Gastown’s “Cork & Fin” Hosting JoieFarm Winemaker’s Dinner On Nov. 10th

Cork & Fin is located at 221 Carrall Street in the heart of Vancouver's Gastown | 604-569-2215 | corkandfin.ca
Cork & Fin is located at 221 Carrall Street in the heart of Vancouver’s Gastown | 604-569-2215 | corkandfin.ca

The GOODS from JoieFarm

Vancouver, BC | Vancouver food and wine lovers are invited to join Joiefarm’s Michael Dinn in person for a special six course dinner at Gastown’s Cork & Fin restaurant on Sunday, November 10th. Tickets are $89 and can be purchased either by emailing rodney [at] regiogroup.ca or by phoning 604-569-2215. A preview of the menu may be found by clicking here. Learn more about JoieFarm after the jump…

Details

221 Carrall Street, Gastown, Vancouver, BC, V6B 2J2
Tel: 604-569-2215 Fax: 604-569-2214
Email: francis@corkandfin.ca
Web: www.corkandfin.ca | Twitter | Facebook

GALLERY

  • Cork & Fin
  • Cork & Fin
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  • Sockeye Salmon | Cork & Fin
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Hours of Operation

Sunday through Thursday: 5:00 pm till close
Friday & Saturday: 4:00 pm till close
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 11am through 2pm

The Team

Francis Regio: Owner/General Manager
Dan Marcenko: Executive Chef
Doug Stephen: Restaurant Manager
Peter Niermann: Sous-Chef

About The Restaurant

Set in the heart of Gastown in the historic Alhambra building, Cork & Fin is one of Vancouvers top seafood restaurants. The restaurant glows with the warmth of soft candle light, exposed brick and the antique banister framing the bar. The Raw Bar at the front provides the launching area for dozens of oysters a night as well as our famed Seafood Towers. The hot kitchen plays host to wonderful grilled whole fish, scallops and an array of carnivorous options.

Owner Francis Regio works tirelessly to provide the best seafood experience for an affordable price. Working with local purveyors and farmers as much as possible has become de rigueur for the entire Cork & Fin team.

A small concise wine list is the backbone to the bar program that strives to deliver on all fronts, whether it be the seasonally changing cocktail list or an ever changing selection of local and international beers.

Accolades

Open Table Diner Choice Awards: “Hot Spot, Fit for Foodies & Seafood”

Vancouver Magazine: Eating & Drinking Guide 2011

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