The Goods from Crowbar
Vancouver, BC | Cupid’s arrows are stirring up mischief at Crowbar, where lovebirds are invited to spice up their Valentine’s Day with sizzling steaks and creative cocktails.
On Thursday, February 14, the intimate Fraserhood eatery will transform into a den of seduction – perfect for diners wishing to celebrate their favourite person. Carnivores will fall in love with Crowbar’s Valentine’s Day set menu – but guests will need to move fast to secure their spot, as only 14 dinners-for-two will be served. Designed to be shared, the decadent menu stars 32 oz organic dry-aged ribeye steak cooked to order, marinated in garum, aged in roast beef fat and sprinkled with parmigiano rind. The impressive dish will be served alongside freshly baked bread, Chef Justin Ell’s feature pasta and two sides, all capped off by a sinfully decadent dessert.
Renowned for shaking up intriguing cocktails that deliver deliciousness in every sip, Crowbar has crafted a special love potion called the Mia Wallace. Reminiscent of the classic movie, Pulp Fiction, the cocktail is made with Resurrection Rose Gin, Campari, Becherovka, blood orange liqueur, fresh lemon juice, and sparkling wine. William Johnson – cocktail master, sommelier and certified cider professional – has spent many nights experimenting and perfecting the recipe, which makes for a sultry aphrodisiac before the main course.
Crowbar’s cozy dining room creates an intimate ambience that will appeal to Valentine’s veterans and first dates alike. Dinner for two is priced at $200, plus tax and gratuity. The Mia Wallace cocktail, as well as curated wine pairings, are available at an additional cost. Remember, only 14 couples will experience Crowbar’s steak feast and sample the special Valentine’s cocktail, so book fast! To make reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Crowbar | Situated in the restaurant “golden triangle” of Vancouver’s edgy Fraserhood district, Crowbar is a casual, intimate neighbourhood restaurant designed to bring people together with flavourful share plates, an inventive cocktail list and industry-leading cider program, and a healthy dose of good humour. The restaurant’s name is a cheeky nod to the Fraserhood’s historically colourful nature, as well as a subtle homage to a Will Bullas painting depicting surprisingly amiable crows drinking at a bar.