The news comes as case numbers spike in B.C. That number is 1-833-838-2323.
"The harassment and bullying of public health officials experienced during the execution of their duties is completely unacceptable", he alleged.
No one from the restaurants could immediately be reached for comment on the mayor's statement and the licence suspensions.
"Today marks a major milestone in our fight against COVID-19, and we ask everyone to wait their turn and follow three steps to help put this pandemic behind us", Premier John Horgan stated.
Phase 3 of B.C.'s immunization plan is rolling out, including a much-sought after online booking tool.
People between 55 and 65 looking to get the Astra-Zeneca vaccine from their local pharmacy will not be able to book online.
Rajeev Arora said Monday and Tuesday are the "mega vaccination days" when the administration of vaccines is relatively higher in comparison to the other days of the week.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has said B.C.is on track to vaccinate almost half a million British Columbians by mid-April.
The province faced criticism last month for not having an online registration system ready when the second phase of its age-based vaccination program began after call centres in each health authority were initially overwhelmed.
So far, the Fraser Health region has been the only area where residents could book an appointment online.
The first dose of the vaccine has been given to 87,634 beneficiaries who are within the age group of 45 to 60 years and the second dose has been administered to 1,016 such beneficiaries, he added.
The changes in the vaccine rollout come as B.C.is managing a surge in infections.