Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

November 20, 2014.

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DETAILS

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Kitsilano Location | 1876 West 1st Avenue | Vancouver, BC | Tel: 604-730-0321
Main Street Location | 4186 Main Street | Vancouver, BC | Telephone: 604-566-9779
Web: rockymountainflatbread.ca | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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The People

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Dominic & Suzanne Fielden: Co-Owners
Oliver Zulauf: Corporate Executive Chef
Russell Phillips: Main Street Executive Chef

About Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

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Rocky Mountain Flatbread is a family restaurant serving up handcrafted flatbread pizzas topped with lots of local organic veggies, free range organic meats & Ocean Wise seafood. Their chefs also cook up delicious hand cut pastas, seasonal soups, salads & desserts “to live for” from their open kitchens & artisan ovens. There is wide selection of BC wines and rotating local craft beers.

And for all those pizza lovers who are wheat intolerant or have nut allergies – Rocky Mountain creates extremely tasty gluten free and nut free pizzas! Their daily pastas, salads, soups & cheesecakes are also gluten free and nut free!

Dominic & Suzanne Fielden opened the doors of Rocky Mountain Flatbread ten years ago integrating their passions for family, food, local farming and sustainability. You will find these loves shine through in their menu, restaurant and community programs.

Rocky Mountain’s community programs in their restaurant include: flour packed pizza making evenings, monthly community fundraising evenings and sustainable living workshops. And in local schools Rocky Mountain runs their Earth Bites program where a team of nutritionists and urban gardeners teach kids essential skills of how to grow their own food and create delicious healthy seasonal snacks. To follow students goings on, click here.

PRESS & ACCOLADES

030Best Pizza | 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 Westender “Best of the City”

Best Neighbourhood Restaurant | 2013 Westender “Best of the City”

Best Kid Friendly 2008-14 | Georgia Strait “Golden Plates” Awards

Best Family Dining 2011 – 2013 West Coast Families Reader Choice

Green Leadership Award 2012 | Food Services Hospitality Magazine

“One of the best pizzas I have wolfed down.” Alexandra Gill, The Globe & Mail

“Organic and full of flavour, that’s flatbread.” Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

“The Rocky Mountain Flatbread is making a common North American staple spectacular.” Jason McRobbie, Alive

“It’s the crust and fresh organic ingredients that make these pizzas outstanding.” Mark Laba, The Province

“Combine the great taste, responsible sourcing and strong mandate for community support.” Tim Pawsey, The Courier

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