“Cascina Spinasse” Chef Stuart Lane To Cook Special Supper At La Pentola, May 31


The GOODS from La Pentola

Vancouver, BC | A recent trip to Seattle brought our Chef de Cuisine Travis McCord face to face with Chef Stuart Lane of award-winning Cascina Spinasse. Since opening in 2008, Spinasse has garnered acclaim for its interpretation of the traditional cuisine of the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. Recognizing a collaborative opportunity, Chef McCord and Chef Lane created a unique menu inspired by the best of both La Pentola and Spinasse.

This Pacific Northwest chef duo invite you to experience a one of a kind supper series, May 31st at 6pm. Dine family-style among your friends and neighbors, enjoying 10 courses featuring a fresh twist on Northern Italian classics. Gracing the menu will be leek sformatino with fonduta, bagna cauda, tajarin with sage, and Barolo braised beef short ribs with roasted morels. Don’t miss this exclusive collaboration.

We encourage you to reserve as seating is limited.
Call 604.642.0557 or email info@lapentola.ca to reserve.
$55 per person. 10+ courses.



350 Davie Street | Vancouver, BC , V6B2G2
Telephone:  (604) 642-0557  |  Email:  info@lapentola.ca
Reserve: reservations@lapentola.ca
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Open 7 days a week (closed daily 3-5pm)
Breakfast: 7am – 3pm | Lunch: 11:30am – 3pm
Dinner: Sun-Thu: 5pm | Late, Fri & Sat: 5pm – Later



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Chef – Travis McCord
General Manager – Ricardo Ferreira

About La Pentola


Rustic Northern Italian inspired cuisine at La Pentola inside OPUS Hotel. Simple, handmade pasta and traditional nose-to-tail meat and fish dishes served family style are the focus of this award-winning Vancouver restaurant.

“La Pentola is inviting and warm. Ditto the service. The food is rustically elegant, a distillation of real Italy and the food is similar to their northern Italy-based La Quercia and La Ghianda offerings – they zero in on great ingredients and capture the Italian soul. Their pilgrimages and work experience in ‘Slow Food’ Italy is evident”. Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

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