‘Tis the season to eat! All is merry and bright at Harvest Community Foods, where every guest can leave with a healthy dose of holiday spirit. In addition to seasonal gifts perfect for every foodie on your list, the hip Chinatown eatery is rolling out extra Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) bags to ease holiday cooking, and Chef Andrea Carlson is crafting extra-nourishing goodies guaranteed to ward off the winter chill.
Created for those who love good food and wine, the 55-seat eatery was designed by Vancouver based Nahal Gamini Design. The room immerses guests in a bright and modern setting, incorporating elements of the outdoors in with wood tables, a cork bar front, greenscape wall, and a reclaimed wood 12-seater bar.
“Taste of Yaletown is a longstanding community event, connecting people with Yaletown over exquisite culinary dishes,” states Annette O’Shea, Executive Director of the Yaletown Business Improvement Association. “This year is all about choice, we know diners don’t always have time for a 3-course menu, so we wanted to provide them with a taste of Happy Hour…”
With an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced cuisine this is the domain of Executive Chef Shaun Snelling. In the year that Snelling has been at the helm of this iconic dining room changes have come about with a nod to tradition and an eye to the appeal of local, haute cuisine while retaining favourite dishes.
The Mackenzie Room announces today their new 4-course large format dinner series, [email protected] With a new food focus and beverage pairing every week, the series aims to celebrate The Mackenzie Room’s commitment to sustainability and local ingredients. The dinner series will focus on large format plating and will be served family style, with the assistance of chef Sean over four courses.