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Bells and Whistles is set to host a movie series every Sunday this November. Enjoy late happy hour specials ($7 chilli cheese dogs or glasses of Bench 1775 Pinot Gris), while watching classic films like Airplane! (November 3), Pineapple Express (November 10), Men in Black (November 17), and The Princess Bride (November 24).
When: November 3, 10, 17, & 24Where: 3296 Fraser St.Price: Entry is free
For three days in November AnnaLena is serving their five-course Fall Harvest menu from their award-winning culinary team. Moon Curser Vineyards (named the number one preforming small winery at the 2019 WineAlign National Wine Awards) will be providing off-the-beaten path wines for this series.
When: October 28 to November 3Where: 1809 W 1st Ave.Price: $59
Ancora Waterfront Dining and Patio is hosting the fifth annual Caviar festival at its False Creek and Ambleside locations. Executive Chef Ricardo Valverde has prepared a Caviar Festival Menu that will feature six inspired caviar-forward creations.
When: November 1-30Where: False Creek (1600 Howe Street) and Ambleside (1351 Bellevue Ave)Price: $69 per person
Chef’s Table Society of BC and the Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Association are inviting everyone to Heritage Hall for Swine Out Vancouver. Prepare to indulge in a selection of craft beer from the Mount Pleasant’s Brewery Creek district and artisan charcuterie at this inaugural event.
When: November 5Where: Heritage Hall, 3102 Main StreetPrice: $59 per person
In this month-long initiative, nine Railtown restaurants and cafes are coming together to offer a limited-time-only feature. Guests can enjoy a diverse range of meals from participating restaurants like Ask For Luigi, The Belgard Kitchen and The Mackenzie Room. All proceeds will be donated to the Lookout Housing and Health Society.
When: November 1 to 30Where: At participating restaurants throughout Railtown
Juke Fried Chicken is serving some chicken and ribs during their monthly hip hop trivia challenge. It’s a six round trivia event and teams up to six are welcome. Email (email@example.com), or direct message their Instagram (@jukefriedchicken) to guarantee a spot.
When: November 19 at 7 p.m.Where: 182 Keefer St.
Tacofino is collaborating with Strathcona Brewing Company to create a new ‘Dark Lager’ beer. The Dark Lager will be unveiled at Tacofino’s Strathcona location on November 1, while the official launch party is on the following night at the Gastown location.
When: November 8 and 9Where: November 8 at Strathcona Brewing (895 E Hastings Street, November 9 at Gastown Taco Bar (15 W Cordova Street)
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar is set to host a La Paulée’-styled wine dinner on November 24.
When: November 24, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.Where: 845 Burrard StreetPrice: $125 per person
Acclaimed New York restaurant and bar, Dante NYC, (named “2019 World’s Best Bar” by Tales of the Cocktail) will be doing a pop-up at Homer St. Cafe. Guests should expect the best of Dante’s Negroni and Spritz menu, as well as a selection of modern Italian cuisine.
When: November 1 to 5, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.Where: 898 Homer Street