Bacio Rosso place setting

If you’re looking for a unique, immersive and gastronomic night out in Vancouver, check out Bacio Rosso: a fusion of cirque, comedy and cuisine.

facade Magic Cristal Bacio Rosso

The Bacio Rosso tent has been pitched in Queen Elizabeth Park and this is by no means an ordinary venue. Imagine an antique Belgian Spiegeltent with a plush red velvet interior and over 2,000 bevelled mirrors!

Bacio Rosso menu

Inside this tent is a full-service bar, multiples stages and seating to accommodate 325 guests. Award-winning Chef Adam Pegg of Vancouver’s beloved La Quercia has prepared a gourmet four-course menu to delight the tastebuds.

Melanzana alla Parmigiana
[Melanzana alla Parmigiana]

Pollo in Umido
[Pollo in Umido]

I had the chance to sample the very menu last week at the restaurant as live musicians entertained our group.

Magician Shawn Farquhar
[Magician Shawn Farquhar]

In between sips of wine, craft beer and yummy bites, master magician Shawn Farquhar blew our minds with jaw-dropping magic stunts.

Irina Pitsur
[Irina Pitsur]

Bacio Rosso’s Vancouver premiere will feature exceptional talent from around the globe including magicians, jugglers, trapeze artists, contortionists, clowns, singers and comedians, creating an evening to remember.

Tent interior

Performances will be held Wednesdays through Sundays in Queen Elizabeth Park from November 1 to New Year’s Eve.

Rosticciata di Manzo
[Rosticciata di Manzo]

Tickets start at $109 and dietary preferences will be noted at the time of booking. Visit Bacio Rosso online for details and tickets.

Crema di Limone
[Crema di Limone]

Thinking ahead to the holidays, the Bacio Rosso experience can be tailored to suit parties from small groups to full-tent buyouts.

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