Archive of posts tagged "restaurants"

Dunn’s Famous Poutine Festival

Comments 294 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Dunn’s Famous is currently hosting a poutine promotion, showing off its 6 flavours and poutine styles. From now until March 21, 2012, diners can enjoy any 3 poutines for $9.99 or all 6 selections for $17.99. You can also enjoy a full size poutine Quebecois and draft beer for $9.99 after 10:00pm. Poutine options: Quebecoise […]

Valentine’s Dinner at Tableau Bar Bistro

Comments 88 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching as I hear both grumbles and giggles about the romantic Hallmark holiday. In Vancouver, there are plenty of ways to spark some romance. Long walks on the beach, strolls under the wooded canopy of a local park, spa treatments, and of course a candle-lit dinner. Tableau Bar Bistro, located in […]

Bite of White Rock 2012

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s a gloomy time of year around the Lower Mainland in terms of weather and holiday prospects but thanks to food festivals and events, things are looking up. While Dine Out Vancouver includes restaurants from West Vancouver to Burnaby, the City of White Rock is hosting their 6th annual Bite of White Rock featuring multi-course, […]

Dine Out Vancouver 2012: Sequoia Dine Out Passport

Comments 321 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Dine Out Vancouver reservations have been open for about a week now and the city is hopping with anticipation. This prix-fixe, multi-course, festival of food at over 200 participating restaurants will run from January 20 to February 5, 2012. The Sequoia Company of Restaurants is hosting their own promotion, in tandem with Dine Out Vancouver, […]

Dunn’s Famous Vancouver

Comments 7 by Rebecca Bollwitt
Disclosure: Unpaid, Personal Opinion — I was not paid to write this post and our meal was not complimentary. Lucy generously picked up the bill. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Dunn’s Famous opened their doors in Vancouver last November, serving up their well-known Montreal smoked meat alongside a menu full of rich, gravy-topped, comfort foods. My brother-in-law previously introduced us to Estrella’s in Langley, which was my first taste of a sky-high stacked Montreal smoked meat sandwich. For this reason, I sent my sister and […]