CinCin Ristorante + Bar

October 4, 2008.

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DETAILS

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1154 Robson Street | Vancouver, BC | V6E 1B5 | MAP
Voice: 604-688-7338
Web: cincin.net
Email: info@cincin.net

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Hours

Ristorante: 4:30pm-11pm
Bar: Nightly from 4:30pm – midnight

Our Team

Andrew Richardson, Executive Chef
Lewis Birch, Pastry Chef
Richard Luxton, Restaurant Director
Elle Boutilier, Restaurant Manager
Shane Taylor, Wine Director
Jamie Lauder, Assistant Wine Director
David Wolowidnyk, Bar Manager

About CinCin Ristorante

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A winding stone staircase leads upward from bustling Robson Street to this celebrated Vancouver dining room, recognized for its contemporary, Italian inspired menu and award-winning wine cellar. The elegant marble bar is a central feature, accented by stone walls hung with original artworks, and punctuated with tall arched windows that open onto a secluded terrace. Housed in the private dining room, part of CinCin’s value-driven wine collection is on display: deep and global with rare vintages, boutique finds, and an extensive half-bottle selection.

An ingredient-driven, seasonal focus sets the tone for CinCin’s menu, with distinctive dishes embracing the traditions of Italy.

Restaurant Director Richard Luxton and his service team choreograph unrivalled dining experiences, committed to their exemplary wine program and his own industry-leading service standards.

Accolades

Wine List Award, Gold
Recognized for ‘Greatest Gains’
Vancouver International Wine Festival, 2015

Best Upscale Italian, Bronze
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2014-2015

Wine List Award, Silver
Vancouver International Wine Festival, 2014

‘Best of’ Award of Excellence
Wine Spectator, 2013-2014

Best Upscale Italian, Silver
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2012-2013

Premier Crew Service Award, Jamie Lauder
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2013

Certificate of Excellence
Trip Advisor, 2013

Achievement of Distinction in Dining
DiRoNA, 2013

World’s Most Imaginative Bartender, David Wolowidnyk
BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® World’s Most Imaginative Bartender Competition, Morocco, 2012

Best Formal Italian, Silver
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2006-2007, 2011

Best Last Course, Gold
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2010

Best Italian Fine Dining, Silver
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2005

Best Last Course
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2004

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