On Friday night August 27th, I attended the opening party for 100 Days at the Opus Hotel in Yaletown.
Guests were treated to tasty cocktails, wine and tantalizing appetizers and dessert bites throughout the night.
This is Vancouver’s newest pop-up restaurant that will serve diners for 100 days. The talented chefs at One Hundred Days will dish up a tantalizing menu of urban diner meets Mediterranean cuisine, all inspired by the art surrounding them.
Graffiti artist Vince Dumoulin has transformed the room both inside and outside into a fun and colourful restaurant that exudes high energy and creativity. I caught him on camera as he was putting the finishing Graffiti touches on the outside of the restaurant as the party was underway.
I loved the menu on the large blackboards throughout the restaurant, the Graffiti bar, the DJ spinning and most of all the room on the corner of Hamilton & Davie with the large windows. One Hundred Days promises to be high energy and the most unexpected and thrilling dining experience to be found in Vancouver. After 100 days the restaurant will again be transformed into a new and exciting concept restaurant to open in early 2011.
Go for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night, the restaurant is located inside the Opus Hotel at 322 Davie Street in Yaletown.
By: Richard Wolak