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.
Starting April 18th, join us for our Seafood Sessions taking place every Thursday during happy hour. We are inviting our local fishermen, shellfish farmers and partners to join us every week to share a drink, some stories and maybe a few tips and tricks on how to bring a little more seafood into your life.
Choose Your Own (Delicious) Adventure Over past years of the event we continually received the request: provide a greater number of options for lunch, and let us choose. And so, for the first time ever, the Deighton Cup has compiled a list of iconic “who’s who” Vancouver restaurants to deliver a premium yet also outrageous … Read moreYou Asked, We Listened Deighton Cup Food Menus Released
Picture a tasty afternoon of sipping, shucking and learning with industry experts at a casual long table event at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver‘s YEW seafood + bar. Rus Yessenov & Bacardi Ambassador, Kevin Brownlee host Vive Le Vodka! on March 17th from 2pm to 4pm and includes: vodka tasting, oyster shucking lesson, martini and oyster pairing as well as … Read moreVodka, Oysters, Martinis and Bites at YEW seafood + bar Enjoy a Refreshing Taste of All Things Vodka with Rus Yessenov & Bacardi Ambassador, Kevin Brownlee – Vive Le Vodka!
Last night was the pre-launch for Fanny Bay Oyster Bar, Vancouver’s first Tide to Table oyster bar and shellfish market. Now it’s your turn as the Fanny Bay Oyster Bar opens officially today, Thursday, June 23rd The offerings were super fresh and delicious. Succulent tiny oysters with an array of accompaniments that made foodies … Read moreSeafood Lovers this is THE place – Fanny Bay Oyster Bar
Sometimes it takes an outsider to see potential. Just as Claude Violet, a French man with a long family history in the wine business recognized, much to the amazement of locals, that it was possible to grow quality wine grapes in the Fraser Valley and began Domaine de Chaberton, the first Lower Mainland winery. Likewise, … Read moreAcadian Sturgeon