The GOODS from Tractor
Vancouver, BC | Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods’ signature quick-serve healthy dining options and contemporary restaurant style will now be available in Vancouver’s Fairview neighbourhood with the opening of their fifth restaurant location on February 26th at 601 West Broadway.
Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods was founded with the mission to make eating fresh high quality healthy food, easy for busy Vancouverites. The modern cafeteria-style restaurant format offers diners quick access to nutritious salads, sandwiches, soups and stews without compromising flavour. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Tractor offers satisfying meal options for eating on the go or for enjoying in their modern open concept dining spaces.
Since opening the first restaurant in Kitsilano in 2013, Tractor has expanded across the city and now serves some of Vancouver’s most active commuter and business areas. The new Broadway location is the fifth restaurant and brings Tractor’s iconic quick-serve West Coast fare to professionals and residents along the Cambie corridor.
The new 2,100 square foot, 50-seat restaurant shares the same clean contemporary aesthetic as its predecessors and welcomes guests into a bright and airy space accented by natural stone and wood elements. A 25-seat south-facing outdoor patio promises spring and summer dining in the sunshine and will be open as early as March. New to this location is a full-scale coffee bar which will serve artisan beverages using local Vancouver 49th Parallel beans.
The menu has been redesigned, but still offers the same nutritious and delicious food with expanded hot offerings. New dishes include warm quinoa cauliflower pilaf; roasted cauliflower and carrots; grilled root veggies and two new refined sugar-free baked goods. Diners will now have the option to either “Build a Bowl” meal or order a la carte. In addition, the restaurant will have Four Winds and Yellow Dog beer, Blasted Church red and white wine, Sea Cider apple cider, and Healthy Hooch kombucha on tap. Tractor continues to offer Vancouverites real food made by real chefs on site daily.