Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to enjoy indulgent dining, unique cocktails and cozy spaces.
Crowbar offers all three with an exclusive dining experience that even Cupid would covet, perfect for couples seeking a memorable meal in a low-key environment. Whether you’re meeting for a first date or celebrating with your longstanding Valentine, Crowbar’s share-style steak dinner, romantic cocktail feature and intimate atmosphere will have you falling in love, even if it’s with the popular Fraserhood eatery itself.
On Valentine’s Day, Crowbar will be dishing up an exclusive set dinner to seven lucky couples. Designed to be shared by two, the feast is crowned by an organic 28oz, dry-aged, grass-fed rib-eye accompanied by a feature pasta and veggie dish. Chef Justin Ell will personally cook all steak dinners to order while Cupid’s army – better known as the talented front-of-house team – will refill wine glasses, mix cocktails and ensure guests feel the love all night long.
After the main course, guests can choose from two delicious desserts, a light yet flavourful brown butter panna cotta, or Crowbar’s much-loved chocolate squash cake served with a side of salted white chocolate and spiced cream. The regular dinner menu will also be available that night for guests wishing to dine a la carte, however those with plans to partake in one of the seven exclusive dinners should reserve their spot ahead of time.
Add an extra-special detail to dinner with a perfectly paired cocktail! Crowbar’s Vivian Ward is crafted with sparkling wine, pistachio infused gin, rosewater, and lemon for tartness. Beetroot syrup lends the ruby red hue and dried rose petals add the finishing touch as a garnish.
Crowbar’s Valentine’s dinner is priced at $100 for two people (plus tax and gratuity). Surprise your sweetheart by reserving spots well in advance, as seats are extremely limited – you can do so by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Valentine’s!
Situated in the restaurant “golden triangle” of Vancouver’s edgy Fraserhood district, Crowbar is a casual, intimate neighbourhood restaurant designed to bring people together with flavorful share plates, an inventive cocktail program and a healthy dose of good humour. The restaurant’s name is a cheeky nod to the Fraserhood’s historically colourful nature, as well as a subtle homage to a Will Bullas painting depicting surprisingly amiable crows drinking at a bar. Crowbareastvan.com