The Bottleneck

January 4, 2013 

Details

870 Granville Street | Vancouver, BC
Telephone: 604-739-4540
Web: www.thebottleneck.ca | Facebook | Twitter

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The People

Chef: Hugh Carbery
Promotions Manager: Juliana Moore
General Manager: Jason Coleman

About The Bottleneck

Located below the historic Commodore Ballroom at 870 Granville Street. You’ll find a beautifully restored modern tavern in downtown Vancouver. The interior is warm, rustic and full of woodsy motifs. Boasting excellent service, great music and miles of booze-filled bottles, the experience is warm and wonderful on every level. The dinner and late-night menu is West Coast seasonal, featuring size-specific plates prepared in-house with fresh, organic, locally grown ingredients. Open Monday & Tuesday from 11:30am – 6pm, Wednesday to Friday 11:30pm - 2pm, and Saturday 6pm – 2am.

Events are key to The Bottleneck’s community spirit. We feature music by local and international artists, weekly vinyl nights, Assembly: Sundays with DJ M!G!H! (free w/back alley entrance) and all sorts of other creative programming.

Featuring only the best, ripest and most exciting flavours, The Bottleneck’s menu offers a selection of smaller share plates such as Crispy Chickpeas, Mushroom Ragout and Roasted Squash Raviolis as well as chef Hugh Carbery’s take on classics like the Wedge Salad and Margarita Pizza. Bottleneck’s food is also a venture into meatier, more substantial dishes including Mole Chicken Tacos, Roasted Sablefish and the beautifully sculpted Chinese “Hamburger.” Add a tall pint of Radeberger, a glass of pinot or our signature cocktail, the ‘English Garden’ for amplified yum.

Press & Accolades

Dinner with Fred Penner at The Bottleneck | Vancouver Is Awesome

Bottleneck offers chilled out place to eat under the Commodore Ballroom | Georgia Straight

Inside Bottleneck Bar & Restaurant | Inside Vancouver

Pull up a stool at The Bottlebeck | Ion Magazine