“La Brasserie” To Host Charity Brunch – This time it’s personal
News from Scout supporter La Brasserie
Vancouver, BC | After wrapping up its first six months of successful monthly charity brunches, La Brasserie is pleased to announce that it will carry on the tradition of supporting a local charity the first Sunday brunch of every month.
The next six charities will be announced for June, because this month the boys at La Brasserie will be helping out their pals raise money for the Ride to Conquer Cancer.
This Sunday, May 2, 20% of all food proceeds and 50% of all Champagne sales will be donated to Brad Roark (a popular server from Nook) and Tim Quocksister as they raise funds for the BC Cancer Foundation by taking part in the epic ride this summer.
Whether you are in the mood for a good cause or a good Croque Madame, La Brasserie is the place to be this Sunday.
About La Brasserie
La Brasserie is a 35-seat Franco-German restaurant situated in the heart of Vancouver’s West End. Brothers Michael and Stephen Wiese have given Davie St. a cozy neighborhood gem that showcases the best of French and German comfort food. Classic dishes like Steak Onglet & Frites, Spicy Bratwurst & Sauerkraut, and Suckling Pig & Schupfnudel are served alongside a selection of over 30 hard-to-find European beers and a list of 12 wines, all available by the glass or the bottle. Dark wood tables and chairs, paired with deep red walls and leather banquets, with a stained-glass Tiffany lamp as a centerpiece, create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that blurs the line between fine dining room and neighborhood bistro.
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