Dine Out Vancouver Festival 2020

If you have a wine and food lover on your shopping list, we have a holiday gift suggestion that’s bound to be well received. Dine Out Vancouver’s The Great Big Taste on Thursday, January 16 2020 will pair bites from some of Vancouver’s top chefs with BC wine, craft beer, and spirit samples.

Gooseneck Hospitality Opens Second ‘Bufala’ Location in North Vancouver

The famiglia at Gooseneck Hospitality will continue growing when the Vancouver restaurant group launches a second location of its beloved Bufala restaurant on the North Shore at Bufala Edgemont (3280 Edgemont Boulevard) this November.

You’re Invited to an Exclusive Wine Pairing Dinner with The Prisoner Wine Co. and Wildebeest – Wednesday, October 2

Enjoy Chef Ian McHale’s deliciously decadent yet simple country cooking at its finest, brilliantly paired with the rich, mouth-filling wines of The Prisoner Wine Co, a pioneer of California’s most luxurious red blends, at this multi-course feast designed to celebrate the peak of autumn goodness. 

2019 EAT! Vancouver General Ticket Sales Start September 12

One of Canada’s largest and most anticipated culinary festivals is thrilled to announce that tickets are now available for EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival.

2019 EAT! Vancouver Announces Exclusive Events Lineup for Nov 4-9

Returning this year are weekend signature events at The Vancouver Club including the EAT! Harvest and the new EAT! Pastry Day. The EAT! Dinner Series will include 6 unique collaborations featuring guest chefs paired with local culinary stars. The ever popular EAT! Expert Classes will feature local artisans enabling guests to learn new skills in small intimate settings.

Wildebeest Announces New Spring ‘Field and Forest’ Menu Available June 3 to 17

The new menu follows the lead of the restaurant’s Fall Game and Mushroom Menu that was offered for a limited run last November and further underscores Chef Ian McHale and his culinary team’s philosophy of showcasing the wide array of fresh ingredients provided by local forests, farms and fields in five unique dishes.