Top Table Restaurants Opening Doors And Corks To Medalists

February 5, 2010.
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Award-winning Top Table restaurants CinCin, Araxi, West, and Blue Water Cafe to pop corks for Olympic medalists

News from Scout supporters CinCin, Araxi, West, and Blue Water Café

Vancouver & Whistler, BC | Winning an Olympic medal is no easy feat. The road is long, the sacrifices many, and the support structures that enable athletes to reach the podium are elaborate. But ask an Olympic athlete the key to their success, and the reply is almost always, “My family and friends.”

Araxi in Whistler, and Blue Water Cafe, CinCin, and West in Vancouver, will salute winning athletes during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics by helping them toast family and friends at the restaurants’ bars with a complimentary bottle of Nicolas Feuillatte champagne.

“We want to congratulate the bronze, silver and gold medalists from all countries, and give them the opportunity to toast those closest to them, that took them to the pinnacle of their sport,” said Jack Evrensel, proprietor of Top Table. “Top Table is all about teamwork, and so are the endeavours of Olympic athletes – this is a simple way to show our appreciation.”

Medalists: Reserve in advance through Top Table’s restaurant directors, bring your medal, and the bubbles will begin to flow.————————————

Araxi | Steve Edwards | 604-932-4540
Blue Water Cafe | Stephan Cachard | 604-688-8078
CinCin | Ricardo Ferreira | 604-688-7338
West | Brian Hopkins | 604-738-8938

About Top Table

One of the most highly respected restaurant groups in Canada, Top Table encompasses four of the leading restaurants in Vancouver and Whistler: Araxi, CinCin, Blue Water Cafe and West. Continuing to evolve in the pursuit of excellence, each venue has received significant critical acclaim, both locally and internationally.

Due to demand, all Top Table restaurants will be open for lunch during the Olympics.

About Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

Nicolas Feuillatte is the best-selling Champagne brand in France, among the “top 5″ internationally and a fixture in the world’s great restaurants. Founded in 1976, this dynamic young house celebrates its unique identity by collaborating with outstanding creative professionals across many disciplines including chefs, designers and artists.

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