Gastown Brunch Crawl on January 16

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Dine Out Van Fest does brunch! Presented by Vancouver Foodster, this expanded event from 2015 is sure to please anyone who loves brunch.

Visit 7+ restaurants throughout the Gastown neighbourhood as you taste all sorts of dishes in this Brunch crawl using your “passport” as your guide.

Enjoy the variety of dishes and beverages that may include juices, smoothies and coffees, to eggs benny, pancakes, French toast, omelettes, brunch pizza, hash browns, meats, seafood, baked goods, desserts and so much more.

Time: 10am – 2pm

Participants include some of Gastown’s finest restaurants including:

Prado Cafe

100 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.pradocafe.com/

Twitter: @PradoCafe

Cuisine: Café & dessert

At Prado Café we’re about two simple things: crafting the perfect brew and creating a great atmosphere. We feature a constant rotation of specialty locally roasted 49th Parallel beans and quality baked goods, sandwiches, light snacks and sweets.

 

bao down

12 Powell Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.baodown.ca/

Twitter: @baodowngastown

Cuisine: Asian fusion eatery

 

 

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The Capilano

221 Abbott Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.thecapilano.com/

Twitter: @CapilanoTea

Cuisine: Tea house

The Capilano Tea House and Botanical Soda Company is Indigenous-owned and plant-inspired. We infuse the traditional local with the traditional global for a very Vancouver offering.

Simultaneously fresh and ancient, our teas pair local foods like Juniper Berries and Nettles with global favourites including Rooibos and Green teas.  Our delicious small-batch sodas mix florals with fruits: imagine lavender with ginger and rose petals with lemon for starters.

The Capilano is owned and operated by Michelle and Paisley Nahanee, a mother-daughter family from the Squamish Nation. We work with Chief Janice George to design and share foods inspired by the spirit of this land.

 

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Smallflower Cafe & Bakeshop

47 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.thesmallflower.com/ 

Twitter: @smallflowercafe

Cuisine: gluten free cafe and bakeshop

The Smallflower Café & Bakeshop is a new 100% gluten free bakery, lunch spot and retail shop at 47 West Hastings Street. We offer fresh gluten free baked goods daily ranging bread and buns to sweets such as cupcakes, cinnamon buns, pies and cake. For lunch we serve affordable gluten free sandwiches, soups and salads with plenty of vegan options. Our grocery section is 100% vegan and gluten free and stocks both basics like pasta and vegan cheese as well as snacks, chocolates and candy.

 

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ZeroZero Pizzeria

415 Abbott Street, Vancouver

Web: http://www.pizzeria00.ca/

Twitter @zero_zero_pizza

Cuisine: Italian pizzeria

ZeroZero is an authentic Roman style Pizzeria located in central Gastown, Vancouver. We offer a wide selection of healthy pizzas made fresh to order, by the slice or pie. ZeroZero prides itself in creating the perfect crust that is both crunchy and bubbly, set to rest for 72 hours until the dough has risen to perfection. Using gourmet ingredients such as buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto and eggplant marmellata to create decadent and mouth-watering pizzas, ZeroZero is the perfect place to come for lunch or dinner if you want to enjoy a traditional taste of Rome right here in Vancouver.

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Rodney’s Oyster House Gastown

52 Powell Street

Web: http://rohvan.com/

Twitter: @rodneysvancity

Cuisine: seafood

Rodney’s Oyster House is known for our fresh oysters.  We are the best purveyor of oysters in the city. Our Shuckers have been trained by some of the best in the country.  We have a small but perfectly executed menu with some of the freshest seafood in the city.  With fresh oysters shucked right in front of you, clam chowders and steamed mussels cooked on our authentic steamer kettles, great maritime hospitality, what more do you want?  We also can accommodate large parties in our “Ships Hold” room.

The Birds & The Beets

55 Powell Street

Web: http://www.birdsandbeets.ca/

Twitter: @birdsandbeets

Cuisine: Cafe

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Twitter: @eatgrain

 

Purchase tickets here

Tickets:

General Admission: $60*
Early Purchase Discount: Save $15 before December 31st, 2015
3-Crawl Ticket Pack: Choose any 3 crawls for $115

* Tax, gratuities and ticketing fees not included

Registration: Prado Cafe  -this is where you will show us your tickets and will pick up your Dining Passport Map Cards and Menu.

  • Vegetarian options will be available at many of the participating restaurants.
  • Bring along a friend or two, your significant other, your family or come solo.
  • A food mingling brunch event connecting Vancouver’s vibrant food community.

Visit each of the participating restaurants at your leisure by bike, moped, car, or walking.

Ticket price includes tasting plates and/or cups at each of the participating restaurants throughout the event (Beverages are included at some restaurants which will be noted, you are welcome to purchase wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails at each of the participating restaurants).

This event takes place during the Dine Out Festival 2016 join us for our other 5 neighborhood brunch crawls including Olympic Village, Downtown Vancouver, North Vancouver, Yaletown and Main Street, presented by Tourism Vancouver.