GOODS | Dockside Prepares For A Market-Themed Easter Buffet On Granville Island

GOODS | Dockside Prepares For A Market-Themed Easter Buffet On Granville Island

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | The world-famous Granville Island Market is the iconic symbol of BC’s rich food bounty and this Easter, Dockside Restaurant at the Granville Island Hotel is celebrating the feast with a market-themed brunch buffet. Executive Chef Simon McNeil and the Dockside team have created the Family Traditions Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet with a menu of themed stations inspired by the fresh foods at the Granville Island Market. Each station is a delight… more 

GOODS: Dockside Pairing Up With Big Lou’s Butcher Shop For Big Patio BBQ On BC Day

GOODS: Dockside Pairing Up With Big Lou’s Butcher Shop For Big Patio BBQ On BC Day

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | Summer long weekends and the BBQ are a perfect match and on BC Day, Monday, August 6th Dockside Restaurant will welcome… more 

GOODS: Granville Island’s Dockside Brewing Co. To Host Weekly Beer Tours & Tastings

GOODS: Granville Island’s Dockside Brewing Co. To Host Weekly Beer Tours & Tastings

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | Fresh off winning Georgia Straight Golden Plate Awards for Best Patio and Best Brewpub Dockside Restaurant and Brewing… more 

GOODS: Coal Harbour Liquor Store & Dockside Present “Two Chefs, Five Wines”

GOODS: Coal Harbour Liquor Store & Dockside Present “Two Chefs, Five Wines”

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | Coal Harbour Liquor Store is pleased to announce “Two Chefs, Five Wines” a very special event to be held in… more 

GOODS: “Dockside” On Granville Island Gets Set To Host Pelican Bay Fall Wine Tasting

GOODS: “Dockside” On Granville Island Gets Set To Host Pelican Bay Fall Wine Tasting

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | After a wildly successful first event which saw over 300 wine lovers sampling dozens of wines at Dockside Restaurant… more 

GOODS: “Dockside” Unveils Vancouver’s Only Gazebo Patio At The Granville Hotel

GOODS: “Dockside” Unveils Vancouver’s Only Gazebo Patio At The Granville Hotel

The GOODS from Dockside Vancouver, BC | For the past 20 years, the patio at the Granville Island Hotel has been one of Vancouver’s best summer getaways… more 

Dockside Restaurant & Brewing Company

Dockside Restaurant & Brewing Company

Details 1253 Johnston Street (Granville Island) Vancouver B.C. V6H 3R9 Telephone: 604-685-7070 Fax: 604-685-7079 Email: info@docksidebrewing.com Web:… more 

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