May 30 – Jazz in the park

A JAZZ cocktail party like no other!

Don’t miss this year’s biggest line up of “Red Hot Jazz Cats” performing across our indoor and outdoor stages presented by Scotiabank – Saturday night June 7th at the Stanley Park Pavilion. This very cool evening of partying will have you moving on the dance floor at the main bandstand with our classic swing dancers or shopping at our famous auctions in support of adoption. Experience chilling in the Bourbon Street Lounge, getting your future read in Black Magic Avenue or exploring the array of entertainment in the outdoor Garden Boulevard stage under the stars. New this year will be the “Red Hot Martini Lounge” where the unforgettable Delilah’s Restaurant will be serving up martini tastings all night. Back by popular demand is the Vancouver Fire Fighters “Fire in the Kitchen” live auction package exclusive to this event, Air Canada’s Trip for 2 Raffle and many more extraordinary surprises.

Hosted by: Senator Larry Campbell – Global TV’s Catherine Pope – CBC and Vancouver Courier’s Man about Town – Fred Lee

See you at Vancouver’s Hottest Jazz Fundraising Party!

Get your tickets today! Tickets selling fast.
Check out the pictures from last year and video on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=13416281353

April 15 +

This week on The Good Life we cover DB Moderne Bistro, talk with DB’s head barkeep, Cameron Bogue and look at all that’s good this week.
Saturday April 18 – Bike the Blossoms
www.slowfoodvancouver.com/index.php/BikeBlossoms/category/join_us
April 13-26 Flavours of Spring at Joe Fortes
www.joefortes.ca
Taste of BC menu at Lumiere
www.lumiere.ca
April 15th to May 2nd Capones Wine and Jazz Festival
www.caponesrestaurant.net

 

Restaurant Pick – DB Moderne Bistro
www.dbbistro.ca

Chef Daniel Boulud teamed up with restaurant owners Manjy and David Sidoo to bring the New York DB Moderne Bistro theme to Vancouver. In the location that once housed Feenie’s. Chef Stephane Istel runs the day to day operations in the kitchen, as Chef Boulud overseas his worldwide restaurant empire. The food here French bistro style, with respect to local ingredients. I’ve not been disappointed yet. Highlights include roasted sablefish with a flavourful herb crust, accompanied by a sweet pepper stew, and the Berkshire pork duo of tenderloin and crispy belly served with horseradish coleslaw and bacon jus. They’re also famous for the original DB burger. Boulud’s signature creation is prime sirloin meat, braised short ribs, foie gras and black truffle on a parmesan bun with pomme frites. Service is attentive and don’t miss bar star Cameron Bogue’s signature cocktails.

More at:
http://www.martiniboys.com/Vancouver/DB-Bistro-Moderne-Vancouver-review.html

Drink of the week from DB’s Head Bartender Cameron Bogue

Events

Saturday April 18 – Bike the Blossoms
www.slowfoodvancouver.com/index.php/BikeBlossoms/category/join_us

The inaugural Bike the Blossoms, held on April 19th, 2008, saw over 1,000 participants in this unique food-focused cycling tour in the heart of Vancouver, where farmers came in from the Metro Vancouver area and the Fraser Valley to showcase their food and artisanal products. Come visit and support farmers who are not normally part of the city’s farmers markets.
This self-guided tour is fun for the whole family! Enjoy a leisurely ride along boulevards of spring cherry blossoms, traveling through a diversity of neighbourhoods from the eastside to the westside, stopping at local community centres to meet local farmers, to sample local foods and refuel at slow food designated eateries, restaurants and cafes along the way.
This year Slow Food Vancouver in partnership with The Commercial Drive Business Society, has created the Slow Taste of the Drive. As part of our aim to increase the food element and the level of engagement between local farmers and city folk, we have invited selected eateries & restaurants on Commercial Drive to offer a Slow Taste. So, after visiting the farmers at Britannia Community Centre, take a stroll along “the Drive”. Find the slow food snail in the windows of participating eateries and enjoy their slow taste creations. Eateries and restaurants will offer one (or more) of their current food items (or create one specific for the event) to be designated a Slow Taste. The intent is that their Slow Taste will embody and represent Slow Food which is good, clean and fair. Slow Tastes will feature ingredients: that are organic, local and fresh; or from our food partner BOSA Fine Foods; or from participating farmers in Bike the Blossoms. Go to featured links for more information!
Date: Saturday, April 18th . . . rain or shine . . . it sprinkled a little snow the night before last year’s event and everyone still had a wonderful time!
Time: 10am – 4pm (arrive and leave when you want)
Place: OFFICIAL START – VanDusen Botanical Gardens (37th Avenue and Oak Street). Additional start locations are: Kitsilano Community Centre
2690 Larch Street (between 10th and 12th Avenue) and Britannia Community Centre 1661 Napier Street (at Commercial Drive).
Cycle Tour Distance: ~ 23 km circular route and fairly easy
Cost: $10.00 per person (children 12 and under are free) Participants are required to register.
A free Bicycle Valet Service will be available at Britannia and Kitsilano Community Centres to allow you to visit with the farmers and to enjoy the Slow Taste of the Drive.

April 13-26 Flavours of Spring at Joe Fortes
www.joefortes.ca

While a Vancouver Spring sometimes feels like it begins just after Christmas, for the kitchen, it is only now starting. But like the crocuses, our Flavours of Spring menus vanish as quickly as they arrive.

Table d’hôte menu:
•Salt Spring Island mussels & frites – $13.95
•Marinated local sturgeon – $25.95
•Rhubarb & strawberry pie – $8.

Paired with just the right wine companions. See the full spring menu here.

Taste of BC menu at Lumiere
www.lumiere.ca

Chef Dale Mackay is pleased to invite you to sample the Taste of BC menu. Lumière and Mission Hill Wines have collaborated to bring you this exceptional spring offer. Nightly from 5:30pm until 7:00pm this $55 three course dinner focusing on local ingredients cannot be missed!
To make a reservation please call (604) 739 8185

April 15th to May 2nd Capones Wine and Jazz Festival
www.caponesrestaurant.net

The 1st Annual Wine & Jazz Festival of Vancouver, showcases food & wines from 5 different regions. We will offer for each region an incredible 4 course dinner menu + a flight of wine. Reservations are recommended and can be made on the Capone’s website.

Thursday April 16 Meet Hennessy’s Cyrill Gautier Auriol at the Cambie BCLDB
www.bcldb.com

Take advantage of this rare and exciting opportunity! Meet Cyrille Gautier Auriol, the global trade representative for the Hennessy house of Cognac, and taste a flight of the ultra-premium spirit as you learn more about this refined brand.

Thursday, April 16th, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
39th & Cambie Signature BC Liquor Store (5555 Cambie Street, Vancouver)
Please RSVP to Roberto Garcia (rgarcia@chartonhobbs.com) by Tuesday, April 14
** Seating is extremely limited **
Tasting will feature Hennessy VS, Hennessy VSOP, Hennessy XO

BIO
Mr. Gautier Auriol was born and raised in Cognac, France, and has represented Hennessy for nine years. He has a passion for sharing the history and pleasure of tasting Cognac with people around the world.

April 21 – Naramata Wineries Spring Release
www.naramatabench.com

Five wineries have come together this year and brought their top wine components to create what will be an annual event of “tasting and sharing knowledge” to produce an exceptional wine that expresses ‘The Taste of the Terroir of the Naramata Bench.’ This year a Bordeaux blend was produced and is composed of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. The wines are from Hillside Estate Winery, La Frenz Winery, Lake Breeze Vineyards, Laughing Stock Vineyards and Soaring Eagle Winery.
In Vancouver, the restaurants serving food pairings with the spring release wines are Miku, Vij’s, Goldfish, Wild Rice, Pair Bistro, and So.cial at Le Magasin, and from the Bench – the Naramata Heritage Inn and Hillside Winery Barrel Room Bistro. In Victoria, the pairings will be prepared by Chef Brad Horen at the luxurious Inn at Laurel Point. (list of wines for both events attached
The Naramata Bench Spring Release events are more than just tastings. They are your only chance to pick up a 3L magnum of the Naramata Bench Red Blend as well as the only place to get a coveted “Best of the Bench” case of wine. In addition to these exclusives, the Spring Release events boast a plethora of auction items including: stays in Naramata at several winery accommodations, behind the scenes and meet the winemaker opportunities, a cooking class with Vij’s for 10 at Laughing Stock Winery complete with a personalized tour, sailing on Okanagan Lake, Okanagan art (including NBWA’s infamous Spring Release posters) and more.
The Vancouver NBWA Spring Release event will be held at the Roundhouse from 6:30 to 9:00 PM and the Victoria Spring Release event is from 6:00-8:30 PM at the Inn at Laurel Point. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.naramatabench.com or call 1-800-663-1900. The Naramata Bench Spring Release Events are sponsored by Kettle Ridge Estates (www.kettleridge.com).

Easter Ham

ham

This is a great recipe for an amazing ham. Thank god there’s no pineapple!
1 (10 lb) ham
2 teaspoon cloves
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup honey
3 tablespoons grainy dijon mustard
4 tablespoons orange juice

Place ham, skin side up, in a roasting pan and bake covered in foil at 325 degrees for 20 minutes per pound. For 10 lbs you’ll need 3 1/2 hours.
Remove ham from the oven. Score fat in diamond shapes. Stick cloves on the ham. Combine honey, mustard, sugar and orange juice and spread over the ham.
Bake uncovered for 40 minutes more, basting occasionally with the glaze.

Seattle – Culinary Tidbits

I first fell for Seattle after watching the movie ‘Singles’ in my University days. I was charmed by the characters, and wanted to know more about the city where grunge and coffee culture ruled.  I’d go down to catch a band or shop, but recently my visits have begun to focus more on the culinary scene that Seattle is now known for.   While entire books have been devoted to the subject, I merely offer up a few suggestions for interested foodies on their next trip down.

To Tour

Pike Place Market is a pleasant stroll from your hotel and is full of everything fresh from fish to flowers.  Don’t miss the show the fish monger puts on, or a chance to enjoy a drink and the view from many of the markets restaurants.  www.pikeplacemarket.org

Chocolate fans can head to the Chocolate Box near Pike Place market for the “Tour de Chocolat”.  Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at 8:30 am the 3 hour tour visits local chocolate shops.  $59 gets you a goodie bag to take home and chocolate samples at each stop. www.sschocolatebox.com or www.toursofseattle.com

Gray Line of Seattle culinary tours offers eight culinary tours this summer.  Meet at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel and join a chef from a Seattle hotspot.  Head to the market to pick up that day’s fresh ingredients and then back to the chef’s restaurant for a cooking demonstration and tasting. Participating restaurants include Crush, El Gaucho and Sky City at the Space Needle.  Try to catch Chef Jason Wilson of Crush on July 13 and 27, or August 24 and 31.  The tour is lasts four hours for US$100 a person and begin at 1 p.m. To book, call 800-426-7532 or visit www.graylineofseattle.com

Learn all about Washington Wines with a Washington Wine Cruise offered by Holland America and AAA Washington.  Attend seminars, lectures, tastings and dinners with chefs and winemakers from Washington’s best wineries.  Spring 2009 dates will soon be posted at www.hollandamerica.com

To Eat

Brunch – Veil – On Saturdays and Sundays locals head to the Queen Edward Hotel for the city’s best brunch at Veil.  Old favourites and fresh takes on standards. Start with a glass of meadow (champagne with lavender infused honey) and try the Belgian style waffles with banana and nutella, or the duck confit hash.  Those in a lunch mood might want the mini lamb burgers or the mac and cheese. – NOW CLOSED – WATCH FOR UPDATE

Lunch – Salumi – Open Tuesdays from 11-4 pm this is home to the original Mr. Batali (Mario’s father Amandino).  Charcuterie, sandwiches, pastas and soups drawn lines from the minute the place opens. Take home cured meats to enjoy later. www.salumicuredmeats.com

Dinner – Tilth – Chef Maria Hines uses fresh, seasonal and local ingredients to create the divine dishes at newcomer Tilth.  In a quaint and charming house with superb service you’ll enjoy one of the freshest meals in town.  Absolutely delicious.  Menu changes seasonally, but if the tuna with avocado and wasabi mayo is on the menu don’t miss it. http://tilthblog.wordpress.com

Tulio – You’ll find contemporary Italian food at this delightful spot in the Hotel Vintage Park.  The three beet salad, grilled calamari with lavender sausage and the Dungeness crab tortelli are superb.  If Tonia is on hand to serve, make sure she is yours.  www.tulio.com

Drinks – Vessel – Ex-Vancouverite Jamie Boudreau is the genius behind the cocktail menu at this downtown hotspot.  A gorgeous room and small plates round out the experience.  www.vesselseattle.com  UPDATE – Jamie is now at Tini Bigs

Bottleneck – This casual neighbourhood spot is a great place to grab a beer and a panini or a plate of nachos.  Servers are genuine.  Ask for Erin. www.bottlenecklounge.com

Special Events

Taste of Washington – Each year hundreds of wineries and dozens of restaurants get together for this grand tasting.  March 31, April 1 2012. (Spokane June)www.tastewashington.org

Woodinville Wine Country Wine Notes – On July 26 and 27 music, top Woodinville wineries and regional restaurants come together for a 2 day festival of taste. Held in King County at Marymoor Park. www.winenotesconcerts.com


May 3 – La Quercia and Tyler Dawson do Veneto

La Quercia Restaurant and Liberty Wine Merchant’s Tyler Dawson will host an evening of food and wine featuring flavours paired with wines from the Veneto Region of Italy. With the sea port of Venice as the capital, a 6 course menu of dishes from this vast Italian region will showcase Chef Adam Pegg and Lucais Syme’s talents and will come with educational commentary from Tyler Dawson. Described as the foremost wine producing region in Italy, both in quality and quantity, look out for some rare bottles and tough to find gems. With a bounty of seafood available in this region as well as some interesting seasonal vegetables, a true taste of Veneto will be enjoyed.
“We truly love the opportunity to bring food and people together for an intimate meal where we can interact with the guests and teach them something about the region,” says Adam Pegg, of La Quercia. “The Veneto region affords plenty of seafood as well as some interesting opportunities for risotto creations. We are excited to start the preparations for the upcoming evening.”
Tyler Dawson (Liberty Wine Merchants) has paired rare bottles exclusively for the evening. With his wealth of information on this region, guests will leave with their palates pleased and their wine education stoked. Tyler will provide his animated commentary on the wine selections and the various courses will be communicated by the chefs.
Reservations are necessary for this event. Please call 604.676.1007 to ensure your space. Or in person at 3689 West 4th Ave. (at Alma). Tickets are $119 per person.

La Quercia opened in mid July, is a Trattoria Style Italian Restaurant led by Adam Pegg and Lucais Syme. With over 20 years of experience between them in both local and international restaurants, their restaurant treats Vancouverites to Italian cuisine they’d be hard pressed to find this side of the Atlantic. With Italian native Karin Lazzaris, front of house, servers are well versed in the subtleties of the ingredients, and the mostly-Italian wine list-created has been created by Tyler Dawson. The menu is a combination of traditional and contemporary food presented in a simple, straightforward manner. An always changing, seasonal menu features a daily fresh sheet to keep guests coming back for more. With a collection of 3 starters, 3 pastas and 3 mains, sharing is encouraged. Pasta is served up family style for 2 or more. In addition, guests can opt for the chef’s menu, or select risotto made-to-order for a minimum of 2 people.

Tyler Dawson, or ‘Ty the Wine Guy’ is well known for his beverage acumen and wine related experience. He boasts twenty-plus years of industry experience, including a few years as Cellarman at Umberto’s Al Porto, and seventeen-plus years in his current role as buyer and manager for fine wine retailer, Liberty Wine Merchants.

Andrea Scott
andrea@andreascottink.com

778.886.3618

Barbara-Jo’s Books to Cooks

books

If you are looking for a cookbook, this is the place. Books to Cooks also hosts cooking classes and informative discussions on all things of a culinary nature. The staff is wonderful and Barbara-Jo herself is a wealth of knowledge.

http://www.bookstocooks.com

1740 West 2nd Avenue (half a block east of Burrard)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6J 1H6
Telephone 604-688-6755 Fax 604-688-6759

Outside of Vancouver? Call 1-866-688-6744

email bookcook@intergate.ca

ilove olive oil

ilove2Many know that New Zealand’s lush, broad landscape provides perfect growing conditions for vineyards delivering quality vintages all over the world. Many are not aware that this same landscape also provides a haven for olive groves. Ilove olive oil captures the pure taste of New Zealand’s rich, green pasture providing a distinctively herbaceous and grassy style of olive oil.

ilove olive oil comes from a collective of 30 New Zealand growers united by their passion – and love, for producing olive oil. By paying close attention to the quality of the fruit, the growers play a pivotal role in creating this ultra premium, cool climate extra virgin olive oil.

Ilove is sourced from growers around the Wairarapa and Hawkes Bay regions in the lower North Island of New Zealand. This region lends ilove its full-bodied and fruity taste – similar to renowned Sauvignon Blancs made from grapes grown in the same region.

Made by 30 growers and New Zealand’s top blender, ilove olive oil is a locally produced unique product that is now available in select locations across North America.

www.iloveolivenz.com

April 29 – Burnaby’s Empty Bowls Project Invites You to Nosh for a Cause

Burnaby’s Empty Bowls Project is excited to announce the date of our fifth Gala Reception.  On Wednesday, April 29 2009 we will host a fabulous fundraising event that will help feed the hungry in our community while treating guests to tasty bites prepared by some of Burnaby’s hottest chefs.  In 2007 we raised over $23,000 for the Food First Committee, and we hope to equal or surpass that goal this year.

 

The reception-style Gala will be held in the Crystal Ballroom of Burnaby’s four-diamond Hilton Vancouver Metrotown Hotel.  Bites for the event will be prepared by celebrated local chefs:  Chef John Garrett of Burnaby’s Horizons Restaurant, Chef Scott Jaeger of The Pear Tree Restaurant, Chef Tong Lim of the Hilton, Chef Jack Kuyer of The Valley Bakery, and the Hart House Restaurant are sure to surprise and delight you with their culinary creations.

 

Some of the dishes featured at the event will include

o       The Pear Tree’s famous Spring Pea Ravioli with Crisp Double Smoked Bacon

o       Hart House’s mouthwatering Herb Goats Cheese Roulade with Beet Coulis

o       Horizons’ crowd-pleasing Cold Smoked Rainbow Trout and Baby Potato Green Bean Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette

 

Guests will also enjoy entertainment by the “Now’s the Time” Trio and a silent auction.  In addition, each guest at the Gala will also be given a beautifully handcrafted ceramic bowl to take home as a memento.  The Honourary Chair for the evening will be Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan along with celebrity emcee, Dawn Chubai of CityTV. 

 

Proceeds will go to Burnaby’s Food First Committee, a coalition of community service organizations and volunteers who work to address food security and hunger issues in Burnaby.  We invite you to join us for a fun evening at this worthwhile event!

 

 

Sponsors & Contributors

Scotiabank, Burnaby Now, CityTV, Burnaby Board of Trade,

Divyesh and Charu Gadhia, Hemlock Printers, Chevron, Boffo Construction,

The City of Burnaby, Hart House at Deer Lake,

Hilton Vancouver Metrotown Hotel, Horizons Restaurant,

The Pear Tree Restaurant & The Valley Bakery

 

The Crystal Ballroom at the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown

6083 McKay Avenue, Burnaby

Wednesday, April 29 2009 at 5:30 pm – $ 50 inclusive of tax

 

For tickets:

Call Shadbolt Centre for the Arts Box Office at 604 205-3000 or Lawrence Ryan @ Stoney Creek Community School at (604) 664-8849

http://burnabyemptybowls.blogspot.com/

 

Media contact:  Dana Lee Harris                                                                            

Dana Lee Consulting

P- 604-986-3262                                       

 Danalee.harris@shaw.ca

 

May 14 – La Terrazza and Duckhorn Vineyards

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

La Terrazza Restaurant in Vancouver Presents Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa and Anderson Valley Current and Library Wines Paired with a Six Course Dinner by Chef Gennaro Iorio

6:30 PM Reception / 7 pm Dinner

Reception
Canapés – canapes
Introducing Trump® Super Premium Vodka “Trumptini”

PRIMO – first course
INSALATA CONFIT organic micro greens tossed in champagne vinaigrette with Fraser Valley duck confit, candied walnuts, golden beets, Okanagan goat cheese and grilled red onions
Duckhorn Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, 2007

SECONDI – second course
MERLUZZO oven baked sable fish encrusted in dried porcini mushrooms in a mushroom fish fumet, paired with a risotto pancake
Goldeneye – Anderson Valley Migration Pinot Noir, 2006

TERZO – third course
RAVIOLI pasta envelopes stuffed with apple wood smoked paprika lamb sirloin, sautéed roasted peppers and braised cabbage on a tomato ragú, topped with poached golden potatoes and oven baked ricotta
Duckhorn Vineyards Napa Valley Merlot, 1997

QUARTO – fourth course
SCALOPPINE seared natural grain fed veal in a red wine, herb emulsion with morel mushrooms. White truffle gnocchi
Duckhorn Vineyards Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 1996

QUINTO – fifth course
BISTECCA ALLA FIORINTINA – Triple A T-bone steak grilled over apple wood smoked coals with toasted Israeli cous cous
Duckhorn Vineyards – Paraduxx Napa Valley Red, 1998

DOLCE – Dessert
DELIZIA DI FORMAGGIO custard of Toma and Idiazabal cheeses paired with a date, raisin jam and cherry crisps
Recioto Capitel Fontana Tedeschi, 2004

A dessert wine from the Veneto, Italy

$198.88 per person exclusive of taxes and gratuity

Reservations
La Terrazza Restaurant
1088 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 6J5
604-899-4449 or www.laterrazza.ca

Complimentary valet parking

About Duckhorn Vineyards
Co-founded by Dan and Margaret Duckhorn in 1976, Duckhorn Vineyards has spent a quarter century establishing itself as one of North America’s premier producers of Bordeaux varietal wines. From its modest inaugural vintage of 800 cases of Cabernet Sauvignon and 800 cases of Merlot in 1978, to its addition of Sauvignon Blanc in 1982, Duckhorn Vineyards has crafted a tradition of quality and excellence that continues today. The Duckhorn Company owns and manages Duckhorn Vineyards, Goldeneye, Decoy and Paraduxx www.duckhorn.com
Introducing Trump® Super Premium Vodka

The Spirits Journal has given this vodka 4 stars and a “Highly recommended” designation. The Wine Enthusiast calls it “Superb and Highly Recommended” with a 90/95. It is quintuple distilled at a Dutch distillery skilled in making vodka since 1631 and crafted under the watchful eye of Jacques de Lat, a third-generation master distiller at the Wanders Distillery in Holland. The award-winning vodka is packaged in an elegant, unique gold bottle, designed by world-renowned designer and architect, Milton Glaser www.miltonglaser.com
About La Terrazza
Gennaro Iorio – Executive Chef/ Managing Partner
Giulio Miceli – Sommelier/Managing Partner
Iqbal Grewal – General Manager/Managing Partner

Last years Zagat rated La Terrazza a 22 out of 26 in food, one of the highest ratings in the city and said “This elegant Yaletown has a wonderful ambiance in which to be pampered over fresh interesting Italian dishes paired with wines from the extensive list of over 2000 bottles” The wine list is one of the most award winning in Canada with Wine Spectator Magazine giving it both the “Award of Excellence” and “Best of” “Award of Excellence, an award only a few receive, every year since the restaurant opened. Service is warm, professional and attentive.

Many say La Terrazza is one of the most beautiful restaurants in Vancouver with attention to detail in everyway. There are two elegant private rooms for fifty five and twenty five, a stunning garden surrounded patio and the lounge and bar that seats 40. Two fireplaces, warm, flickering candles and warm light make this 110 seat dining room one of Vancouver’s most romantic places to dine.

La Terrazza‘s cuisine is fresh and local, yet classic in many ways offering the more classic dishes one sometimes crave. But don’t be fooled by classics, spaghetti with meat sauce at a Terrazza means a sauce using sweet Okanagan grown tomatoes, ground prime beef tenderloin and fresh made pasta as Chef Gennaro takes Italian dishes to a whole new level by working with local ingredients; This is Italian food at it’s finest.

La Terrazza is located at Pacific and Cambie in Yaletown, we are in our 10th year as Vancouver’s premier Italian Restaurant.

La Terrazza Restaurant

Celebrating ten years as one of Vancouver’s premier Italian restaurants

1088 Cambie Street, Downtown/Yaletown

Vancouver, BC V6B 6J5

Ph: 604-899-4449 Fax: 604-899-9179

info@laterrazza.ca www.laterrazza.ca

Complimentary Valet Parking

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