Top Vancouver Restaurant Homer Street Cafe & Bar Announces Delicious Options for Dine Out Vancouver

Top Vancouver Restaurant Homer Street Cafe & Bar Announces Delicious Options for Dine Out Vancouver

It’s that time of year again! Dine Out Vancouver Festival returns for its 17th season–from January 18 to February 3, 2019–with custom multi-course menus from Homer Street Cafe & Bar.

Reservations are available at www.dineoutvancouver.com

Homer Street Cafe & Bar
898 Homer Street | (604) 428-4299 | homerstreetcafebar.com
Homer Street Cafe & Bar is set to offer a three-course Dine Out Vancouver menu created by executive chef Jonathan Chovancek. With the restaurant’s elevated comfort fare and quality ingredients in mind, chef Chovancek will feature a variety of starters, mains and desserts such as Purple Top Turnip Soup, Mushroom Tagliatelle and Dark Chocolate Mousse, to name a few. $45 per person with featured wine pairings available*.
 

DINE OUT VANCOUVER

$45 per person

STARTERS

roasted beet salad

caramelized goat cheese & arugula, lemon & quinoa dressing

or

purple top turnip soup

crispy charcuterie gremolata, Spanish olive oil

or

duck liver paté

grilled sourdough, bitter greens, fig & hazelnut vinaigrette

MAINS

rotisserie pork belly

chermoula, carrots & baby potatoes, spiced apple jus

or

roasted steelhead

ras el hanout roasted squash & red lentils, burnt orange honey vinaigrette

or

mushroom tagliatelle

charred tomatoes, kale & parmesan cheese

DESSERT

canadian cheese cake

raspberry preserve

or

dark chocolate mousse

chantilly cream

or

lemon curd parfait

spiced coconut crumble

FEATURED WINES

50th Parallel Pinot Gris 16 Lake Country BC $11/$52

Tantalus Vineyards Riesling 16 Kelowna BC $12/$57

50th Parallel Pinot Noir 15 Lake Country BC $12/$57

Bartier Bros ’Cerqueira Vineyard’ Cabernet Franc 15 Oliver BC $12/$57

Reservations: Call (604) 428-4299 or book online at https://www.dineoutvancouver.com/restaurants/

*Price is per person and does not include wine pairings, taxes or gratuities

Media release and image provided by Amanda Harris, Camber Communications. Image photo credit: Tracey Ayton 

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