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Archive for February, 2007
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From the Glowbal Grill Press Release:
Going Global at glowbal grill & satay bar
Have a Guten Tag With Hearty German Fare at glowbal March 8 - 14
Vancouver, BC: Delight in winter’s end with a rib-sticking meal of German comfort food when glowbal grill & satay bar heads to Central Europe this month. “Southern B.C. and Germany actually share the same circle of latitude, so we have a similar climate. It makes sense that traditional German dishes are perfect for shaking off a late-winter chill,” says John Crook, Executive Sous Chef. Diners can start with a warming Organic Lentil Soup or a Truffled Hasenpfeffer Stew, then move on to mains that include Veal Schnitzel, Choucroute Garnie or a hearty platter for two of delicious meats and cheeses. Complemented by beer and wine pairings and with a sweet finish of Classic Blackforest Cake, it’s a meal that will leave glowbal guests feeling perfectly prepared to handle these last days of winter. Appetizers
~ Organic Lentil Soup $8
crispy frankfurter sausage
Delicious with Heineken Beer - Holland - $5.50
~ Truffled Hasenpfeffer Stew $15
braised wild rabbit, roasted winter vegetables
Well paired with Concha y Toro “Trio” Merlot Carmenere Cabernet - Chile - $9.50 per glass
~ Hazelnut & Pink Peppercorn Crusted Veal Schnitzel $24
grainy mustard spaetzle, braised cabbage, pinot noir jus
Perfect with Grant Burge Shiraz - Australia - $10.75 per glass
~ Choucroute Garnie $23
Selection of smoked, cured and fresh pork, sauerkraut de maison
Matched with Dona Paula ‘Los Cardos’ Malbec - Argentina - $9.75 per glass
~ glowbal Platter for Two $79
dijon crusted venison rack, selection of cured meats (wild boar & deer sausage, beer sausage) German cheeses, choucroute garnie warm potato salad
A rich pairing with J. Lohr ‘Seven Oaks’ Cabernet - California - $12.75 per glass
~ Classic Blackforest Cake $8
vanilla whip, sour cherry reduction
A sweet finish with Elysium Black Muscat - California - $7.75 per glass
Located at 1079 Mainland Street in Yaletown, Vancouver’s hot Mecca for food and fashion, glowbal grill & satay bar’s 100-seat room boasts sleek decor and an electric atmosphere. A 40-foot long bar, illuminated cubes and open kitchen and satay bar invite guests into a buzz of energy.
Call 604.602.0835 for reservations.
From the COAST Restaurant Press Release:
Land and Sea Share the Spotlight at COAST Restaurant from March 12 - 25
Vancouver, BC: If you’re one who wavers over a meal from the briny deep, or one from field and farm, you’ll find perfect contentment when COAST Restaurant dishes up Surf ‘n Turf. “We love treating our guests to fresh, spectacular fish and shellfish from around the world, and we’re excited to show how it can pair seamlessly with robust meaty flavours,” says COAST Restaurant Chef Jeremy Atkins.
Rather than the classic ’60s combination of steak and lobster, Atkins puts a new spin on things by partnering the sweet crustacean with Australian Beef Short Ribs. Diners can also choose a main of local BC elk served with luscious Dungeness Crab Hollandaise. Matched with COAST’s suggested wine pairings, this is one Surf ‘n Turf diners won’t soon forget.
~ Baja Scallops Wrapped in Fraser Valley Smoked Bacon $14
balsamic braised asparagus, tomato chutney
~ Tartar Duo $14
Hawaiian Ahi Tuna with Bell Peppers
native bison, shallots, gherkin pickles, pomme frites
An elegant match with Blue Mountain Pinot Noir, 2004, Okanagan Valley, BC $11.50 per glass
~ Poached 1/2 Atlantic Lobster & Slow Braised Australian Beef Short Ribs $36
house-made pappardelle pasta
Perfectly paired with the luscious J. Lohr ‘Riverstone’ Chardonnay, 2004, California $12.75 per glass
~ Local BC Elk with Dungeness Crab Hollandaise $32
yam fondant, potatoes, red wine reduction
Delicious with Cedar Creek Estate Series Merlot, 2004, Okanagan Valley, BC $11.25 per glass
~ Warm Chocolate Walnut Cake $8
milk chocolate mousse, espresso creme anglaise
Lightly complemented by Warre’s Otima 10-Year Tawny Port, Portugal $7.25 per glass
COAST Restaurant is located at 1257 Hamilton Street in Yaletown. Please call 604.685.5010 for reservations.
The Four Seasons Vancouver is promoting their drive away package: From the Press Release:
The Drive Away package is an incredible opportunity to explore one of the most beautiful cities in the world and its surrounding area. Available weekends and selected holidays, this special invitation includes Four Seasons’ signature luxury and hospitality, plus parking for one vehicle per room per day and starts at just $215 CDN per night.
Also the Four Season’s Whistler is promoting their City Lights Mountain Heights package: From the Press Release:
The City Lights-Mountain Heights package starts at $250 CDN (Vancouver)/ $535 CDN (Whistler) and is subject to availability based upon a minimum two night stay, single or double occupancy. The package includes a $100 CDN food and beverage/spa credit, per room for a future booking at the partner hotel or resort (i.e. stay at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, receive a $100 CDN credit at Four Seasons Resort Whistler or vice versa). Certificate has no cash value and is non-transferable.
For more information please go to www.fourseasons.com.
Have you ever wondered if drinking wine is healthy? If you have then you will love our new article by Daenna Van Mulligen aka The Wine Diva. To read the article please click on the following link below.
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Winterruption is happening this weekend at Granville Island. One of the special events is Ocean Commotion. From the press release:
Vancouver, BC: Form and function meet in a kinetic sculpture titled Ocean Commotion, to be unveiled this Saturday, February 24 during Granville Island’s annual winter festival, Winterruption. Created by Cheryl Hamilton and Mike Vandermeer, owners of Granville Island art studio ie creative, Ocean Commotion visually incorporates the raw materials used in concrete. Cement, water, sand and gravel are each represented by coloured balls rolling through the sculpture’s 300 feet of metal track. Other materials used in its construction include 260 feet of electrical wire, 10 electronic switches, six motors, 110 feet of mechanical chain and 20 custom cast snooker balls. Ocean Commotion took 3,000 hours to complete.
This unique collaboration of art and industry could only be brought together on Granville Island. It was commissioned by Ocean Construction Supplies, one of the original tenants of Granville Island. With a history dating back to 1917, the company has evolved into a modern, ecologically responsible concrete production plant that produces enough concrete per week to build a 10-storey building. The unveiling of Ocean Commotion will take place in front of Ocean Construction Supplies, 1415 Johnston Street, Granville Island at 11 am on Saturday, February 24. The permanent sculpture will be on public display for visitors to enjoy for years to come.
Winterruption, a uniquely Vancouver winter festival, interrupts your winter blahs with music, theatre, film, literary, culinary and visual arts, Feb. 23 - 25, on Granville Island.
For more information about Granville Island events, visit www.granvilleisland.com.