Grapes & Soda to Host a Special Night of ‘Ethical Hedonism’ on February 11


Whether you’re a resolution bender, breaker or stickler, you can find at least one reason to justify a night of “ethical hedonism” at Grapes & Soda’s February 11th Heartwarmer Dinner. The multi-course, plant-based feast comes courtesy of a trifecta of awesome: Existential Eating chef Heather Dosman, MuseumEats teacher Camille Flanjak and South Granville’s coolest cocktail bar, Grapes & Soda.

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Mindful of how difficult this time of year can be on our mental and – by extension – physical health, the trio have concocted an evening that includes a nourishing menu paired with a glass of bubbly to warm your spirits and, to cap it off, some live comedy to put a bit of laughing colour in your cheeks. Also included in the $65 ticket price (including taxes and tip) is the implied nonliteral heart-warming effect, because a portion of the profits support an organization whose mission it is to promote environments favourable to good mental health. Secure your spot at one of the two seatings (6:30pm or 8pm) HERE.

Grapes & Soda
The creators of the Farmers Apprentice are pleased to welcome you to Grapes and Soda, the first natural wine bar in Vancouver. Grapes and Soda offers an exciting selection of artisanal, natural, and biodynamic wines. Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: Kitsilano
1537 West 6th Ave. | 604-336-2456 | WEBSITE

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  1. Which organization is receiving part of the profits? This sounds interesting, but I think I’d be more keen to go if this information was shared.

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