The GOODS from Dockside
Vancouver, BC | Dockside Restaurant in the Granville Island Hotel is offering two parties in one this New Year’s Eve with the legendary Brickhouse playing in the restaurant and DJ Jay Swing spinning tunes in the lounge.
Dockside’s waterfront setting is perfect for special occasions like this, and there are two ways to be part of this celebration, with a four-course dinner at 7pm and entertainment at 9pm or else tickets to “Join the Party” at 9pm. There will be bubbles and party favours at midnight, and guests who want to keep the night going receive VIP entry to Bar None after 1:00am.
Brickhouse is one of Vancouver’s great live bands with a mix of funk and blues which has won them awards like the “Best Canadian Live Band” and many more. Jay Swing has been one of Vancouver’s most popular DJs for over a decade and his blend of Hip-Hop, R&B, Funk, Soul, Dancehall, Electro, House, and Rock is ultimate “Party Rock” mix. Get all the details after the jump…
Tickets for the four course dinner and party are $129.95 per person and may be reserved by calling Dockside at 604-685-7070. “Join the Party” tickets are $34.95 each and can be purchased here. For full event and menu details, visit www.docksidevancouver.com.
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The Dockside Restaurant offers superbly prepared classic dishes in a setting like no other. Located on the waterfront where Granville Island faces the city, guests can enjoy panoramic views across False Creek to the world-famous cityscape of Yaletown and beyond to the mountains of the North Shore.
The open dining room is relaxed yet refined, wrapped in spectacular floor to ceiling windows, while the lounge offers warm intimate surroundings for evening cocktails. The award-winning patio catches sunlight from morning to late afternoon. Protected on three sides it’s an oasis of calm, disturbed only by the occasional sound of boats making their way along False Creek. Recent renovations have added fireplaces and casual seating areas to this Vancouver destination.
These three venues offer seating options that are perfect for groups from 4 to 200. With signature elements like a 50-foot aquarium and an open kitchen, each meal is an experience for all the senses. Located adjacent to the boutique Granville Island Hotel, the Dockside Restaurant is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended.
“This is our very favorite place. We drive into town from Delta and make an evening of browsing through Granville Isl. Market. The restaurnat is perfect for a quiet evening.View is wonderful. I appreciate the spacious arrangement of the tables. We have our favorite table, the staff and service is fabulous. I had the herb crusted Halibut – it was delicious and my husband enjoyed the slate fish. It was a memorable evening. We look forward to another visist very soon. As well, we have enjoyed the great patio – has to be one of Vancouver’s best.” OpenTable.com
“We have going to Vancouver for many years and most recently (if twenty years can be considered recently) staying exclusively at the wonderful Graville Island Hotel. Because we have an aversion to hotel restaurants, this is the first time we have had dinner there. It was one of the finest dinners we have in a city that is known for its fine restaurants. Outstanding in every way!” OpenTable.com
“We enjoyed the welcoming feel of the restaurant – appropriate lighting, comfortable seating – it is like a comfortable dining room. We will return again as the restaurant has once again met our expectations. The salmon was nicely prepared and the lamb was well presented and excellent on the tongue. Service was well-timed and friendly, wines were affordable.” OpenTable.com