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Prepare to be stuffed and buzzed at these local functions.
When: July 7, 14, 21 and 28Where: 845 Burrard St.Price: $68 plus tax
Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar is hosting its annual alfresco Sunday Seafood Boil Series on select dates this July. Guests can expect a seafood feast featuring fresh lobster, jumbo prawns and Dungeness crab.
When: July 6, from 2:30 to 5 p.m.Where: 5180 Westwater Dr., Richmond Price: $55
Seine Net Loft at Britannia Shipyards is set to host the second annual Ciders and Sours Festival on July 6. Expect an estimated 35 booths with craft ciders and sour beers at this historic Richmond venue.
When: July 4, from 6 to 9 p.mWhere: 413 Industrial Ave.Price: $29
Tacofino and Beta5 are collaborating for a special event at the latter’s East Van shop. All guests will receive a Tacofino taco, beer from Strange Fellows Brewing and a lime-mint sundae.
When: July 4 at 6:30 p.m.Where: 600 Hamilton St.Price: $19 to $35
For just one night, the Vancouver Playhouse is hosting an Argentinian- and Spanish-themed evening filled with live performances (tango and flamenco dances) and wine.
When: July 7, 14, 21 and 28Where: 3296 Fraser St.Price: Entry is free
Fraserhood hotspot Bells and Whistles is hosting a movie series every Sunday this July. Enjoy happy hour specials ($7 chili cheese dogs and Negronis), while watching classic films like Talladega Nights (July 7), Three Ninjas (July 14), Days of Thunder (July 14) and Beverly Hills Cop (July 28).
When: July 5Where: 3296 Fraser St.Price: Entry is free
This July, Bells and Whistles is putting on its fifth annual Farmhouse Saison and Wild Ale Fest. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy farmhouse-style beer from purveyors located in Oregon and all over Canada (Halifax, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta).
When: July 14, from 3 to 9 p.m. Where: 4194 Fraser St.Price: Entry is free
Enjoy a lively backyard BBQ at Ubuntu Canteen packed with cocktails, local craft beer and wine.
When: July 6Where: 182 Keefer St. and 1074 Davie St.Price: Entry is free
Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day at Juke’s original Chinatown and Little Juke locations. All day long, Juke will be offering its signature barbecue-filled Fried Chicken Sammies at half price ($3.25).
When: July 27 at 10 a.m.Where: 200 Esplanade West, North VancouverPrice: Entry is free
Stroll Waterfront Park while enjoying Caribbean eats, performances and reggae, calypso, and Latin beats.