News from Scout supporter Latitude
Vancouver, BC | Main Street’s Latitude Restaurant•Wine Bar officially turns “1” this month and what better way to celebrate than with the opening of our patio! With summer upon us, now is the time to kick back in the sun and relax with a caipirinha, mojito or sangria while enjoying chef Lisa Henderson’s affordable and approachable menu inspired by the cuisines of the Americas.
Sliding glass windows open up to bring the outside in, and inside out, and the 10 seat patio is a perfect extension to the warm organic and minimal interiors.
Opened in May 2009, Latitude is a 46 seat dining room & wine bar owned & run by the former owners of Tofino’s critically acclaimed RainCoast Café. The room was designed by Evoke International Design. With a large number of wines available by the glass, customers enjoy both familiar selections from B.C. and the U.S., as well as some undiscovered gems from Chile and Argentina. Chef, Lisa Henderson challenges and surprises with original twists and treatments of classic dishes.
Full dinner & wine lists are available as pdf downloads at latitudeonmain.com. For further information, please contact Larry Nicolay at email@example.com, or call 604-875-6246.
Latitude is a 46 seat restaurant and wine bar in the heart of the vibrant Main Street neighbourhood. Presented by the former owners of Tofino’s legendary RainCoast Cafe, Latitude’s menu is inspired by the wine regions of the Americas, with all seafood and meat selections sustainably harvested and produced in BC.
The carefully crafted wine list, focusing exclusively on North and South American wines, offers 36 choices by the glass from the Okanagan to Napa, from the Maipo to Patagonia. The emphasis on selections from Argentina and Chile assures high quality and affordability. The wine list is complemented by a solid range of domestic and international craft beers, as well as some fine scotches and brandies.
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