Tea in the Window Returns to Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Photo: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Notch8 Restaurant at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, downtown Vancouver’s “Castle in the  City,” looks to relaunch its Afternoon Tea in the Window service starting Monday, June  7th, 2021.

Available Monday through Friday with a single 2:00pm seating, Fairmont Hotel Vancouver relaunches Tea in the Window, an exclusive dining experience in the hotel’s street-level window display on West Georgia Street. This limited time tea service will be available throughout the summer, and gives Vancouverites looking for isolated dining options the opportunity to enjoy afternoon tea for two in a space that is entirely their own.

Tea goers will enjoy an intimate afternoon tea experience surrounded by custom art created by Mandy Lau, a Vancouver-based fashion illustrator. Lau, inspired by thoughts of afternoon tea and enjoying time with family and close friends, was pulled towards the idea of an exterior street scene inside an interior – a kind of fantasy world for passersby to stop and peer into. Created both traditionally, using graphite and ink, and digitally, the street scene perspective was illustrated to provide a sense of depth, with focus always resting on the tea table and the diners at the center of it all.

Priced at $69 per person, Afternoon Tea in the Window can be reserved online here. 2021 marks the 3rd iteration of this unique dining experience, and with only one seating available each weekday, Afternoon Tea in the Window sold out in 2019 and 2020, so it is recommended to make reservations for this exclusive tea experience before availability runs out.

For those looking for a more traditional afternoon tea experience, Notch8 Restaurant’s regular Afternoon Tea service will be returning on Saturday, June 5th, with seatings available every Saturday and Sunday at 12:00pm and 2:00pm, reservations available here. Notch8 Restaurant will also be relaunching weekend brunch starting Saturday, June 5th.

 

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