GOODS | Branded Canvas Totes For First 500 Take-Out Orders At The Arbor, Starting Jan. 6

January 5, 2017.

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The GOODS from The Arbor

Vancouver, BC | The Arbor restaurant is filling all of your New Years resolution needs and beyond this winter with the best real fast casual comfort food in the city. Beginning this Friday, January 6th, the first 500 take out orders will receive a complimentary limited tote bag. Get yours before it’s too late! The Arbor is bringing to Vancouver the best low commitment, high quality veg-friendly eats this side of anywhere. Nothing processed — all the goods are made in-house with love. Fresh, fried, delicious and for the whole family. Come get your fix today. Brought to you by the people behind The Acorn.

Take Out available 11am – 10pm; Every Day
Limited In-House Menu w/ Happy Hour from 10pm-12am; Every Day
Call us to place your take out order: 602-620-3256
Menu: www.thearborrestaurant.ca

DETAILS

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3941 Main Street | Vancouver, BC | V5V 3P3
Telephone: 604-620-3256 | Email: eat@thearborrestaurant.ca
Web: www.thearborrestaurant.ca | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Hours: 11am to Midnight, Daily

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THE PEOPLE

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Co-Owner/GM | Paul McCloskey
Co-Owner | Shira Blustein
Co-Owner | Scott Lewis
Head Chef | Rob Clarke

ABOUT THE ARBOR

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The Arbor is a playful, quick service, two-patio neighbourhood restaurant focused on good times, great drinks and refined indulgences. Its kitchen uses fresh, wild foraged and otherwise real plant-based ingredients to create familiar comfort foods – like the signature Arburger – while its bar program zeroes in on wines, beers and ciders that pair well with a deep fryer. It is the accessible grab-and-go sister/sequel to the award-winning Acorn Restaurant (located on the same block) with the same uncompromising attentions being paid to quality, detail and deliciousness.

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