GOODS | Bittered Sling’s Lauren Mote To Curate New Bar Program At “Uva Wine Bar”

GOODS | Bittered Sling’s Lauren Mote To Curate New Bar Program At “Uva Wine Bar”

The GOODS from Uva Wine Bar Vancouver, BC | Steve Edwards, General Manager and Wine Director of Cibo Trattoria and its adjacent Uva Wine Bar, is thrilled to announce that mixologist, sommelier and international spirits diplomat Lauren Mote is joining the team as Bar Manager of Uva. Mote will kick off her tenure by crafting a new lineup of custom cocktails beginning in October. Mote, who boasts more than 13 years of expertise in leading bars and restaurants both in Toronto and on the… more 

GOODS: Kale & Nori’s “Bittered Sling Bistro” Pairs With Hendrick’s For A Peculiar Affair

GOODS: Kale & Nori’s “Bittered Sling Bistro” Pairs With Hendrick’s For A Peculiar Affair

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | The concept of cocktail and food pairings has become extremely popular, and since 2010, Lauren Mote’s… more 

GOODS: “Kale & Nori” Boutique Catering Company Looking To Hire Part Time Cooks

GOODS: “Kale & Nori” Boutique Catering Company Looking To Hire Part Time Cooks

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | Kale & Nori Culinary Arts is Vancouver's newest boutique catering company. We specialise in ethical,… more 

GOODS: Kale & Nori Preps La Belle Epoque Spirited Dinner For “Tales of the Cocktail”

GOODS: Kale & Nori Preps La Belle Epoque Spirited Dinner For “Tales of the Cocktail”

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | A treat perfect for Valentine's Day! Kale & Nori is proud to offer an exclusive opportunity to The Tales of the… more 

GOODS: City Bartenders Set To Compete At Kale & Nori’s Tasty “Bittered Sling Bistro”

GOODS: City Bartenders Set To Compete At Kale & Nori’s Tasty “Bittered Sling Bistro”

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | The concept of cocktail and food pairings has become extremely popular. and since 2010, Lauren Mote's original… more 

GOODS: The “CPBA” Announce 80’s Themed “Retro Rejuvenation” Cocktail Competition

GOODS: The “CPBA” Announce 80’s Themed “Retro Rejuvenation” Cocktail Competition

The GOODS from the Canadian Professional Bartenders Association Vancouver, BC | Last year we asked Vancouver’s best bartenders to ‘Surpass Cuffs and… more 

“CPBA” (Canadian Professional Bartenders Association) Joins The Scout Community

“CPBA” (Canadian Professional Bartenders Association) Joins The Scout Community

We’ve invited the Canadian Professional Bartenders Association to join our GOODS section as a recommended organisation that is well worth checking out… more 

GOODS: Kale & Nori Continue With “Bittered Sling Bistro” Cocktail Comp On Nov. 22th

GOODS: Kale & Nori Continue With “Bittered Sling Bistro” Cocktail Comp On Nov. 22th

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | Bittered Sling Bistro’s “Marker’s Mark Bourbon” competition continues with Arthur Wynne, lead bartender… more 

GOODS: Kale & Nori Launching “Bittered Sling Bistro” Cocktail Competition Series

GOODS: Kale & Nori Launching “Bittered Sling Bistro” Cocktail Competition Series

The GOODS from Kale & Nori Vancouver, BC | November 8th, 2011 marks the launch of a new cocktail competition and dining experience from Kale & Nori… more 

GOODS: Brand New Catering Outfit “Kale & Nori” Has Joined The Scout Community

GOODS: Brand New Catering Outfit “Kale & Nori” Has Joined The Scout Community

We’ve invited Lauren Mote and Jonathan Chovancek's new catering company Kale & Nori to join our GOODS section as a recommended local business that is… more 

GOODS: Granville’s “Refinery” Presents The Final Season Of Its Cocktail Kitchen Series

GOODS: Granville’s “Refinery” Presents The Final Season Of Its Cocktail Kitchen Series

The GOODS from The Refinery Vancouver, BC | The Refinery and Cointreau (Select Wines) proudly present the sixth installment of Cocktail Kitchen : Season Two,… more 

GOODS: “The Refinery” On Granville Strip Launches Newest Cocktail Kitchen Series

GOODS: “The Refinery” On Granville Strip Launches Newest Cocktail Kitchen Series

The GOODS from The Refinery Vancouver, BC | The Refinery and The Bacchus Group proudly present the fifth installment of Cocktail Kitchen : Season Two,… more 

GOODS: “The Refinery” On The Granville Strip Hosting Customer Appreciation Party

GOODS: “The Refinery” On The Granville Strip Hosting Customer Appreciation Party

The GOODS from The Refinery Vancouver, BC | Welcome back to Granville Street everyone. In light of the sad events that happened last week throughout downtown… more 

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