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Italian winemaker Lorenzo Marotti Campi takes guests through a flight of six of his winery’s top bottles—including a hard-to-find white that’s not available in Canada. Appetizers by La Ghianda (little sister to award-winning La Quercia restaurant) accompany each wine.
When: Thursday, June 9th, 7pmWhere: La Ghianda Italian DeliPrice: $30 (cash only)For tickets contact Liberty Wine Merchants’ Point Grey location, 604-224-8050
Chefs from across the country converge on Vancouver this week for the Canadian Culinary Federation Chefs’ Conference. Taste the delicious creations of up-and-coming chefs and their mentors at Sunday’s kick-off event where 19 sampling stations feature dishes like Venison Bresola, Quail stuffed with Fiddleheads, and Mustard Cured Duck Bacon. Don’t forget to stop by the martini booth for a stiff drink.
When: Sunday, June 12th, 5-10:00pmWhere: Renaissance Vancouver Hotel HarboursidePrice: $140For tickets and more information Tastesccfcc.eventbrite.com
The master of sushi brings the city’s best chefs together to present an extravagant evening of food, drinks, and entertainment. Jann Arden and the Canadian Tenors perform during a meal that includes cuisine prepared by the likes of John Bishop, Cioppino’s Pino Posteraro, Thomas Haas, Hotel Georgia’s Ned Bell, and more. All proceeds benefit the Canadian Red Cross’s Japanese earthquake fund.
When: Sunday, June 12th, 6:30-10pmWhere: Tojo’sPrice: $1000For tickets and more information contact Tojo’s, 778 877.2390, firstname.lastname@example.org