8 Ways Rocky Mountain Flatbread Is Serving Families, Front Line Workers And Community During The Pandemic

I received this notification by Rocky Mountain Flatbread on how they are offering to help families and front line workers, and our community in general during the COVID-19 crisis.  

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
8 WAYS ROCKY MOUNTAIN FLATBREAD IS SERVING FAMILIES, FRONT LINE WORKERS AND COMMUNITY DURING THE PANDEMIC


Rocky Mountain Flatbread – like many independent restaurants in BC – is working hard to stay afloat in this unprecedented global pandemic, and owners Dominic and Suzanne Fielden are facing the challenge head-on with the community in mind. In recent weeks, the Fieldens quickly changed their two Vancouver family restaurants to the required take out and delivery-only model but were forced to temporarily close their new Surrey franchise location. The resulting loss of staff and business has been very difficult for everyone involved but this husband and wife team are not giving up. They jumped into action with a creative brainstorming process, asking themselves, “How can we best serve the Vancouver community during this pandemic?” 

“There are challenging times ahead for small independent restaurants, indeed all of us Vancouverites, but it is a little bit more bearable if you feel you can make a small positive difference in a time of crisis,” explains Suzanne.

Keeping community in mind, these are the 8 ways that Rocky Mountain Flatbread will support families, front line workers and hospitality staff through the pandemic:  
 
1. KEEPING OUR STAFF & GUESTS SAFE
Rocky Mountain Flatbread has always followed strict Vancouver Coastal Health and Safety Policies, and are following all of the new policies recommended by Public Health in BC. Staff follow the COVID-19 motto:  Stay healthy, Stay safe, Wash your hands, Always social distance, and Disinfect ALL surfaces.

2. CONTACTLESS ONLINE ORDERING, PICKUP AND DELIVERY
Rocky’s full menu of pizzas, pastas and salads are available for takeout and delivery. Here’s how:
  • Effect immediately, customers can make and pay for orders by phone with contactless curbside or patio pick up from 4 – 8 pm daily at our Kitsilano and Main Street restaurants. Find us in Kitsilano at 1876 W 1st Street or on Main Street at 4186 Main Street.
  • As of April 2, Rocky Mountain Flatbread is launching an online pre-order and payment store on their website RockyMountainFlatbread.ca to allow online ordering! 
  • Contactless delivery options are available through Door Dash, Skip the Dishes and Uber Eats.
3. FRONT LINE WORKERS – 25% DISCOUNT and FREE DELIVERY
To say thank you to emergency service front line workers for their tireless efforts during the pandemic, Rocky Mountain Flatbread is offering 25% off all regular priced take out menu items. Because it’s difficult for many front line workers to pick up, Dominic and Suzanne are personally offering to deliver to front line teams and individuals for orders over $100.

Rocky is also partnering with the crowdfunding project Feed the Front Line Canada. The mission is simple: support our local healthcare and hospital heroes who are working in wartime-like conditions and support our local restaurants who are really hurting during this period. So far over $28,000 has been raised, and every Sunday Rocky Mountain Flatbread will be handcrafting 80+ pizzas to feed front line emergency workers. 

4. FAMILY PROMOTIONS
This is a tough time for families who are stuck staying at home… Newly created for Vancouver families is the $60 Family Meal for take out!
The Family Meal includes: To Start:  two Small Soups or Salad | Mains: two regular-sized traditional or artisan pizzas | Kids Meal:  two kids mozza pizzas | Dessert: four house-made double chocolate brownies. Cost: $60 (includes $20 discount). And you just might have leftovers for the next day!

5. FAMILY PIZZA MAKING KITS
Families have always loved to visit Rocky Mountain Flatbread restaurants to create their own pizzas – in fact so did the grown ups! Welcome to the new Family Pizza Making Kit so everyone can still make their own pizza at home!  Included is the dough, tomato sauce, mozzarella, toppings and easy to follow instructions. Cost: $13 per kid | $18 per adult. 

6. FROZEN PIZZA AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Everyday the Rocky team is busy handcrafting pizzas to sell in the frozen section of stores such as Safeway, Choices, Nesters, Whole Foods and other independent grocers. The 10-inch handcrafted frozen pizzas are offered at affordable prices for pick up at both Vancouver locations. Cost: $7.50 – 8 each.

7.  COMMUNITY PARTNER WITH STAFF MEAL 
Rocky Mountain Flatbread has joined forces with the folks at Say Mercy, creating $5 to $10 Staff Meals for people in the hospitality industry who are out of work and for anyone in need. Rocky shall soon be selling very affordable chillis, curries, pizzas and soups at both Vancouver locations.  An additional $2 is automatically added to bills to be donated to the food bank – which so many people are relying on now. Order a Staff Meal on the Say Mercy website by 2 pm; pickup will be at our Main Street or Kitsilano locations. Vancouverites can also donate a staff meal to a person in need. How cool is that? 

8.  COMMUNITY PARTNER WITH BREAKING BREAD
Breaking Bread is an online hub encouraging Vancouverites to support local independent restaurants who are offering take out and delivery options during these unprecedented times. There are many ways to help including: Stay safe, Stay healthy, Wash your hands, Support local! 

“Our hearts absolutely go out to everyone who has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We appreciate all the support we have received for our business, and we know at the end of the day we’re going to get through this crisis together,” says Suzanne.

For more information or to make an order for pickup or delivery, please visit RockyMountainFlatbread.ca.

Provence Marinaside Introduces French Cooking Made Easy Kit

If you have ever eaten at Provence Marinaside in Yaletown and crave to enjoy their food again during the COVID-19 crisis, why not let them help you cook their dishes?  Here is their latest announcement. Bon Appetit!

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Provence Introduces French Cooking Made Easy Kit
 
(Vancouver, BC) – Since we are all at home self-isolating, why not take the time to hone your cooking skills? Starting this Thursday (March 26), you can cook some of Provence Marinaside’s iconic Provençal dishes from the comfort of your own kitchen.
 
Priced at $40, Provence’s French Cooking Made Easy Kit consists of the recipe for the selected dish of the week plus enough ingredients to make two servings. The kit also includes half a French baguette.  Each week Chef/Owner Jean-Francis Quaglia will post a demo video to Provence’s website of the selected dish and Wine Director Joshua Carlson will suggest a wine pairing to complement the dish which can be ordered to accompany the kit for an additional fee. Provence’s French Cooking Made Easy kits are being offered in addition to Provence’s special Takeout Menu of prepared dishes. Kit orders must be placed at least two hours prior to pick up by calling the restaurant at 604-681-4144. As with Takeout Menu items; French Cooking Made Easy Kits will be available for takeout only between 11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.
 
This week’s dish is Prawns Provençal.  For an additional $35, you may wish to add a bottle of Upper Bench Chardonnay 2018 The Prawns Provençal kit will be available this Thursday through Sunday, March 29 with a new kit available on Monday, March 30. 
Bon Appetit!

Vancouver Foodster presents the Vancouver Soup Festival

It’s winter; it’s cold; it’s time for soup.  Join Vancouver Foodster with his Vancouver Soup Festival.  His announcement is below.  I see pozole in the list, which is one of my favourite soups.

Enjoy!

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The 2nd Annual Vancouver Foodster Soup Festival running January 9 – February 2, 2020 at restaurants all over Vancouver!  You taste & vote!

Voting criteria –  some things to help you judge your favourite Soup creations – keep these things in mind: originality, creativity, uniqueness, traditional, non-traditional, price, value and most importantly taste.

After you have tried each of the Soup creations at the participating restaurants, you can then VOTE for your favourites (you can vote once per day through out the promotion, voting ends on February 2, 2020.

The Soups

How does this work? The restaurants will be featuring different soups in each of the 3 weeks in the festival, you are invited to visit the restaurants, order the soups and then VOTE for your People’s Choice favourites from each week’s offerings. We will have 3 sets of winners with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place each week over the 3 week period.

Share your experiences: Tweet and Instagram share your photos throughout the festival, our twitter and instagram address is @vanfoodster and the hashtag is #SoupFestYVR please include this hashtag in all your social share mentions.

Voting criteria – some things to help you judge your favourite soup creations – keep these things in mind: originality, creativity, uniqueness, traditional, non-traditional, price, value and most importantly taste.

Get some friends together and visit 2 places or more to taste the different soup creations or go solo or with a friend– just remember to VOTE for your People’s Choice favourites

Here are the soup creations for the festival, note which soups are featured during the specific dates: 1st week of the festival which runs from January 9 – 16, 2nd week January 17-24; and 3rd week January 24- February 2 (*restaurants listed in no particular order other than when they were received by us).

The Chopped Leaf

Mexicali

Mexicali

Featured: Week #1 January 9-16

Price: $4 small and $6.50 large

Description: A hearty soup made with tomatoes, black beans, onions, banana peppers, jalapeno peppers, garlic & spices

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: This soup is Vegan and Gluten Free.

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Tuscan Kale

Tuscan Kale

Featured: Week #2 January 17-24

Price: $4 small and $6.50 large

Description: A vegetable medley made with tomatoes, onion, celery, carrots, kale, lemon juice & spices

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: This soup is Vegan and Gluten Free.

Spicy Creamy Tomato

Spicy Creamy Tomato

Featured: Week #3 January 24 – February 2

Price: $4.50 small and $6.50 large

Description: A smooth and savoury base kicks a classic tomato flavour up a notch.

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: This soup is Gluten Free.

The Chopped Leaf

488 Robson Street, Vancouver

Tel: (604) 609-2467

Web: https://www.choppedleaf.ca/

Instagram @thechoppedleaf

 

Noodle Arts

No.3 Lanzhou Beef Noodle Soup

Lanzhou Beef Noodle Soup

Featured: Week #1 January 9-16

Price: $14.95

Description: traditional hand pulled beef noodle soup.

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

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Lamb Soup

Lamb Soup

Featured: Week #2 January 17-24

Price: $16.95

Description: Lamb with Tofu and Cabbages.

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup

Featured: Week #3 January 24 – February 2

Price: $15.95

Description: Chicken Noodle Soup

Offered: Soup will be available all day

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

Noodle Arts

1739 Robson Street, Vancouver

Tel:(604) 673-5688

Web:https://noodlearts.com/

Instagram: @noodlearts_vancouver

 

Mi Casa Mexicana

Birria

Birria de Res

Featured: Week #1 January 9-16

Price: medium $10 and large $15

Description: From the Jalisco region of Mexico this soup features beef stew, cilantro, onion, lime, corn tortillas and salsa roja.

Offered: Soup will be available all day (closed on Monday and Tuesday)

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

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Mole de Olla

Mole de Olla

Featured: Week #2 January 17-24

Price: medium $8 and large $12

Description: From the Mexico City region this soup features beef, zucchini, green beans, corn, cilantro, onion, lime, corn tortillas and salsa roja

Offered: Soup will be available all day (closed on Monday and Tuesday)

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

 

Pozole

Pozole Rojo

Featured: Week #3 January 24 – February 2

Price: medium $10 and large $15

Description: From the Mexico City region this soup features corn hominy, chicken/pork broth, onion, lettuce, radish, oregano, lime. Served with tostadas, sour cream, and spicy salsa pozolera.

Offered: Soup will be available all day (closed on Monday and Tuesday)

Created by: the team

Dietary notes: n/a

Mi Casa Mexicana

2015 Burrard Street, Vancouver

Tel: 604-346-7084

Web: https://micasamexicana.net

Instagram @micasamexicana.yvr

Enjoy A New Year’s Eve Family Pizza Party at Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Many children love pizza.  As well as adults.  Why not enjoy making your own pizza together with your family at Rocky Mountain Flatbread for New Year’s Eve?  Check out this offer by Rocky Mountain Flatbread.  Enjoy!

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Vancouver, BC – Rocky Mountain Flatbread has the perfect New Year’s Eve party planned for Vancouver families – and the best part is that no babysitter is needed! The family-friendly festivities include dinner, balloon twisting, face painting, pizza making and an early New Year’s Eve count down. New Year’s Eve pizza parties will be held at the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Kitsilano and Main Street restaurants in Vancouver and at the newly opened South Surrey location.

Children having fun

Children having fun

Date/Time: Dec 31, 2019.  There are two dinner seatings available – 4 pm and 6.30 pm.

On the menu: 

New Year’s Eve two-course dinner includes: your favourite house made soup or salad followed by a choice of artisan pizza.
The kid’s dinner includes:  Pizza making or pasta, warm chocolate brownie for dessert and a drink.
** Gluten free and plant based menu items are available. Rocky Mountain Flatbread is nut free.

Tickets: $20/per child (includes kids aged one year & older) & $25 per adult . Tax and gratuity not included.
Reservations very recommended. To book, contact a representative at one of the locations below:

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Kitsilano, 1876 W 1st Ave, Vancouver
Reservations: Call 604-730-0321 or email info@rockymountainflatbread.ca

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Main Street, 4186 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
Reservations: Call 604-566 9779 or email info@rockymountainflatbread.ca

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Surrey, Unit 105, 5570 152nd St, Surrey, BC
Reservations: Call 604 372 1297 or email surrey@rockymountainflatbread.ca

About Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Rocky Mountain Flatbread takes pride in providing sustainably produced, local food that connects the farm, family and community. Visit the two Rocky Mountain Flatbread restaurant locations in Vancouver (Main Street & Kitsilano), new locations in South Surrey and Calgary, or the original restaurant that started it all in Canmore, Alberta. Food court locations include Rocky Mountain Flatbread Express in Banff. For more information, visit rockymountainflatbread.ca.

Vanfoodster’s Curry Fest Vancouver on November 13, Get Your Tix!

Do you like curry?  Do you have a favourite type, e.g. Thai, South Indian, other?  Why not try a few different types of curry during Vanfoodster’s Curry Fest on Nov 13?  Here is the press release.  Enjoy.

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Join us and tantalize your taste buds at several restaurants in downtown Vancouver serving up different kinds of Curry dishes from South Indian to Vietnamese to Thai and more. This evening tasting extravaganza is on Wednesday November 13 from 6pm until 10pm and is presented by Vancouver Foodster and Tasting Plates.

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Each restaurant will be serving up Tasting Plates and Bowls for guests to enjoy and you will have a chance to visit many different types of restaurants throughout the event, meet some new food loving friends, meet the chefs, and learn about each of the participating restaurants.

Registration: tba – this is where you will show us your printed or digital tickets and will pick up your Curry Fest Passports and menus.

Participating Restaurants

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Bob Pochana Thai

1660 Robson Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.bobpochana.com/

instagram @bobpochana

Curry type: Thai

A new restaurant specializing in Thai street food from Bob Likes Thai Food.

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House Special

1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver

Web: http://www.housespecial.ca/

Twitter: @housespecialvan

Instagram: @housespecial.ca

Curry type: Vietnamese

Modern takes on Vietnamese classics in casual-chic surroundings in the heart of Yaletown.

davie dosa

Davie Dosa Company

1235 Davie Street, Vancouver

Web: http://daviedosacompany.com/

Twitter @daviedosa

Instagram @daviedosacompany

Curry Type: South Indian

Davie Dosa Company brings an exotic culinary experience of traditional Southern Indian cuisine and delicious cocktails to a vibrant neighbourhood.

More surprise restaurants will be announced prior to the event

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Tickets:

Ultra Early-Bird Tickets: $30 per person before October 25, 2019

Early-Bird Tickets: $36 per person after October 25, 2019

Advance Tickets $45 per person after November 7, 2019

Regular $60 per person after November 10, 2019

Note: Eventbrite fee and GST is extra on all tickets purchased online.

Ticket price includes tasting plates at each of the participating restaurants throughout the evening. (Beverages are included at some restaurants which will be noted, you are welcome to purchase wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails at each of the participating restaurants).

Note: ALL Tickets must be purchased in advance online. All ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds; however you are welcome to transfer the ticket to another person for the same event if you notify us at least 48 hours in advance with name (s) of who will be attending in your place. Participating restaurants subject to change. Event produced by CMI Chat Media Inc. This is an all ages event.

Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods Launches New Fall Menu On October 16

This press release came through my email.  These vegan dishes for the Fall season looks good.  Enjoy.

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Popular Vancouver restaurant chain introduces fresh lineup of plant-based salads, sandwiches and stews for fall season

Photo credit: Marquardt Photography
Vancouver, B.C. October 8, 2019 – Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods is celebrating the autumn harvest season by unveiling a fresh lineup of nourishing, fall-inspired dishes – including a number of new vegan and gluten-free options – starting Wednesday, October 16.
Available on both the lunch and dinner menus at all six Vancouver locations, Tractor’s latest fall offerings include a wholesome variety of everyday staples like veggie-packed salads, sandwiches, soups and stews all made with nutritious, heart-healthy ingredients. With a focus on creating sustainable, high-quality fare, Tractor’s culinary team prepares all menu items on-site in small batches to ensure freshness and minimize food waste.
Highlights on the new seasonal menu include a hearty, protein-packed Turkey Chili made with lean ground turkey, black beans and chickpeas; a house-made vegan Beet and Walnut Burger topped with avocado parsley spread and pickled red onions; and a vegan Kale Caesar Salad featuring a creamy hummus and cashew dressing and garlic-roasted chickpeas.
The full lineup of fall menu additions includes:
  • Beet + Cauliflower Salad: steamed beets, roasted cauliflower, braised radishes, tahini lemon dressing, parsley and almond dukkah (VEGAN & GF);
  • Kale Caesar Salad: shredded dinosaur kale and Brussels sprouts, toasted breadcrumbs, crispy roasted chickpeas, lemon cashew dressing (VEGAN);
  • Brussels Sprouts + Apricot Salad: roasted Brussels sprouts, shredded Brussels sprouts, radicchio, roasted butternut squash, apricot mustard vinaigrette (VEGAN & GF);
  • Turkey Chili: ground turkey, bell peppers, black beans, chickpeas, tomatoes and spices topped with crispy roasted chickpeas (GF);
  • Beet + Walnut Burger: house-made vegan patty made with beets, walnuts, black beans and portobello mushrooms topped with avocado parsley spread, greens and pickled red onions (VEGAN).
“We are very veggie heavy at Tractor – we always have been – and our new fall menu really caters to our plant-based customers,” says co-founder and owner Meghan Clarke. “As an eco-conscious organization, we believe it’s important to offer a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan options as part of our overall commitment to environmental sustainability.”
All of the fresh seasonal items on Tractor’s new fall menu will be available daily from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and can be enjoyed in the restaurant’s airy cafeteria-style dining room or taken to go in 100-percent compostable packaging. For those who are short on time, Tractor’s new grab-and-go kitchen is now available at the restaurant’s Park Place location (666 Burrard St.). The Tractor Digital app allows guests to pre-order their meal with a desired pick-up time, skip the line in-store and enjoy a fresh and fast lunch on the go.
For more information, visit www.tractorfoods.com.
Tasting Plates Commercial Drive Vancouver

Tasting Plates Commercial Drive on Sept 4 – Get Your Tickets!

Commercial Drive always has a great range of restaurants, plus it is easy to get to via skytrain.  Just exit at the Commerical Drive station and walk north to a great range of restaurants, clothing stores, pubs, and much more.  Vancouver Foodster has announced his upcoming Tasting Plates Event at Commercial Drive and you should get out and enjoy it before our Fall rains start.  Carpe Diem!  Here is Vancouver Foodster’s press release.

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Tasting Plates Commercial Drive Vancouver

Tasting Plates Commercial Drive Vancouver

Join us and explore the Commercial Drive neighborhood and tantalize your taste buds at several restaurants and cafes. This evening tasting extravaganza is on Wednesday September 4 from 6pm until 10pm and is presented by Vancouver Foodster.

Each restaurant will be serving up Tasting Plates and Tasting Cups for guests to enjoy and you will have a chance to visit many different types of restaurants throughout the event, meet some new food loving friends, meet the chefs, and learn about each of the participating restaurants.

If you haven’t been to our previous Tasting Plates events, Novus TV featured one of our previous events on City Lights (view here).

Visit our Tasting Plates site and view our past events, photos and more!

Registration: Federico’s Supper Club- this is where you will show us your printed or digital tickets and will pick up your Tasting Plates Passports and menus.

Participating Restaurants/Establishments

Federico’s Supper Club

1728 Commercial Drive

Web:http://www.federicossupperclub.com/

Twitter: @FedericosClub

Instagram @federicosclub

Cuisine: Italian

‘Throwback themes and Italian charm, Federico’s Supper Club is one of the best dining experiences Little Italy and Vancouver has to offer. Welcoming hospitality in an old school atmosphere, an evening at Federico’s comes complete with dinner, live music and dancing, five nights a week, including monthly guest performers and world class tributes. Boasting Italy’s prestigious Quality Seal Certification, as well as multiple Dine Out, Diner’s Choice and hospitality awards, Federico’s is about feel good moments from palate to heart – a truly unique experience.

Grounds for Coffee

2088 Commercial Drive

Web: https://groundsforcoffee.ca/

Twitter: @groundsyvr

Instagram: @groundsyvr

Cuisine: Cinnamon Buns café

Making cinnamon rolls in Vancouver since 1993. We provide only the highest quality baked goods and specialty coffees. Our cinnamon rolls are our specialty. We bake them in store, fresh, daily and only serve premium quality organic and fair trade organic coffees.

Fratelli Bakery

1795 Commercial Drive

Web: http://fratellibakery.com/

Twitter: @fratellibakery

Instagram @fratellibakery

Cuisine: Italian Bakery

An award-winning-bakery with a reputation for making delicious treats. All of our recipes are original and all of our ingredients are fresh. As a result, we’ve created the best Italian pastries, breads, cookies, cupcakes, biscotti and cakes in town.

Jamjar Canteen

2290 Commercial Drive

Web: https://www.jamjarcanteen.ca/

Instagram @jamjarcanteen

Cuisine: Lebanese & Mediterranean

Lebanese & Mediterranean cuisine & innovative cocktails in a stylishly rustic, subway-tiled space.

Pasture to Plate

1420 Commercial Drive, Vancouver

Web: http://www.pasturetoplate.ca/

Twitter: @PasturetoPlate

Instagram: @pasturetoplate

Cuisine: Butcher Shop

Certified Organic, Biodynamic, Ranch Owned, Exclusively Whole Animal Butcher Shop

Tickets:

Early-Bird Tickets: $36 per person before August 23, 2019

Advance Tickets $45 per person after August 23, 2019

Regular $60 per person after September 1, 2019

Note: Eventbrite fee and GST is extra on all tickets purchased online.

Ticket price includes tasting plates at each of the participating restaurants throughout the evening. (Beverages are included at some restaurants which will be noted, you are welcome to purchase wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails at each of the participating restaurants).

Note: ALL Tickets must be purchased in advance online. All ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds; however you are welcome to transfer the ticket to another person for the same event if you notify us at least 48 hours in advance with name (s) of who will be attending in your place. Participating restaurants subject to change. Event produced by CMI Chat Media Inc. This is an all ages event.

KPU Brewitaly: Craft Beer & Italian Food Tasting Event

Enjoy an evening of craft beer and Italian food while supporting the art of brewing and culinary students! This special event is a collaboration between Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Brewing students from Rome, Italy and Vancouver Community College (VCC) Culinary Arts students.
Italian brewing students will be featuring a selection of their beer made in the KPU Brewing summer program and VCC Culinary students will be serving finger foods with an Italian influence, specially paired with the beers.
Guests will get to chat with the Italian brewers, as well as KPU Brewing instructors and local craft brewers, while enjoying delicious beer and food.
Ticket price is inclusive of beer and food tastings, making it a great value!
Date: Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019
Time: 5:00-9:00 pm
Venue: VCC Downtown Campus | Vancouver, BC
Price: $40 in advance | $50 at the door (includes beer and food)
Must be 19+ to attend. Lots of parking nearby and close to transit.
For more details visit  kpu.ca/brew 

Haut Dogs – Size Matters Edition at TWB on August 31st

The Ball Park Foot Long Wiener dressed with Mustard, Relish, Ketchup – Cracker Jack garnish. Paired with Moët Chandon Rosé PC: Emrys Horton EPH Photograpy EPH4796

The Ball Park Foot Long Wiener dressed with Mustard, Relish, Ketchup – Cracker Jack garnish. Paired with Moët Chandon Rosé PC: Emrys Horton EPH Photograpy EPH4796

In a continuation of its very successful Hot Dogs, Cool Bubbles event this past June, TWB –The Wine Bar is once again morphing into The Wiener Bar at 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 31 with Haut Dogs, Size Matters – Big House Champagnes and Foot-Long Hot Dogs.

Provence/TWB Wine Director Joshua Carlson came up with the idea as a tribute to London’s famed Bubbledogs. “We received such great response to our June event, we decided to do it again,” says Carlson. “This time, instead of Grower Champagnes, I’ve enlisted David Hall of Charton Hobbs and Moët Hennesy who will be guest pouring champagnes from their portfolio.”

Carlson, along with Provence/TWB Executive Chef Jean-Francis Quaglia and Chef de Cuisine Sheldon Maloff, have created two very haut pairings available for only $30:

The Coney Island Foot Long Hot Dog
Dressed with Chili, Cheese, Onions – Tater Tot garnish
Veuve Clicquot Rosé

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The Ball Park Foot Long Wiener
Dressed with Mustard, Relish, Ketchup – Cracker Jack garnish
Moët Chandon RoséAs with the previous event this is first-come, first-served with the Haut Dog pairings available only while supplies last.

In addition to the two rosé champagnes featured in the above pairings, Hall will also be pouring an assortment of champagnes which may include some from  Krug, Ruinart, and Dom Perignon at the ‘dealer’s choice’ price of only $25/glass and TWB will be offering a 25% discount on all bubbles that night.

Join The Wiener Bar (aka TWB-The Wine Bar) for a very special sparkling Saturday starting at 5 p.m. on August 31 for Haut Dogs, Size Matters. Cheers to ‘no champagne, no gain!’

Champagne poured into glasses

June 26 Tasting Plates East Vancouver Vegetarian Summer Edition

Join us for our next all Vegetarian edition of our Tasting Plates series as you visit some of our favourite restaurants in East Vancouver between Commercial Drive and Main Street. This evening vegetarian tasting extravaganza is on Wednesday June 26 from 6pm until 10pm and is presented by Vancouver Foodster.

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Each restaurant will be serving up Tasting Plates and Tasting Cups for guests to enjoy and you will have a chance to visit many different types of restaurants throughout the event, meet some new food loving friends, meet the chefs, and learn about each of the participating restaurants.

If you haven’t been to our previous Tasting Plates events, Novus TV featured one of our previous events on City Lights (view here).

Visit our Tasting Plates site and view our past events, photos and more!

See our last Vegetarian tasting plates event and what was served to guests here.

Registration: tba- this is where you will show us your printed or digital tickets and will pick up your Tasting Plates Passports and menus.

Participating Restaurants and Establishments

Do Chay Saigon Vegetarian

1392 Kingsway, Vancouver

Instagram @eatdochay

Cuisine: Vietnamese

New restaurant offering all vegetarian and vegan Vietnamese fare, infused with modern flavours.

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Maizal

2815 Main Street

Web: https://maizalrestaurant.ca/

Twitter: @maizalyvr

Instagram: @maizal_yvr

Cuisine: Mexican

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Enjoy classic hand-crafted cuisine just like on the streets of Mexico. Enjoy gluten free dishes, real Mexican beverages and their famous soft shell tacos. Fresh corn tortillas made to order and more.

Watch for the lineup of Participating Restaurants/Establishments unveiled next month

Tickets:

Early-Bird Tickets: $36 per person through June 11, 2019

Advance Tickets $45 per person after June 11, 2019

Regular $60 per person after June 23, 2019

Note: Eventbrite fee and GST is extra on all tickets purchased online.

Ticket price includes tasting plates at each of the participating restaurants throughout the evening. (Beverages are included at some restaurants which will be noted, you are welcome to purchase wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails at each of the participating restaurants).

Note: ALL Tickets must be purchased in advance online. All ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds; however you are welcome to transfer the ticket to another person for the same event if you notify us at least 48 hours in advance with name (s) of who will be attending in your place. Participating restaurants subject to change. Event produced by CMI Chat Media Inc. This is an all ages event.