The GOODS from The Bottleneck
Vancouver, BC | A group of Porcupines together is called what? A Prickle. In the movie E.T. what brand of beer did the alien drink? Coors Banquet Beer. True or False – Vancouver’s Roxy is closed one day of the year, which is Christmas Day? False! It’s open 365.
Get Smarty Wednesday Trivia is stepping into the second leg of its third year! Once again host Matthew Coronation Orr aims to distract participants from their phones for two hours each week for some high-hearted debate and conversation among friends. Because yes, before google and smart phones, pub culture was a much different landscape. Get Smarty is an old style trivia night that everyone can enjoy. A mix of all categories from pop culture to weird science, as well as great tunes played throughout. It’s free to play and the prizes are so good we cant legally say. Throw in some tasty food and $4 beers and get comfy because Trivia is always followed by infamous DJ duo Flipout & Vinyl Ritchie playing nothing but 45’s until the wee hours. It’s one heck of a hump day! // Wednesdays. Trivia starts at 8pm// Free.
Chef: Derek Bothwell
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.
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