Farmer’s Apprentice, now open after a series of renovations to the 30-seat South Granville dining space, Gunawan and staff are unveiling a new curated prix-fixe-only dining experience that features nightly set menus and a family-style brunch on Saturdays and Sundays .
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar will bring the love by playing host to an exclusive, one-night-only Valentine’s Day dinner service prepared by Executive Chef Alex Chen and his team.
Boulevard’s four-course feast will offer guests a chance to get up close and personal with Chen’s award-winning West Coast-inspired cuisine for $99 per person plus tax and gratuity. Continue reading “Valentine at Boulevard”
The Sportsbar LIVE! at Rogers Arena has more than 100 4K-HD TV screens, a towering 16+ foot big screen, and a wall that opens right into the arena, guests are so close to the action they can feel it. Continue reading “Sportsbar LIVE! at Rogers Arena over 100 TV’s”
Au Comptoir Valentine’s Dinner, a four-course, Paris-by-way-of-West-Coast feast with seating options between 5:30 and 6:15 p.m, or 8:00 and 8:45 p.m., available for $80 per person plus tax and gratuity.
Highlights of Executive Chef Dan McGee’s delectable Valentine’s Day menu include ‘bavarois de pommes de terre et caviar’ (potato and crème fraîche bavarois, local caviar, fennel), ‘terrine de poireau, homard et truffe’ (terrine of leek, lobster and black périgord truffle, bisque aioli, grapefruit, watercress), ‘côte de boeuf, pommes pont neuf’ (bone-in ribeye steak for two, thick cut fries, aioli) and a dessert course of ‘trio à deux’ (raspberry and vanilla cake, chocolate fondant, lemon thyme sorbet) handcrafted by Pastry Chef Franck Buiron. Continue reading “Au Comptoir Valentine’s Dinner”
Lighthouse seasonal new release, Barrel Aged Scotch Ale is out! Nice rich, deep brown color. On the nose you get oak and vanilla and caramel and a hint of smoke. The barrel aged smooths out this ale which gives it a silky and oaky and vanilla body. The depth is deep and rich. The caramel caresses and lingers throughout.
Blue Water Cafe’s Executive Chef Frank Pabst has been spearheading tides of change during his Unsung Heroes Festival by showcasing unique and sustainable seafood. Throughout the month of February, we invite you to get schooled on delights from the deep – presented by Chef Frank and his brigade, who are longtime champions of ocean conservation practices.
Stellar dishes such as stir-fried jellyfish, red sea urchin trifle, sturgeon liver pate, and poached periwinkles Continue reading “2017 Unsung Heroes Festival”