RAILBLAZERS: RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN THREE NEW VANCOUVER  LOCATIONS IN 2016, 2017

RAILBLAZERS: RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN THREE NEW VANCOUVER LOCATIONS IN 2016, 2017

 

 

Popular Cafe Brings Signature Handmade Sandwiches, Salads, Pastries to Three Fresh New Locations, Hosts Customer Appreciation Day on Fri., July 22

 

Building on an unprecedented year of growth and momentum, Railtown Cafe is set to make new neighbours across Greater Vancouver in 2016 and early 2017 when the beloved counter-service cafe lays down tracks to a trio of new locations.

Railtown will open the first of the three new cafes in the fall of 2016 in the heart of Downtown Vancouver with a 1,700-sq.-ft. space at 980 Howe St. with seating for 60 (including 15 on the patio), followed by a second, 1,200-sq.-ft. space at 1691 Main St. in the winter of 2016/’17 with seating for 30 (including 8 on the patio). The third Railtown Cafe location, which will take occupancy at 409 Granville St. and offer a 1,800-sq.-ft, 60-seat space (including 15 on the patio), is scheduled to open in early 2017.

Launched in 2012 by chefs Dan Olson and Tyler Day in Vancouver’s historic Railtown district — to complement their successful catering division, Railtown Catering — the flagship Railtown Cafe location has garnered a loyal fan base thanks to its trademark brand of fresh, healthy comfort food including made-from-scratch sandwiches, artisan bread and pastries, locally roasted coffee, cold-pressed juices and a lineup of local craft beer, wine and spirits.

Railtown, which enters its fifth year in business this August, has celebrated a number of milestones since its inception including launching a series of Saturday Tailgate Barbecue events in the summer of 2015 and adding Saturday service to its daily chef-driven lineup this past spring. The company also introduced gourmet Thanksgiving-, Christmas- and Easter-To-Go packages through Railtown Catering in fall 2015.

“We’re extremely excited to not only grow the Railtown brand but to introduce ourselves to some new local neighbourhoods in the coming months,” says Olson. “We look forward to fostering the same fun, friendly environment and sense of community for staff and customers in our new locations that we’ve become known for at our original cafe where it all began.”

Further details on all three of Railtown Cafe’s new locations will be revealed leading up to the opening of each.

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY

To mark its four-year anniversary and give thanks to the legion of loyal supporters who have helped make its success possible, Railtown is opening its doors for a special Customer Appreciation Day on July 22 at its flagship location at 397 Railway St. Old and new friends alike are invited to stop by the cafe between 2 and 6 p.m. and enjoy complimentary ice cream cones as well as samples of Railtown’s housemade sangria.

ABOUT RAILTOWN CAFE | Located at the corner of Railway and Dunlevy in the historic Railtown District of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Railtown Cafe offers sit-down or take-out breakfast, lunch and dinner in a cozy, laidback space that brings together the best fresh, local and organic ingredients for a wide array of made-to-order gourmet sandwiches, hand-made pastries and a build-your-own salad bar unlike anywhere else in the city. Launched in 2012 by Vancouver chefs Dan Olson and Tyler Day — who own and operate the complemental event coordinating and catering business Railtown Catering out of the same facility — Railtown Cafe also offers a coffee bar featuring locally roasted beans, cold-pressed juices and craft beer on tap.

For more information about Railtown Cafe or to stay up-to-date on the latest developments, go to railtowncafe.ca, become a fan of /Railtown Catering & Cafe on Facebook or follow @RailtownCafe on Twitter and @railtowncafe on Instagram.

 

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