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EAT! Vancouver, one of Canada’s largest and most anticipated culinary festivals, returns to the city for its 18th edition from November 4 to 9. Food lovers will enjoy signature events such as EAT! Harvest, the EAT! Dinner Series, EAT! Pastry Day and EAT! Expert Classes.

EAT! Harvest

EAT! Harvest | November 8, 7 pm, The Vancouver Club

Dine on food from award-winning guest chefs including Cathy Whims (Nostrana), Christine Sandford (Biera Restaurant), Jonathan Gushue (Fogo Island Inn), Craig Harding (La Palma) and Carl Heinrich (Richmond Station), together with local culinary stars Pino Posteraro (Cioppino’s), Brian Luptak (The Acorn), Robert Belcham (Campagnolo) and Ian McHale (Wildebeest). They’ll all be on hand to create an unparalleled menu highlighting an array of cultures and flavours.

EAT! Pastry Day

EAT! Pastry Day | November 9, noon, The Vancouver Club

Enjoy an exclusive demonstration of three recipes from Vancouver’s premier pastry chef Thomas Haas. Attendees may also attend the Expert Tasting Panel with signature dessert samples from Chef Haas, Christophe Bonzon, Greg Hook and Adam Chandler. The day will conclude with the Grand Tasting Event featuring the elite of the dessert scene.

EAT! Dinner Series

The EAT! Dinner Series | November 6 and 7

Five restaurants – The Acorn, The Vancouver Club, Wildebeest, Cioppinos and Campagnolo – will each host an award-winning chef from both Eastern Canada and the Pacific Northwest for elevated culinary experiences.

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EAT! Expert Classes | November 4

Three amazing classes on offer: Educational Pizza Making at Nicli Antica Pizzeria, The Basics of Charcuterie at Campagnolo (featuring guest chef Dave Mottershall) and Grilling Peruvian Street Food with Shelome Bouvette at Chicha.

Net proceeds from ticket sales will benefit BC Cancer Foundation. Visit EAT! Vancouver online for tickets and more info.

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