Culture

October 1 2018

This Week In Gastown

 

Viper Central
Guilt & Co

MONDAY, OCTOBER 1
Doors 7pm/Show 9:30pm
Pay-What-You-Can

Viper Central displays virtuosic chops on fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo and dobro, ripping through classic and original bluegrass pieces at barn-burning tempos. But perhaps the thing that makes this band the most unique and exciting is how far they’re able to wander from their home as a bluegrass band, turning the genre on its ear, while remaining true to their roots as such.
Latin Night with DJ Wellz
The Cambie

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
10 PM

DJ Wellz is spinning all the latest and classic Latin tunes from 10pm.Bourbon & Bingo Wednesdays
Lamplighter Pub

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3
8 PM

Hosted by Danny Mac.

Every Wednesday at 8PM.

Reserve your spot here.

Masters of West Coast Modernism
Inform Interiors

Thursday October 4th
5pm to 7pm

Join us on October 4th from 5pm to 7pm in our 50 Water Street showroom, as we host the West Coast Modern League, to celebrate the creative contributions of Bruno Freschi, Don Vaughan, Paul Merrick, Peter Cardew, Richard Henriquez, and their pivotal roles in the shaping and evolution of the west coast design ethos.

This is the second instalment of the Masters of West Coast Modernism, this series aims to reflect on the creative contributions to our built environment of West Coast Modern Masters, and to offer insight into influences of personal and continued significance to their careers, design philosophies, and creative processes.

Please RSVP here if you would like to attend.

TUC CRAFT KITCHEN MARKS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW FALL MENU THAT INCLUDES ‘GREATEST-HITS’ DISHES FROM YEARS PAST

Tuc Craft Kitchen will dig deep into its culinary catalogue and bring back a number of past comfort-food favourites to celebrate its fifth anniversary when Executive Chef Roy Flemming debuts a new fall menu on Thursday, October 4.

The lineup of rustic fare on offer at the Gastown destination includes such newly introduced dishes as: acorn & pomegranate salad (acorn squash, pear, cucumber, roquette, ginger & pomegranate dressing); beer & cheddar soup (IPA, gala apple, cheddar, apple cider, oat crumble); beluga lentil falafel (cauliflower purée, pickled beets) and fish stew (Lois Lake steelhead trout, ahi tuna, white wine, chorizo, corn, mint).

While a number of Tuc’s most popular menu items will remain — among them, the crispy bacon and egg, which has been ordered more than 52,000 times and counting since the restaurant opened its doors in 2013 — Flemming is also reviving several ‘greatest-hits’ dishes from years past. Returning dishes will be offered with optional wine pairings from Tuc Co-Owner and Sommelier Colin Ross.

Duelling Pianos
Revel Room

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4
8 PM

Duelling Pianos with Mike Van Eyes &  Doug Ross
8 till late.

ALEXANDER KEITH’S BIRTHDAY PARTY
THE PORTSIDE PUB

Friday October 5
5-8pm

Celebrate Keith’s Birthday with your friends on The Portside!

Live East Coast Music by The Mike Cody Band

FREE LOBSTER with any food purchase

FREE Keith’s swag (while supplies last)

$5 Keith’s all night

Book a table under the bookings tab herethe-sheets-blarney-stone-gastownThe Sheets
The Blarney Stone

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5
10 PM

The Sheets are a young, energetic five-piece cover band, who have called the Blarney Stone stage their home for the past four years. Coming from different parts of the globe and from a variety of musical backgrounds, each member brings something different to the table. The end result is a unique sound — a fresh spin on an impressive repertoire of crowd favourites. From Celtic to pop, reggae to rock, and everything in between, the Sheets have something for everybody
Libraszn Long Weekend
MIA

Sunday October  7
10pm

LIBRASZN – A long-weekend party featuring your fav top 40 & edm selections next Sun, Oct. 07th w/ our fav hello kitties – Doors 10pm

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RICHIE RICH

Free w/ RSVP: bit.ly/LIBRASZN-MIA

Reserve VIP table service packages at info@areyoumia.com or text our VIP Host Chris at 778-928-4867

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