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What’s Good This Week in Vancouver Version 2017.0

What to do in Vancouver this week of January 2017

Is it just me or does it seem like the new year really starts in the second week of January? Last week wasn’t bad, it’s not like I ate a dozen donuts in one seating, I actually had some great gal pal time  and even planned my pre-wedding week away. I did try a new restaurant, and explored new cocktails and food, and even went for a couple runs. I just don’t feel I buckled down like I need to for 2017 business-wise I suppose. So, since my business is telling you what to do (or something like that), let’s get this week going with a few great events I’m giving the thumbs up to in and around Vancouver. Wishing you motivation and success this week! Please do the same for me?wine tasting

Best Sommelier of BC Competition

Monday January 9 at Rogers Arena (200 Level, Captain’s Lounge, enter via Gate 10, 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver),  at 1:00 pm you can catch the top three finalist competing in the practical exam that will determine the Best Sommelier of BC. There will be test on Sparkling wine service, Red wine decanting, Food and wine pairing, Menu correction and a Blind tasting of cocktails, red and white wines. It’s open to the public by donation. Later that night, the Winning announcement for BC’s Best Sommelier in 2017 will be announced at a sold out event at CIBO. I’m heading down to catch some of the action.

theater of life 2016 poster

Theater of Life at Vancity Theatre

MON JAN 9 – 7:00PM (Gala Launch part of Vancouver Italian Film Festival)
FRI JAN 13 – 6:30PM • SAT JAN 14 – 3:45PM
SUN JAN 15 – 5:45PM • MON JAN 16 – 6:45PM • THU JAN 19 – 6:15PM 
INFO + TICKETS | Website & Trailer

In an extraordinary soup kitchen in Milan, two vastly different worlds come together in a unique social experiment. Theater of Life captures the remarkable relationship forged between the finest haute cuisine chefs in the world, led by chief instigator Massimo Bottura, and the city’s most disadvantaged groups: refugees, recovering drug addicts, former sex workers, and a host of others with no place else to go. Monday Jan 9th Gala Launch Event: Doors from 6:30 pm. Reception – 6:45-7:45 featuring dishes prepared by chefs David Gunawan (Royal Dinette); Brian Luptak (The Acorn) and Robert Clarke (The Arbour). (Pay bar) 7:50pm Screening followed by Skype Q&A with Filmmaker Peter Svatek.


Psychonaut World Premier

January 10th, 2017 at the Cinematheque Theatre in Vancouver, BC you can catch Psychonaut, a sci-fi indie feature shot exclusively in the Vancouver area. Psychonaut is a psychedelic sci-fi indie feature about mind travel. It follows one man’s journey on a path of spiritual awakening through science and technology. Scientists who have been pushed into underground research facilities following government intervention, continue to work on discovering the inner workings of the human mind. But when a secret disc containing sensitive research is stolen, it’s a race against time to recover the disc before worlds collide, causing catastrophic consequences.

The soundtrack is provided exclusively by psychedelic band DRUGZNDREAMZ Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/176829943 To purchase tickets to the exclusive world premiere of Psychonaut, click here

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Wild Rice DINE IN JAN 3 – FEB 12

Dine out Vancouver starts Jan 20 (book here quickly!), but you can already get some deals around town. Take a ride out to New West for a change and try the two course meal for $25, or for an additional $5, you can choose the dessert of your choice.


BOOK FOR Dine Out Vancouver

The good seats go fast so get booking for Dine Out Vancouver, Canada’s largest annual celebration of food and drink. This year there is 17 days of culinary events, prix fixe menus at 270-plus restaurants (at $20, $30 or $40 price points), as well as “Dine and Stay” packages and special hotel rates  January 20 to February 5. dineoutvancouver.com @DineOutVanFest #dovf

In addition to prix fixe dinners at more than 270 restaurants in and around Vancouver (many with suggested BC VQA wine pairings), food lovers can select from a roster of more than 40 events that include an Oceanwise Pop-up at the Vancouver Aquarium (sustainable, locally sourced menu paired with an interactive under-the-sea experience); a Robbie Burns Celebration (Scottish-themed feast at YEW Seafood + Bar along with a whisky masterclass led by award-winning bartender Lauren Mote and a special visiting guest who’s making waves in the spirits world); an Asian-inspired Lunar New Year feast at Heritage Asian Eatery (10-course, family style meal celebrating the Year of the Rooster); and more. Returning favourites include the Vancouver World Chef Exchange (welcoming star chefs from London, New York, San Francisco, Mexico City and Galway); a series of brunch crawls showcasing the most palate-pleasing haunts in Vancouver’s distinctive neighbourhoods; and others. And you won’t want to miss made-for-a-crowd experiences like the music-packed Tasters Tapas & Talent; a cozy Winter Beer Hall; Craft Beer & Tacos (a fan favourite pairing!) and more.


Campagnolo ROMA  will be pairing up with Odd Society

Delicious food and cocktails? YUM! Wednesday, January 11 Chef Jesse McMillan will be serving up six courses based on the hearty, rustic winter cuisine of Rome while cocktail pairings
will be designed using spirits from Odd Society.

Oyster – oaked mignionette

Winter Squash Salad – pumpkin seed vinaigrette, scamorza

Charred Cabbage – bollito misto, brassica brodo, sourdough bread

Squab – grilled radicchio, anchovy, squab jus

Goat’s Milk Custard – brown butter, peach, lovage

Baked Apple – pie crust, smoked anglaise

Tickets are $90 inclusive of food, beverage, and service and can be purchased by visiting http://romacollab.eventbrite.ca or by phoning the restaurant at 604.569.0456campagnolo

From Farms to Forks 6

A Growing Chefs! Harvest Kitchen Party on Sunday, October 4th at Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts@

Don’t miss this opportunity to support Growing Chefs all while enjoying delicious food and drinks at PICA! I love these kitchen parties and wouldn’t miss this! Hope to see you there. Tickets $200
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Pacific Institue of Culinary Arts
1505 West 2nd Ave.
This is a 19+ event.

Farms to Forks

For the sixth year in a row, we’re bringing together some of the city’s most prominent chefs and mixologists and the region’s best growers and producers for a fun night of B.C. wine and beer pairings, cocktails, and tasting stations! This year is especially exciting as we are celebrating our 10th anniversary!

Chef Alvin Pilay


Join us on a culinary adventure as guests can wander from kitchen to kitchen and watch the chefs in action. Each chef will be paired with a local B.C. grower and producer to celebrate the best of the season. Throughout the night you’ll get to try dishes from more than fifteen of the city’s best chefs! Each chef station is also paired with a carefully selected B.C. winery. Wine pairings provided by Constellation Brands.

Here’s a sneak preview of just a few of our participating restaurants!

The Acorn
Burdock & Co
Campagnolo Roma
The Cascade Room
Culinary Capers Catering
East Van Roasters
Homer St. Cafe and Bar
Los Cuervos Taqueria
Miku Restaurant
Pier 73
Tableau Bar Bistro

Sponsorship opportunities available for this unique dining event. Email us for more details.

To avoid the service fee, send us an email or call 778-885-1308 to purchase tickets directly from us.



Tutto Dinner at Campagnolo

tuttoChef Joachim Hayward of Campagnolo Roma is proud to present Tutto, a dinner celebrating the whole ingredient.   


“During my time spent in Italy, I gained a strong admiration for cooking with whole ingredients,” says Joachim Hayward, chef de cuisine of Campagnolo Roma. “A little seasoning and technique was all that was required to allow the flavours and natural beauty of quality ingredients to shine.”


On Wednesday, September 24 guests will gather around communal tables to feast on a variety of dishes honouring ingredients in their natural form, served alla famiglia and complemented by beer from Bomber Brewing. Each satisfying dish will showcase one local delicacy including freshwater smelts, wild BC Sockeye salmon, crispy Braeburn Farms chicken, Sloping Hill Farm porchetta, Stoney Paradise tomatoes, Chilliwack corn, Okanagan peaches and cherries, and many more regionally sourced seasonal ingredients. Tickets for Tutto are $79 inclusive of tax and gratuity. 



Date: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 

Time: 8:00PM 

Address: 2297 E. Hastings St. 

Price: $74 (includes tax, gratuity and beer from Bomber Brewing) plus Eventbrite service charge. 

Menu: As the focus of this dinner is celebrating seasonal ingredients in their whole form, substitutions to the menu will be politely declined. 

Tickets: Buy tickets at campagnoloromatutto.eventbrite.ca


Spot Prawns Spotted at Campagnolo and Campagnolo ROMA

campagnolo prawnsAt both Campagnolo locations from May 13 until the last Wild BC Spot Prawn’s rears its pinkish head, Chefs Nathan Lowey and Joachim Hayward will present a four-course family feast staring this succulent creature. Start with a BC Spot Prawn boil with spot prawns with house-made sausage and seasonal vegetables. Three more family-style courses follow: pizzas, pastas, and then desserts.  $49 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Both restaurants are currently taking reservations for tables of four or more from May 13 through to the end of BC Spot Prawn season.

Spot Prawn Alla Famiglia Feast Details:

Dates: Starts May 13 and runs until the end of Spot Prawn season

Price: $49 (excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)

Campagnolo reservations can be made by calling 604.484.6018.

Address: 1020 Main Street, Vancouver, BC

Website: campagnolorestaurant.ca

Campagnolo ROMA reservations can be made by calling 604.569.0456.

Address: 2297 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC

Website: campagnoloroma.com

NOTE: A limited number of tables are available nightly for this special dinner, and bookings must be made a minimum of one day in advance. At Campagnolo, guests can book parties as few as four and as many as eight; at Campagnolo ROMA, table sizes from four to six people can be reserved. Credit card number is required at the time of booking.


Campagnolo ROMA Quinto Quarto with R & B Brewing Co.

quinto quartoOn March 12 head to East Van for Craft Beer and offal with Quinto Quarto at Campagnolo and beers from the delicious R & B Brewers.  GLV

On Wednesday, March 12, chef de cuisine Joachim Hayward will host Quinto Quarto: No Guts, No Glory along with R&B Brewing Co.’s head brewer Todd Graham. Hayward has designed a menu for the offal-curious to be paired with two unique R&B cask beers created especially for this decadent dinner.

Address: Campagnolo ROMA, 2297 E. Hastings.
Time: 8:00PM
Price: Tickets are $79.50* (includes dinner, beer, tax and gratuity)
Other: Substitutions are politely declined.
* an eventbrite service charge will be added at the time of booking  

Easter Eats Around Vancouver


Buona Pasqua- Campagnolo and Campagnolo ROMA are brunching all Easter long weekend from Friday to Monday.

Both restaurants will be serving an incredible selection of decadent brunch dishes and house-made salumi.  Think pizza, bruschetta, frittata, potato hash, and even traditional eggs.

Campagnolo (1020 Main St.) 11:30am – 2:30pm www.campagnolorestaurant.ca

ROMA (2297 E. Hastings St. ) 10:30am – 2:30pm www.campagnoloroma.com

Fête de Pâques at Le Parisien

This weekend Le Parisien will celebrate Easter and the coming Spring by serving a scrumptious brunch and a savoury 3-course dinner menu along with the regular menu. 4.95 mimosa, kir royale and caesar during brunch. The celebration begins on Good Friday and continues until Easter Monday.

Brunch: 10:30am to 2:30pm

Dinner: 5:30pm to 10:30pm

Reservations: 604-687-1418 / www.opentable.com/le-parisien-vancouver

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Easter Dinner Menu Le Parisien

Spring Pea Soup

Smoked Ham Hock, Crème Fraîche

– or –

Caramelized Onion, Oven Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese Tart


Seared Steelhead Salmon

Crab Croquette, Creamed Kale, Citrus Beurre Blanc

– or –

Braised Lamb

Roasted Pears, Pomme Parisienne, Asparagus, Rosemary Jus

– or –

Maple Glazed Pork Loin

Crispy Sour Pork Belly, Potato gratin, Brussels Sprouts, Apple Jus


Sticky Toffee Pudding

Caramel Sauce, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

– or –

Chocolate Brownie Mousse

Almond Tuile, Strawberry Gastrique

39.00 / Person

Le Parisien 751 Denman St. Vancouver, BC V6G 2L6 | Tel: (604) 687.1418 www.leparisien.ca


Gramercy Grill Long Weekend Agenda

Enjoy Prime Rib Dinner This Fri & Sat from 5pm

Enjoy 3 Course Easter Dinner Sunday & Monday from 5pm

& Select Bottles of wine $20 all Weekend

Gramercy Long Weekend Brunch offered Fri, Sat, Sun Mon til 3:00 pm

Brunch Entree Features

Best Eggs Benedict  12

ham & brie stuffed sour dough french toast topped with two poached eggs, smoked bacon& maple hollandaise served with a frisee & fennel salad

Shaved Prime Rib Hash 12

red pepper & green onion tossed with hash browns

topped with 2 poached eggs and a side of hollandaise

Fresh Dungeness Crab Benedict 16

fresh dungeness crab atop an english muffin topped with poached eggs & hollandaise served with hash browns sub green salad for hash browns


Strawberry Cheese Cake  7.5

Add an Irish Coffee $4.95 or Bailey’s Coffee $5.25

plus applicable tax


A p p e t i z er   C h o i c e

Soup of the Day

Mixed Lettuces & Shaved Fennel

pear vinaigrette

E n t r e e   C h o i c e

Oven Roasted Turkey cornbread pine nut stuffing mashed parsnip & potato & gravy citrus cranberry compote roasted spring carrots sauteed brussel sprouts, smoked bacon & kale


Braised Lamb Shank 26 mashed parsnip & potato roasted spring carrots sauteed brussel sprouts, smoked bacon & kale basil pesto & red wine jus


Pan Seared Fresh Halibut red pepper & green onionsaffron brown basmati rice oven dried roma tomatoes & kalamata olive compote roasted spring carrots

sauteed brussel sprouts, smoked bacon & kale

D e s s e r t   C h o i c e

Pecan Pie caramel sauce & whipped cream or Lemon Tart berry coulis or Vanilla Gelato

 $27.95 per person plus applicable taxes  Parties of 6 or more add 18% gratuity

easter cupcakes

Mix The Bakery

Lemon Icebox Pie

A Light lemony mousse filled in a buttery graham cracker crust and finished with tart lemon curd 22.95/41.95

Hot Cross Buns

Easter favourite baked with a delicate spice blend of cardamom, clove, ginger, cinnamon & nutmeg along with dried fruits and a traditional piped icing    1.50/5.95

Easter Cupcakes

Moist vanilla cupcakes iced with Swiss butter cream and decorated with various holiday colours  2.85

Coconut Cream Cake

Moist Vanilla cake layered with a rich coconut diplomat cream and finished with a light Swiss butter cream and covered with coconut 22.95/41.95


Beta 5 Chocolate Eggs

Easter treats have been busy preparing themselves for the coming hunt! Watch their video here

Everyone loves a little surprise on Easter morning, so why not crack open some of Beta 5’s pebble-filled eggs? Filled with an assortment of our favorite pebbles, and some special new additions – milk chocolate raisins and vanilla bean marshmallow chicks – these hand-painted, dark chocolate eggs are sure to put a smile on the faces of the lucky discoverers. Also try the Komodo Dragon Eggs are cast in dark chocolate, filled with milk chocolate raisins and peanut butter-filled quail eggs, then buried in a nest of dark chocolate pop rocks and our aerated chocolate rocks.

Easter Collection webstore


Hop On Over to Trafalgars Bistro & Sweet Obsession to Celebrate Easter

Trafalgars Bistro is open regular hours throughout the long weekend, and will be featuring our BRUNCH menu all weekend, including Friday & Monday. Saturday & Sunday from 10am-3pm and Friday & Monday from 11am-3pm

Available only during the season, Fruit Cream Cake has made its appearance. This cloud-like cake has layers of vanilla chiffon, berries, pastry cream & a hint of Grand Marnier.

Hot Cross Brioche – far better than buns! The brioche is lightly spiced, savoury & simply melt in your mouth; and the currants & raisins kick it up a notch.

Easter nest dessert toppers. The nests are made of white chocolate buttercream sprinkled with coconut shavings & filled with Mini Eggs.

Please pre-order at 604.739.0555 ext 2 to make sure you can get everything you’d like.

Sweet Obsession is open regular hours the holiday weekend:

Friday & Saturday: 8am-11pm

Sunday & Monday: 8am-10pm


Urban Tea Merchant Easter Treats

Easter Weekend Features

Offered Friday, March 22, Saturday, March 23, Sunday, March 31 and Monday, April 1 (Open Easter Sunday 10:30am – 4:30pm. Last Seating at 3pm)

Easter Tea Service

Served on a three-tiered platter, the Easter Tea Service offered a large selection of hand-crafted Tea Sandwiches, Tea-Infused Savouries a selection of Easter sweet delights.

Easter Brunch Service

Celebrate Easter with family over a delightful Brunch Service. Select from a special Easter Brunch menu and choose from over 250 varieties of TWG Tea, including a lovely selection of morning teas such as New York Breakfast TeaParis Breakfast Tea and London Breakfast Tea. Have an elegant weekend brunch experience!

Children’s Tea Service – Children 12 years and under

Served with fun, friendly tea sandwiches, sweets, fresh scone with creme and jelly and your selection of TWG Tea Rooibos.

March Lunch Feature – $20 per person

easter rabbit

Easter with Top Table Group

An Italian Affair @ CINCIN

For an Easter celebration with an Italian twist, join us at CinCin for Chef Andrew Richardson’s festive Springtime creations, including a divine wood-grilled rack of lamb, and an exceptional Rabbit Cacciatore. Whether you are planning a family lunch in our private wine room or an intimate dinner for two, Restaurant Director Richard Luxton and his expert service team will ensure a memorable experience.

Celebrate Easter at CinCin from Friday March 29th – April 1st


Easter Tasting @ WEST

Discover the flavours of Easter with Chef Quang Dang’s Easter Tasting Menu. Featuring the best of the season’s produce and paired with Chef Dang’s signature techniques, this dedicated menu is sure to impress.

Easter Tasting Menu available from March 29th – April 1st


Traditions of France @ THIERRY

As one of Chef Thierry’s favourite holidays, Easter will be in full swing at the shop starting March 29th! From exclusive seasonal cakes, to traditional French Easter confections, Chef Thierry has your celebration needs covered.

Available from March 29th – April 1st

Sunday Brunch @ ARAXI

Cap off your Easter weekend in Whistler with a leisurely Sunday brunch at Araxi. Feast on specialties from Chef James including Poached Fresh Vita Eggs Haida with wild BC Sockeye Salmon, and house-made Ricotta + Lemon Pancakes.

Easter Brunch, Sunday March 31st



Easter at Neck of the Woods Winery – Langley

Easter weekend offers many options for friends and family. This year, visit Neck of the Woods Winery for a relaxing afternoon, bookings available from 11am to 4pm, and enjoy  “Westcoast Market” snacks. Your Mimosa Platter for two includes Smoked Salmon, Roasted Chicken, Shrimp Salad, an artisan bread basket and a variety of other tasty treats.  Mimosa’s are also included for the very reasonable cost of $39.99.  Easter treats and colouring contests will keep the kids busy. Reservations are required, please contact the winery at 604-539-9463. Neck of the Woods is located at 2033 232nd Street, Langley, BC.

Pan Pacific Easter


Sunday, March 31st – 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

Pan Pacific Vancouver is the perfect place for families to create some Easter memories this year. Our chefs are going above and beyond to create a delicious array of delectable treats for our Easter Brunch and there will be face painting, balloon animals, a special kids’ buffet and, of course, a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Pan Pacific Vancouver’s Easter Brunch is one of the most popular in the city.  With a spectacular backdrop of mountains and ocean, brunch in the Café Pacifica delights all of your senses.

This year, in addition to the fresh food prepared at the sushi, dim sum, omelette and carving stations, some of the special dishes being served include:

·     Drunken West Coast oysters dressed with tequila, lime and fresh cilantro
·     Alaskan snow crab legs, jumbo prawns presented on a beautiful ice sculpture
·     Pineapple-glazed Easter ham with honey mustard and clove au jus
Pan seared breast of duck marinated in achiote peppers and served with Asian pear chutney
·     Home-made nine herb ravioli and a meyer lemon butter emulsion.

$71 per person, $65 seniors, $35 children age 6-12

Complimentary for children age 5 and under
(17% service charge and applicable taxes additional.)

For the full menu, visit http://www.panpacificvancouver.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Pan-Pacific-Vancouver-Cafe-Pacifica-Easter-Brunch-Menu-2013.pdf

Campagnolo’s Quinto Quarto dinner

The staff at ROMA are hosting their third Quinto Quarto dinner on Wednesday, September 26 with two seatings available at 6pm and 8:30pm. Dinner is served “alla famiglia,” showcasing offal served at communal tables. Quinto Quarto refers to the “fifth quarter” of the animal (the offal) that Roman butchers often kept for themselves, as it was all the poor or people of lower classes could afford. Offal, in Roman cooking, is as important as any of the outer quarters, fore and hind. Chefs Ted Anderson and Nathan Lowey are dedicated to keeping this important Roman tradition alive! Tickets are $49 and can be purchased here!

Campagnolo ROMA 

(2297 Hastings St.)

Open daily from 11:30am to 2:30pm and 5pm to 10pm

Serving lunch monday through friday and brunch on the weekends.
Check out the website!

News from Campagnolo ROMA and Fat Dragon

Join us at ROMA for Lunch

Campagnolo ROMA 

(2297 Hastings St.) is now open from 11:30am – 2:30pm (& 5pm – 10pm) 7 days a week, serving lunch monday – friday and brunch on the weekends.

We have introduced sandwiches to our lunch menu. We offer a meat and vegetarian panini everyday served with your choice of soup of salad for $10. Ingredients for these grilled sandwiches change daily so Chef Nathan can offer you the best seasonal produce and house-cured meats he can get his hands on.

Check out our website!

Relax, Enjoy Brunch at Campagnolo

If you like Italian for dinner, you are going to love it for brunch. Visit us at Campagnolo Restaurant (1020 Main St.) on weekends from 11:30am – 2:30pm for brunch. Visit our website for our complete brunch menu.

Market Menus are Back!

Every Wednesday, Chef de Cuisine Adam Vaughan and Executive Chef Ted Anderson shop at the Main St. Station Farmers Market, located just steps from Campagnolo. They find the best seasonal ingredients of the day and create a summer dish available for that night’s dinner service at Campagnolo (1020 Main St.

If you prefer to cook at home… shop the Main St. Market on Wednesday’s, look for the Campagnolo table, pick up some of our house-made pasta and add your fresh market finds.  Check out this delicious recipe inspired by the Main Street Farmer’s Market.

Did You Ask for Fried Chicken?

Well, somebody did and we were listening. Fat Dragon Bar-B-Q introduces Dragon Fried Chicken. This half Polderside Farm’s Chicken is brined in smoked water and double fried, making it extra crispy. Served with our house-made Korean chili barbecue sauce, this spicy bird is available daily on our regular menu, while it lasts.

Quinto Quarto Returns to ROMA May 2

Campagnolo ROMA to serve a family style dinner showcasing the “fifth quarter”

Campagnolo ROMA is hosting their second Quinto Quarto dinner on Wednesday, May 2 at 9pm. Dinner is served alla famiglia, showcasing offal at communal tables. Quinto Quarto refers to the “fifth quarter” of the animal that Roman butchers often kept for themselves. Traditionally, in Rome, cattle was divided into quarters; the first “quarto” was dedicated to be sold to the nobles, the second for the clergy, the third for the middle class and the fourth “quarto” for the soldiers. The poor or lower class could only afford the entrails or fifth “quarto”. Offal, in Roman cooking, is as important as any of the outer quarters, fore and hind. Chef de Cuisine Nathan Lowey is dedicated to keeping this important Roman tradition alive and will be hosting a Quinto Quarto dinner at ROMA a few times throughout the year. The first Quinto Quarto dinner at Campagnolo ROMA sold out quickly, therefore guests are encouraged to buy their tickets well in advance.

Quinto Quarto Dinner Menu 


patè di fegato di maiale – pork liver pate, pane bianco 


pappardelle con ragu di regaglie – slow cooked chicken hearts & duck gizzards 


il zampone – cotechino stuffed trotter, red wine braised lentils 


rapini e ortica saltata – nduja bread crumbs 


treviso con frataglie all’aceto – sweetbread vinaigrette, ramps 


cannoli quinto quarto – candied beef tendon


Date: Wednesday May 2, 2012

Time: 9pm

Price: $49* (includes tax and gratuity) 
Tickets: available online at quintoquartoroma.eventbrite.com 
*an Event Brite Service Charge of $3.93 will be added at the time of purchase
Other: dinner is served alla famiglia at communal tables

About Campagnolo ROMA: Campagnolo Roma serves dishes inspired by Roman Cuisine in the heart of the old Italian district in the East Village. Located at 2297 East Hastings St., Vancouver B.C., Roma is a walk-in only restaurant serving dinner seven days a week from 5pm – 10pm and lunch Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30am – 2:30pm with brunch served on the weekend. For complete menus and more information call 604 569 0456, email info@campagnoloroma.com or visit www.campagnoloroma.com


Campagnolo $28 Feast Van Menu

Help the Vancouver Inner City Back Pack Food Program by filling your belly at ROMA and other participating restaurants during FeastVan, which runs from Jan 20 – Feb 05, 2012.

All you have to do is order our $28 prix fixe menu and we will donate $1 from every prix fixe lunch & dinner sold to the Vancouver Inner City Back Pack Food Program.

Campagnolo $28 Feast Van Menu

marinated gold beets, pistachio, buffalo mozzarella
misticanza salad
seasonal greens, croutons, preserved tomato
spaghetti carbonara
classic style
pizza romana
olives, anchovies, tomato sauce & oregano
carnaroli risotto
scarola, taleggio, hazelnuts
honey panna cotta
local pears, shortbread cookie
cookie plate
selezione della casa

The amazing folks at R&B Brewing are also donating a % of the proceeds from every keg of East Side Bitter sold at participating FeastVan restaurants to the Vancouver Inner City Back Pack Food Program

we are a walk-in only restaurant! 

open for dinner 7 days a week, 5pm – 10pm and lunch wed – sun, 11:30am – 2:30pm

(serving brunch on the weekend)

2297 East Hastings St., Vancouver B.C. www.campagnoloroma.com

for more information about Feast Van visit www.feastvan.com

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