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Dine Out Pop-up

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Event Info

Back by popular demand, Vancouver Aquarium’s Pop-Up Café returns for a second year during Dine Out Vancouver.

Guests will delight in renowned Ocean Wise executive chef Ned Bell’s three-course menu featuring dishes from his inaugural cookbook Lure and showcasing the best in sustainable, locally-sourced ingredients. Wine pairings and upgrade courses will also be available.

Dinner seating will be available at 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Guests will be able to explore Aquarium’s galleries after the early seating or before the late seating making this a truly unique experience.  Dine Out Vancouver may also serve as the last chance for some guests to get hands on with the cownose and southern stingrays in the Discover Rays exhibit, which closed early-Spring 2018.

MENU

Small Plates:

Torched Albacore Tuna Tataki Salad
Honey, lemon, sesame & radishes
or/
Fanny Bay Clam Chowder
Chilliwack Corn foam, maple brown butter

Large Plates:

Icy Waters Arctic Char
Laird Lentils, Parsnips 2 Ways, Vanilla, Hazelnuts
or/
Organic Chinook Salmon
Cauliflower, Cashews, Cranberries, Black Pepper Vinaigrette
or/
Rossdown Farms Chicken
Celery Root, Caramelized Cabbage, Watercress, BC Birch Syrup Dressing

Sweets:

Sea 'Weed' Brownies 
Kelp, Almond Praline
or/
Roasted Apple Tart
Whipped Cream, Caramel

*Includes three-course dinner, tax, and gratuity and Discover Rays touch pool experience. Beverages not included.

Exchanging a seating to a different date may be accommodated, when available. No cancellations. No children's menu available. Vegetarian option will be available.

Date

January 19 to February 4

Location
Vancouver Aquarium

Time

6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
1.5 Hour Seating

price

General Admission: $62.35 (inclusive of all taxes and service charges)

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