A Greener Dine-Out Vancouver

January 21, 2009 at 10:50 pm Leave a comment

fork-knifeBack in the days when my husband and I had more free time, we used to take in one of Vancouver’s most awaited culinary affair. Now with 3 kids, unfortunately, finding some alone time for a date night every so often involves a lot of forethought and schedule juggling. So we’re not sure if we’ll be able to partake in this year’s Dine Out Vancouver before the February 1st deadline.

But for those who are able to, it’s a great opportunity to enjoy some fine dining at relatively reasonable prices. And better yet, I just found out that some of the participating places are part of Green Table, a network of restaurants and food services committed to sustainability and the earth. Here are the restaurants that are both part of Dine Out and also the Green Table: Bistro Pastis, C Restaurant, Elixir, Goldfish Pacific Kitchen, Hamilton Street Grill, O’Doul’s, Nu, Ouisi, Raincity Grill, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co., Salt Tasting Room, West, Wild Rice, and Zin.

So if you haven’t made your reservations yet, and are planning to “dine out”, consider those restaurants that are part of this Green Table network. Or if you can’t make it for this year’s Dine Out, keep the list of Green Table restaurants in mind the next time you plan to eat out, there’s over 30 places to tempt your taste buds.

Bon Appétit! If you have a chance, tell us about your experience.

≡mar

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