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 original “Cocktail Kitchen” competition at The Refinery produced energetic statistics: 168 original cocktails produced, 56 bartenders

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, seasonal and delicious food, parties and events. We are currently looking for part time cooks who are

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 Cocktail on Tour in Vancouver “Spirited Dinner”. This amazing cocktail conference

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 “Cocktail Kitchen” competition at The Refinery produced energetic statistics: 168 original cocktails produced, 56 bartenders

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 Buttons’ and take M.W. Heron’s timeless concoction, now known as Southern Comfort, to the next level. They answered

“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. They’re now proud members of Scout, and as such we’ll be posting their news front and center and hosting a page for

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 of Cascade Room and hot-shot apprentice on November 22 2011. The evening starts with a cocktail reception accompanied

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 Culinary Arts. The concept of cocktail and food pairings has become extremely popular,

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 worth checking out. They’re now proud members of Scout, and as such we’ll be posting their news front and

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, “Morocco” VS Cointreau, coming August 2011. This is the final month of qualifications for bartenders

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, “Chuck-Wagon Stampede” VS Buffalo Trace Bourbon, coming July 2011. This weekly series promotes creativity and

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 after the Canuck’s Game 7, we decided to throw a Customer Appreciation Party at

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49th Parallel Coffee Roasters Abigail’s Party Acorn Alibi Room Araxi Ask For Luigi Bambudda Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie Beach House Bearfoot Bistro Beaucoup Bakery & Cafe Bel Café Bestie Beta5 Chocolates Biltmore Cabaret Bishop’s Bistro Pastis Bitter Tasting Room Bittered Sling Blacktail Florist Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar Bottleneck Bufala Burdock & Co. Butter On The Endive Cadeaux Bakery Café Medina Caffè Artigiano Campagnolo Campagnolo ROMA Cannibal Cafe Chambar Chewies Oyster Bar Chez Christophe Chocolaterie Patisserie  Chicha Chocolate Arts Cibo Trattoria Cinara CinCin Ristorante Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill Commune Cafe Cuchillo Culinary Capers Catering Curious Oyster Catering Co. District Brasserie Diva At The Met Doi Chaang Coffee Co. Earnest Ice Cream East Of Main Cafe Edible Canada El Matador Espana Exile Bistro Farm 2 Fork Fish Counter Forage Greenhorn Espresso Bar Hapa Izakaya Hart House Harvest Community Foods Hawksworth Restaurant Heirloom Vegetarian Homer Street Cafe & Bar Irish Heather Joy Road Catering Juice Truck Keefer Bar Krokodile Pear L’Abattoir La Buca La Mezcaleria La Pentola La Quercia La Taqueria Pinche Taco Shop Lazy Gourmet Les Amis du Fromage Little District Local Philosophy Catering Lolita’s South Of The Border Cantina Los Cuervos Taqueria & Cantina Lukes General Store Lupo Restaurant Maenam Mamie Taylor’s MARKET by Jean-Georges Matchstick Coffee Roasters Meat & Bread Miku Restaurant Milano Coffee Minami Miradoro Mogiana Coffee Nicli Antica Pizzeria Notturno Nuba Oakwood Canadian Bistro Oyama Sausage Co. Oyster Seafood & Raw Bar Pallet Coffee Roasters Parker, The Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse Pidgin Pink Elephant Thai Pizza Fabrika Pizzeria Farina Pointe Restaurant at the Wickaninnish Inn Pourhouse Prado Cafe Railtown Cafe Rainier Provisions Re-Up BBQ Revolver Coffee Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Salt Tasting Room Salty Tongue Café Savoury Chef Settlement Building Shameful Tiki Room Shebeen Whisk(e)y House Shelter Sidecut | Four Seasons Whistler Siena Six Acres Spotted Bear Tableau Bar Bistro Tacofino Tapenade Bistro Tavola Terra Breads Thierry Thomas Haas Chocolates & Patisserie Timbertrain Coffee Roasters Truffles Fine Foods Two Rivers Specialty Meats Urban Digs Farm Uva Wine Bar Via Tevere Pizzeria Napoletana West Restaurant Wildebeest Wolf In The Fog YEW seafood + bar

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