Links at Hampton Cove

Then it's off to The Links, a picturesque 9-hole 1848 yard course. If you're looking for a full round, many players play it twice, adding challenge by playing from different tees on the front and back 9. Whether it's a 9 or 18 hole day, golfers will surely enjoy the natural beauty of this executive course while keeping an eye out for Delta eagles, hawks and on some days, beavers and muskrats. Looking to unwind and shake off any holes, order a cool  one, or two, at The Links Cafe & Bar overlooking the greens.

3. Sapporo Kitchen

There are many delicious options for an apres golf dinner in the heart of Ladner Village. But, if you're in the mood for sushi, Sapporo Kitchen is your spot. From rice bowls to hand-crafted local rolls, Sapporo offers a full menu of hot and cold dishes for platter sharing, or bento box indulging. Add in a little sake, and it's a great end to your golf day in Delta.

Photo Credit @LocalzCafe, @covelinks, @Il-Posto-Casual-Italian-Eatery, and @sapporokitchen