Copper River sockeye salmon; photo by John Sherlock

For the past quarter century, CinCin Ristorante’s elegant terrace – perched high above Vancouver’s animated Robson Street – has played host to many an al fresco dinner party. It was a much-admired warm weather oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle found just below.

Following an extensive remodeling, the terrace has been fully enclosed with a retractable Corradi awning system imported from Italy plus 6,000-watt infrared heaters from California-based manufacturer Infatech, resulting in a cozy, year-round convertible space that’s already become popular amongst CinCin diners.

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And speaking of dining, Vancouver Dine Out Festival is just around the corner and CinCin’s Executive Chef Andrew Richardson has created a $40 prix-fixe menu to satiate seafood, pasta and meat lovers alike.

With drop down shades and gables, an anti-drip gutter system and clear vinyl fabric windows, the new terrace at CinCin is completely weatherproof. And when the weather warms, the motorized retraction system lets the sun shine in.

According to Richard Luxton, CinCin Ristorante Restaurant Director, “The new enclosed terrace is also a great space for private cocktail party and dinner events too, and is already booking up through the upcoming convention season.”

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The new terrace comes on the heels of CinCin’s installation of its Grillworks Infierno wood-burning grill and rotisserie. Visit CinCin online to book reservations, private parties or events.

Interior photos by Steve Li. Copper River sockeye salmon photo by John Sherlock.

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