Our Art, Eat and Sip Granville Island event as part of the Dine Out Vancouver Festival was a great success the other night where guests had a chance to explore Granville Island and enjoy many different types of food, drink and art experiences.
At the Preservatory Toast Bar they served Ricotta Crostini with whipped lemon ricotta & Raspberry Merlot & Peppercorn preserves with Vistadoro Walnut Wine.
At Artisan Sake Maker they offered pairings of
Osake Junmai Nama w/ @dussas.Granville Olive
Osake Junmai Nama Genshu w/ @oyamasausage
Osake Junmai Nama Nigori w/ @bentonscheese
At Off The Tracks Bistro brewed a Hazelnut and ashwaganda infused coffee with coconut whip and Chocolate pretzel macchiato alongside a Level-up Grilled Cheese w/or wo prosciutto on house made rosemary and roasted garlic artisan bread.
At Granville Island Brewing featured a Crispy fried chicken slider, paired with their Kitsilano Juicy Hazy #IPA and Hype Chocolate Co featured a collaboration creating a Winter Ale float by combining the beer with vanilla ice cream and a winter ale chocolate bar.
We also featured some of the island’s artists and the works of painter Amy Stewart Art, photos by Shira Gold Photography and Banquet Workshop paper and print atelier where they featured canelés from La Bise Bakery.
Over at Bon Macaron Patisserie they featured a hands-on demonstration of their macarons featuring tastes of the Beetroot, goat cheese and honey Macaron and the Pear and black currant Macaron.
At Kasama Chocolate they offered a delicious drinking chocolate along with samples of three 70% dark chocolate from Philippines, Papua New Guinea and Ecuador.
Next door, featured a collaboration of artist Peter at New Leaf Editions and Hype Chocolate Co combined the printmakers work with the dessert. A New Leaf print on #HypeChocolate edible wafer paper with a Belgium Chocolate Mousse and cookie crumble.
It was a wonderful night showcasing some of the best in food, drink and art on Granville Island.
By: Richard Wolak