GOODS | Granville’s “Bottleneck” Set For A Night Of Eastern European Music May 29th

GOODS | Granville’s “Bottleneck” Set For A Night Of Eastern European Music May 29th

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | Join us Thursday, May 29th at The Bottleneck for an evening of Polish Folk, classical, and Eastern European Cabaret – our first ever live piano performance by Vancouver’s Polish Princess, Marta McKeever (Girl…

GOODS | New Cocktails And Spring Dinner Menu At The Bottleneck On Granville Street

GOODS | New Cocktails And Spring Dinner Menu At The Bottleneck On Granville Street

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | The Bottleneck is excited to announce the official launch of its new Spring Dinner. The new menu will include two fresh signature cocktails, the return of the Albacore Tuna Salad, a new “perfectly…

GOODS | The Bottleneck On Granville St. To Host Brand New Trivia Night Tomorrow At 8

GOODS | The Bottleneck On Granville St. To Host Brand New Trivia Night Tomorrow At 8

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | Starting this Wednesday, September 11th, The Bottleneck welcomes you to take part in GET SMARTY – a new Trivia night that will begin every Wednesday at 8pm sharp. There will be fabulous prizes,…

GOODS | The Bottleneck On Granville St. Is Set To Launch A New Summer Dinner Menu

GOODS | The Bottleneck On Granville St. Is Set To Launch A New Summer Dinner Menu

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | The Bottleneck officially launches its new summer dinner menu today, featuring classic mouthwatering entrées like Flat Iron Steak and Albacore Tuna, as well as original bar snacks such as Grilled Corn on the…

GOODS: Granville’s “Bottleneck” To Show Ballyhooed Game Of Thrones Season Finale

GOODS: Granville’s “Bottleneck” To Show Ballyhooed Game Of Thrones Season Finale

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | The House of Bottleneck welcomes you to watch the much talked about Season 3 grand finale of Game Of Thrones on the big screen this Sunday, June 9th. There will be prizes for…

GOODS: “Bottleneck” Invites Vancouverites To Park Their Steeds For Game Of Thrones

GOODS: “Bottleneck” Invites Vancouverites To Park Their Steeds For Game Of Thrones

The GOODS from The Bottleneck Vancouver, BC | The House of Bottleneck welcomes you to watch the Season 3 premiere of Game Of Thrones, Sunday March 31st, and every Sunday that follows. Park your steeds and swords and join us…

WELCOME: “The Bottleneck” On Granville Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

WELCOME: “The Bottleneck” On Granville Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

We’ve invited The Bottleneck on Granville St. to join our GOODS section. They are now proud members of Scout, and as such we will be posting their news in addition to hosting a page for them on our awesome list of goodnesses. We’d…

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Details 870 Granville Street | Vancouver, BC Telephone: 604-739-4540 Web: www.thebottleneck.ca | Facebook | Twitter Gallery The People Chef: Hugh Carbery Promotions Manager: Juliana Moore General Manager: Jason Coleman About The Bottleneck Located below the historic Commodore Ballroom at 870…

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