YEW seafood

October 5, 2008.

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YEW seafood + bar is located in the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
791 West Georgia Street | Vancouver, BC | V6C 2T4
Phone: 604-692-4939 for reservations or use Open Table
Web: www.yewseafood.com | Instagram | Twitter

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General Manager, Marc Hofbauer
Emily Walker, Wine Director
Steven Lane, Sommelier
Alissa Horn, Sales Manager
Ned Bell, Executive Chef
Mark Burton, Executive Pastry Chef

About YEW seafood + bar

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YEW seafood + bar is one of the city’s premiere sustainable seafood restaurants, delivering delicious cuisine, thoughtfully paired wines, innovative cocktails and a fun, welcoming environment for guests. Guided by passionate, and talented Executive Chef Ned, YEW is an unmissable Vancouver dining experience. Perched at treetop level in Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, YEW’s chic space, communal tables and bar make it the perfect place to bring your social network.

Lunch, lounge, dinner or late night, YEW seafood + bar offers up incredibly fresh and inventive sustainable seafood dishes. Guests are encouraged to dive in to our fresh-off-the-boat offerings. Enjoy Lobster in all kinds of delicious combinations from our famous Lobster Cobster salad to a starring role in tacos, nachos and a decadent mac n’cheese. Small plates featuring melt-in-your-mouth scallops, sablefish and Albacore tuna compete for attention with the mouthwatering meal-sized salads. Diners can’t miss with the ultimate seafood experience – The Tackle Box, a sampling of lobster, scallops, Dungeness crab, Selva shrimp, freshly shucked oysters and clams.

On the cocktail front, the Oceans Program cocktails are making a splash – with 16 original cocktails inspired by the world’s five unique oceans and the earth’s many waterways, there’s a drink for every menu, meal, conversation and celebration. The new program, which dovetails seamlessly with YEW’s highly successful sustainable seafood focus, is the result of an exciting collaboration with award-winning cocktail innovator and educator, Lauren Mote. The cocktails in the Oceans Program are inspired by the Atlantic, Indian, Pacific, Arctic and Southern oceans.

Awards

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Best Hotel Dining, WHERE to Dine Awards
Top 10 Cool Hotel Bars in Canada, Food Network Canada
Green Award, Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards

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