Campagnolo’s “Nonna’s House” Dinners Resume On Main Street

October 4, 2010.
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1020 Main St | 604-484-6018 | campagnolorestaurant.ca | 1944 West 4th | 604-288-7905 | refuelrestaurant.com

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Vancouver, BC | Just like Dinner at Nonna’s House, a series of home-style Italian meals offered every Tuesday night at 6:00pm for $19 paired with a pint of R&B Brewing Company’s finest, returns to Campagnolo Restaurant, starting October 5 and ending November 9, 2010. Every Tuesday night Main Street diners can look forward to a hearty meal that is guaranteed to warm bellies and hearts, made from quality seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers and purveyors for an affordable price. Past favorites include marinated and roasted Polderside Farms chicken, braised Quebec veal breast and roasted leg of Fraser Valley lamb all served with seasonal accompaniments. Details after the jump…

Reservations are available for this event and are made in advance by calling 604 484 6018.

24 seats available in the back lounge

$19.00 excludes tax and gratuity

Substitutions and modifications to the menu are politely declined

Dinner served at 6pm sharp

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Campagnolo is open for lunch Monday – Friday from 11:30am – 2:30pm, brunch on Saturday & Sunday from 11:30am – 2:30pm, and dinner nightly from 5pm. Seating is available on a first come first serve basis, and reservations are available only for parties of eight or more. Campagnolo is located at 1020 Main Street, Vancouver BC. For more information please call 604.484.6018 or visit: www.campagnolorestaurant.ca

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