The GOODS from Homer St. Cafe & Bar
Vancouver, BC | After being partially closed due to a flood, Homer St. Café and Bar is pleased to announce the launch of their brand new Fall/Winter menu to coincide with their full restaurant re-open today, Thursday, November 9th at 5pm.
Created by Executive Chef Tret Jordan and Head Chef Chris West, a fresh new menu designed to capture nature’s bounty will feature starters and snacks such as Smoked Cod and Potato ‘Bacalhau,’ Albacore Tuna salad with green olive dressing or Kale, roasted squash, parmesan with a pumpkin seed dressing. Comfort-style main courses include Lingcod with braised leeks, House-Smoked Pork Loin and Wild Boar and Tomato Ragout. For dessert, a Potted Cheesecake with spiced apple compote and more.
In keeping with Homer St.’s seasonal additions, the cocktail menu will also showcase a few additions including The Tennenbaum, a 3oz VIFF-inspired cocktail and When the Levee Breaks as a fun homage to their recent flood.
The new Fall/Winter menu is available on Homer St.’s website, and also featured below.
Executive Chef: Tret Jordan
Head Chef: Chris West
Beverage Director: JS Dupuis
General Manager: Sarah Weir
Director of Operations: Roy Comesotti
About Homer Street Cafe & Bar
Housed in two of Vancouver’s most iconic buildings, Homer St Cafe and Bar is a contemporary restaurant set in the historic Homer Building and new Beasley building in Vancouver’s Yaletown district. Classic comfort cooking takes center stage thanks to a fire engine red rotisserie that roasts all manner of proteins. It’s chicken that’s the star here: served in quarter, half or whole portions, accompanied by classic sides basted in jus. A decidedly adventurous wine and cocktail list rounds out the menu. The restaurant features two spaces that consist of an open concept kitchen “Chef’s Bar” where one can get up close and personal with the culinary team, a private dining room with reclaimed factory windows, and bespoke seating complemented by antique tiling.
“This charming cafe on the edge of Yaletown practically beckons you with the aroma of their stunning roast chicken.” – Lindsay William-Ross, Daily Hive
“Homer Street Cafe has perfected the art of preparing a rotisserie chicken” – Veronica Meewes, Forbes Travel Guide
“Dining at Homer St. Cafe and Bar evokes French bistro with an added dash of Canuck panache – bon appétit” – Claudia Cusano, NUVO Magazine