September 21 2015
THINGS TO CHECK OUT THIS WEEK IN GASTOWN
Written by Gastown Admin
TOY PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
Ever thought about re-creating your own Toy Story? On Sunday, September 27th, Revolver will be hosting BLVD Blake for a second Toy Photography Class. This one will be focusing on composition and adding FX to photos. An espresso beverage of your choice is included in the ticket price. Find out more, or buy tickets, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROB FORBES BOOK LAUNCH
Join Inform on September 24th at 12pm as they welcome Rob Forbes, founder of DWR and author of the new book See for Yourself.
See for Yourself uncovers the beauty in the commonplace and reveals how visual thinking can enrich our lives. In friendly text complemented by photographs taken on his travels around the world, Forbes explains how to appreciate the design elements that surround us in the built environment. Linking broad concepts such as composition and materiality to quotidian details, Forbes reveals how an appreciation of the hues, patterns, and textures that surround us can enhance a life well lived. RSVP to email@example.com. Space is limited.
Bauhaus Restaurant is collaborating with The Lincoln Motor Company of Canada to offer a special culinary experience on Tuesday, September 22nd. After test-driving the new 2016 Lincoln MKX, guests will receive a complimentary three-course meal created by Michelin Starred Chef, Stefan Hartmann. For reservations or more details, call (604) 974-1147.
INTO THE LIGHT – JENNIFER WALDEN SOLO EXHIBITION
The Inuit Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of works by Jennifer Walden on display from September 25th to October 15th. Jennifer’s distinctive style explores Northern life through people, wildlife and topography. Her contemporary expressionistic paintings are rich in texture and vibrant colour. String and rope are blended with acrylic media to create the deep and dynamic three-dimensional relief that is her signature.
IRISH HEATHER REVIVES LONG TABLE SERIES
While you may be quietly mourning summer’s end, the Irish Heather is returning their beloved Long Table dinner series today (Sept 21) with a revamped menu.
Come together with friends old and new at the 40-foot long communal table to mix, mingle and enjoy classic comfort dishes paired with local craft beers from Russell Brewing. Originally created as an alternative dining experience for folks when the recession was biting hard, the Long Table Series continues to provide a unique experience at a great price. For just $18 per person (plus taxes and gratuities), we’re sure the long table tradition will continue to be a Vancouver favourite.
To view the full menu and for more details, visit the LTS blog. To book a reservation for the Long Table Series, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTTURNO WINE DINNER SERIES RETURNS
Look out for the September edition of Notturno’s wine dinner series. Today (Sept 21), Chef Robitaille will take guests on a culinary journey to Italy, with a special ode to Roman street food. Ben DeChamplain will complete the experience with expertly paired wines. To reserve your spot, call Notturno at 604-720-3145.
ROWAN SKY x STATUS ANXIETY SKY POP-UP
Need a new staple to take you into fall? Rowan Sky is hosting a special pop-up from now until September 27, showcasing the A/W 2015 collection of The Status Anxiety. If you have a penchant for European leathers, pop in and peruse their handcrafted fashion leather bags and accessories.
SALT TASTING ROOM SERVES UP SAN SEBASTIAN EXPERIMENT
Salt Tasting Room has partnered with local specialty food vendor Bosa Foods to serve up San Sebastián-style dining by offering free tapas to hungry guests.
On a recent trip to Spain, Bosa sourced a variety of high-quality, Spanish delicacies new to most Vancouver palettes. With a little help from Bosa, Salt is bringing a taste of this delectable foodie culture to Vancouverites, offering free tapas to patrons of the restaurant – just as they’re offered in tapas bars all over Spain.
Curious foodies who are ready for a taste of San Sebastián can visit Salt Tasting Room, now until October 11, from 3-6pm. Parched patrons can order a tasting flight or glass of wine, beer or sherry, and enjoy complimentary tapas to sample Bosa’s new Spanish product line.
BURO COFFEE OPENS ON WATER STREET
Buro, a new espresso bar has emerged at the gateway of Gastown. Nestled inside the historic Holland Block, the corner cafe takes inspiration from the French word, bureau, providing a chic meeting place to socialize, plan and make things happen. Coffee is made from Kold Electronic Grinders that run on reduced heat, perfect for anyone who likes a hint of floral in their cup. Try their coffee and check out the window view – Buro is open seven days a week at 365 Water Street.
Electric blues and slide guitarist, Jill Newman has been described as a fierce guitarist with a smoking lead solo. The up-and-coming artist brings her own brand of blues therapy to the house with original songs from her newest CD, Lovestruck Blues. Catch her live at Guilt & Co. on Sunday, September 27th, 9pm.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
TBA at Guilt & Company
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Steve Kozak Blues Trio at Revel Room
Live Music Night at The Irish Heather
Tim Sars Trio at Guilt & Company
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23
The Revel Review at Revel Room
Jen Hodge All Stars at Guilt & Company
Julio Bashmore at M.I.A.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Mike Van Eyes at Revel Room
Live Music Night at The Irish Heather
DJ Steel at The Blarney Stone
Ground Up ft.. Max Zipursky & Friends at Guilt & Company
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25
The Sheets at The Blarney Stone
LeftCoast at Guilt & Company
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26
The Compilation at The Blarney Stone
#ThisIsNotABand at Guilt & Company
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
The Do-Rites at Revel Room
Live Jazz at Pourhouse
Jill Newman at Guilt & Company