The GOODS from The Salted Vine
Squamish, BC | The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar Chef/Co-Owner Jeff Park will pair his signature brand of Pacific Northwest-inspired cuisine with an array of notable British Columbian wine when the downtown Squamish restaurant hosts an exclusive ‘Wines of BC’ dinner on Thursday, May 2.
The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. with a reception featuring canapés and glasses of Steller’s Jay Brut before Salted Vine Sommelier/Co-Owner Pat Allan showcases varietals from such award-winning producers as Inniskillin Estate Winery, Sunrock Vineyards and See Ya Later Ranch throughout the multi-course dinner.
Tickets to the event, which pairs such dishes as Octopus Terrine, Chorizo-Crusted Halibut, Peace Country Lamb Rack and Caramel Poached Pear with wines like Inniskillin’s ‘Discovery Series’ Chenin Blanc 2018 and ‘Dark Horse Estate’ Riesling Icewine 2017, Sunrock’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 and See Ya Later Ranch’s ‘Nelly’ Rosé 2017, are available for $89 per person plus tax and gratuity.
THE SALTED VINE KITCHEN + BAR
WINES OF BC DINNER MENU
$89 per person plus tax and gratuity
Beef Tartare with Aji Amarillo, Potato Crisp
Gougère with Foie Gras Mousse
Pacific Kiss Oyster with Ponzu Pearl
Steller’s Jay Brut 2015
heirloom tomatoes, niçoise olives, calamansi vinaigrette
Inniskillin ‘Discovery Series’ Chenin Blanc 2018
tomato vermouth broth, mussels, potato gnocchi
See Ya Later Ranch ‘Nelly’ Rosé 2017
Peace Country Lamb Rack
confit scarlet turnip, farro verde, carrot purée, stinging nettle
Sunrock Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Caramel Poached Pear
salted caramel sauce, hazelnut crumble, vanilla mascarpone cream
Inniskillin ‘Dark Horse Estate’ Riesling Icewine 2017
“This is a unique opportunity to not only get up close and personal with an array of unique BC wines but also dive into the sort of Pacific Northwest-inspired cuisine for which our restaurant is known,” says Allan. “We’re excited to host an evening that encourages our guests to explore and experience all that this province has to offer on plate and palate alike.”
One of enRoute magazine’s Best New Restaurants in Canada for 2017, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar was recently honoured as a winner in the categories of Best Service, Best Cocktail, Most Romantic Dinner Spot and Best Chef (Jeff Park) in the 2018 edition of the Squamish Chief’s annual Reader’s Choice Awards.
TICKETS | For tickets to the Wines of BC Dinner on Thursday, May 2, call the restaurant at 604-390-1910. As The Salted Vine prides itself on placing a premium on the availability and seasonality of all ingredients, the event menu may be subject to slight changes. Menu and details may be found at saltedvine.ca/wines-of-bc-dinner/.
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ABOUT THE SALTED VINE KITCHEN + BAR | Located in downtown Squamish along the picturesque Sea-to-Sky Highway, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar is a collaboration between industry veterans Jeff Park and Pat Allan, who were fixtures at Whistler’s Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar for more than a decade. With a menu of small share plates that places a premium on fresh, sustainable and seasonal ingredients, a full bar featuring an array of wines sourced both from BC and around the globe, local craft beers on tap and housemade cocktails and a modern-country farmhouse décor that reflects the hardworking spirit of the local community, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar offers a contemporary and inspired taste of the Pacific Northwest and a new upscale dining experience in the heart of historic Squamish. Since its launch in September 2016, The Salted Vine has been recognized by The Globe and Mail, Vancouver Sun and The Province as one of Vancouver’s Best New Restaurants of 2016. The Salted Vine was named one of enRoute magazine’s top 30 New Restaurants in Canada for 2017 and recently claimed trophies for Best Service, Best Cocktail, Most Romantic Dinner Spot and Best Chef – Jeff Park in the 2018 edition of the annual Squamish Chief Reader’s Choice Awards.