The GOODS from Campagnolo Roma
Vancouver, BC | Chef Joachim Hayward of Campagnolo Roma is proud to present Tutto, a dinner celebrating the whole ingredient. “During my time spent in Italy, I gained a strong admiration for cooking with whole ingredients,” says Hayward. “A little seasoning and technique was all that was required to allow the flavours and natural beauty of quality ingredients to shine.”
On Wednesday, September 24th, guests will gather around communal tables to feast on a variety of dishes honouring ingredients in their natural form, served alla famiglia and complemented by beer from Bomber Brewing. Each satisfying dish will showcase one local delicacy including freshwater smelts, wild BC Sockeye salmon, crispy Braeburn Farms chicken, Sloping Hill Farm porchetta, Stoney Paradise tomatoes, Chilliwack corn, Okanagan peaches and cherries, and many more regionally sourced seasonal ingredients. Tickets are $79, inclusive of tax and gratuity.
Date: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Address: 2297 E. Hastings St.
Price: $74 (includes tax, gratuity and beer from Bomber Brewing) plus Eventbrite service charge.
Menu: As the focus of this dinner is celebrating seasonal ingredients in their whole form, substitutions to the menu will be politely declined.
Tickets: Buy tickets at campagnoloromatutto.eventbrite.ca
2297 East Hastings Street | Vancouver, BC
Roma is a walk-in only restaurant serving dinner seven days a week from 5pm – 10pm and lunch Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30am – 2:30pm, with brunch offerings on the weekend.
Owner | Robert Belcham
Owner | Tom Doughty
About Campagnolo ROMA
Campagnolo ROMA is located in the former Italian district of Hastings Sunrise, serving rustic Italian dishes inspired by the classics of Rome. Expect a condensed menu of antipasti, pasta and pizza complimented by an ever changing features board, showcasing local and seasonal ingredients. Quality, value and flavour drive the cocktail and wine program. Owner Tom Doughty has chosen three classic Italian cocktails and a small, yet comprehensive Italian wine list with by the glass, ½ litre and bottle options to compliment the menu. The room is an intimate 1200 square feet and is adorned with the familiar & eclectic, including damask wallpaper, a touch of lace, wood paneling and a few of Nona’s lampshades.
“The Hired Belly is always impressed when a restaurant hits the ground running. That’s the case with Campagnolo Roma.” – Tim Pawsey, The Vancouver Courier.
“Campagnolo Roma cuts to the chase: the food.” – Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun.