Bitter Gourd with Sweet Organic Squash Sabji - Atithi Indian restaurant

Tasting Plates Vancouver is back, this time taking to the streets of Kitsilano. Get ready to enjoy some of the newest and tastiest offerings in this vibrant neighbourhood on Wednesday, September 12 as Vancouver Foodster, Vancouver’s essential online food and drink guide, presents “Tasting Plates Vancouver” Kitsilano Edition.
Each restaurant will offer a tasting plate, showcasing their restaurant while promoting the food and chefs.

“When I first started Vancouver Foodster over three years ago, it was because I had a great passion for food and wanted to share it with the public,” explains Richard Wolak, Editor and Publisher of Vancouver Foodster. ‘Tasting Plates Vancouver’ is a chance for people to try something different, foods from restaurants, food trucks, cafés and bakeries in Vancouver!”

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Pizza
[Rocky Mountain Flatbread Pizza]

The evening event is billed as is a roving tour that brings guests to participating restaurants, cafés, and bakeries around Kitsilano, including Burrard Street, West 4th Avenue, and the Arbutus and Broadway corridors.

Walk, bike, transit, drive or carpool to the following participating restaurants:

Atithi Indian Cuisine 
The Bibo
Pete’s Meat
Gramercy Grill
Rocky Mountain Flatbread
Thai House
Chocolate Arts Café
Establishment Lounge
More restaurants to be added closer to event date

Beverages are included at some restaurants to be noted on the Tasting Plate Card given at registration. Wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails will be available at each of the participating restaurants.

Tasting Plates Vancouver Kitsilano Edition

Date: September 12, 6 to 9 pm
Venue: Chocolate Arts, 1620 West 3rd Avenue (rear parking lot) – Registration and starting point
Tickets: $30 before September 7; $40 after (not including Eventbrite fee)
$100 for a 4-pak of tickets or $125 for a 6-pak of tickets before September 7 (not including Eventbrite fee)

All ticket sales are final and must be purchased in advance; no exchanges or refunds. Tickets are transferrable with printed proof of purchase. A $3 donation from each ticket sale will support Farm Folk/City Folk.

Tasting Plates Vancouver is produced by CMI Chat Media Inc.

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