Wildebeest Brings Back Popular ‘Pink Links’ Sausage-and-Rosé Soirée on May 23 as Part of Top Drop Vancouver

Wildebeest Brings Back Popular ‘Pink Links’ Sausage-and-Rosé Soirée on May 23 as Part of Top Drop Vancouver

THINK PINK: WILDEBEEST BRINGS BACK POPULAR ‘PINK LINKS’
SAUSAGE-AND-ROSÉ SOIRÉE ON MAY 23 AS PART OF TOP DROP VANCOUVER

Gastown Destination Hosts Second Edition of Wildly Popular Event Pairing House-Made Sausage, Charcuterie and Snacks with an Array of Pink Wines Hailing from BC and Beyond

Wildebeest will host a second edition of the previously sold-out ‘Pink Links’ Sausage and Rosé Party in their popular Gastown restaurant on Thursday, May 23 at 7 p.m.

Presented in conjunction with the two-day Top Drop Vancouver Terroir + Craft festival taking culinary centre stage in the city May 23 and 24, Pink Links is a fun grazing affair pairing Wildebeest Ian McHale’s house-made charcuterie and sausages with a variety of rosé wines selected by Wine Director Christina Hartigan.

MENU

kimchi sausage

tarragon emulsion, puffed sorghum

lamb merguez

fig leaf yogurt, gherkins

hunters sausage

caramelized shallots

bratwurst

sauerkraut, grand fir mustard

Käsekrainer

Emmenthaler, horseradish

WINERIES

Kitsch Wines

Okanagan, BC

Le Vieux Pin

Okanagan, BC

Roche Wines

Okanagan, BC

Unsworth Vineyards

Vancouver Island, BC

Stoller Family Estate

Williamette Valley, Oregon

Champagne Lelarge-Pugeot

France

“This was a huge highlight of our calendar last year and we’re excited to bring it back for a second run,” says McHale. “It’s a very casual, laidback mingler where we get to showcase some amazing wineries while also highlighting our nose-to-tail culinary philosophy and the local farmers, butchers and foragers who provide us with the top-quality ingredients we are proud to feature on a daily basis.”

TICKETS
Early bird tickets to the Pink Links sausage-and-rosé party are available for $49 inclusive of tax and gratuity (before May 5) and $55 afterwards while supplies last, and may be purchased at topdrop.ca. Partial proceeds from ticket sales will directly benefit the BC Hospitality Foundation, a local charity that provides support for individuals within the hospitality industry who are coping with a financial crisis arising from a health or medical condition.

For more information about Wildebeest, go to wildebeest.ca, become a fan of /wildebeestyvr on Facebook and follow @WildebeestYVR on Twitter and Instagram. Wildebeest also offers private dining spaces available to be booked for evening and weekend events. For more information, enquiries, and pricing for private functions, call 604-687-6880 or email eat@nullwildebeest.ca.
 
ABOUT WILDEBEEST | Located in a refurbished 19th-century building in the heart of Vancouver’s historic Gastown district, Wildebeest offers decadent yet simple country cooking in a multi-level space that features a cocktail bar and lounge, open-concept kitchen, warm and inviting dining room with banquette seating and an intimate ‘Underbelly’ private dining room. Employing classic butchery traditions and contemporary techniques, Chef Ian McHale and the culinary team work closely with nearby farms and suppliers to develop delicious menus that change with the seasons. Dishes are paired with a diverse selection of Old- and New-World wines and a carefully crafted, award-winning cocktail list for a truly unforgettable dining experience.

120 W Hastings St., Vancouver, BC  V6B 1G8 | Happy Hour Mon – Sun 5 – 6 p.m. | Dinner Mon – Sun 5 p.m. – late | Brunch Weekends & Holidays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | 604-687-6880 | wildebeest.ca

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Media release and images provided by Kate Blyth, SMC Communications Inc.

 

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