[CLOSED] WIN TICKETS to an exclusive Dim Sum Chinatown Tour

Win tickets to intimately explore Historical Chinatown (and its food) as part of an exclusive tour by Canadian Craft, only offered during Dine Out Vancouver Festival. Continue reading:
[CLOSED] WIN TICKETS to an exclusive Dim Sum Chinatown Tour

French-Inspired Cooking and a Seafood Boil: A Preview of Dine Out Vancouver Festival 2020

Hot smoked hon shimeji mushroom and lentil cassoulet at Bacchus Restaurant

With Dine Out Vancouver Festival (DOVF) set to start on Friday (January 17, 2020), it’s time to get booking restaurants in order to experience amazing prix-fixe menus. With options for breakfast/brunch, lunch, dinner, a range of price points ($15, $25, $35, $45), as well as an impressive diversity of types of establishments and cuisines, there is certainly no shortage of options.

I had the chance to try two different restaurant menus for DOVF. Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect.

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French-Inspired Cooking and a Seafood Boil: A Preview of Dine Out Vancouver Festival 2020

5 Vancouver Food Events to Look Forward to in January 2020

Sourced from Burdock & Co.

A Happy Holidays to everyone!

While December has been full of activity in the city, January 2020 in Vancouver promises to be a busy and exciting month as well.

With new restaurant openings and tons of food and drink events, there’s plenty to keep your palate entertained in the New Year. Here are five ideas to get you started:

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5 Vancouver Food Events to Look Forward to in January 2020

Event Tickets Now Available for 2020 Dine Out Vancouver Festival

The foodie countdown has begun, with the city’s biggest eating and drinking celebration, Dine Out Vancouver Festival (January 17 to February 2, 2020), now less than one month away. Info on participating restaurants and their menus will be released January 9, 2020.

However, now’s the time to book tickets for one of the fabulous events that will take place over the course of the festival.

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Event Tickets Now Available for 2020 Dine Out Vancouver Festival

Dine Out Vancouver Restaurant Menus Released – Get Booking!

American Grille from Dine Out 2018

The high anticipated list of restaurants and menus for this year’s Dine Out Vancouver (January 18-February 3, 2019) has just been released. The festival, which began in 2002 with 57 restaurants, has now grown into a 17-day celebration of food, drink, and unique experiences that involves over 300 establishments, such as restaurants, breweries, wineries, and top food suppliers.

Today is a big day with the menus now available for browsing on-line. Here are some recommendations on how to choose which restaurants to book:

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Dine Out Vancouver Restaurant Menus Released – Get Booking!

INTRODUCING THE 2018 VANCOUVER WORLD CHEF EXCHANGE CHEF PAIRINGS

Dine Out Vancouver Festival’s third annual Vancouver World Chef Exchange, presented by Aeroplan, brings another group of award-winning international chefs to Vancouver for a series of five not-to-be-missed dinners.

Tickets are on sale now. Be sure to book quickly as seats are limited!

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INTRODUCING THE 2018 VANCOUVER WORLD CHEF EXCHANGE CHEF PAIRINGS

Street Food City Returning to Vancouver this January

Photo credit: Rick Chung | Flickr

Photo credit: Rick Chung | Flickr

Food truck lovers, get your appetites ready. Street Food City is returning to downtown Vancouver.

For the fifth year in a row, the Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza is being transformed into a smorgasbord of indulgent food cart fare for Street Food City, Jan. 16-Jan. 24, part of the 2016 Dine Out Vancouver Festival. This year, no fewer than 20 of Vancouver’s top food trucks will gather on the plaza, offering street eats fans a one-stop shop to fill up on the best the city has to offer.

The food cart “pod” idea was introduced in Vancouver back in 2012, building off of models in other cities like Portland, where food trucks regularly congregate in huge clusters to offer diners more options. In the years since, Vancouver’s own street food scene has exploded, and there are now more than 100 trucks across the city offering everything from Salvadorian pupusas and Australian meat pies to wood-fired pizzas, perogies and Korean-style bibimbap. Continue reading:
Street Food City Returning to Vancouver this January