Tuc Craft Kitchen

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Hours

Dinner: seven days a week from 5 p.m. | Happy Hour: seven days a week from 4 to 6 p.m.
Brunch: Fridays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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The People

Colin Ross, Co-Owner and Wine Director
Roy Flemming, Co-Owner and Chef
James McFarlane, Co-Owner
Mitch Hewer, General Manager
Ryan Johnson, Bar Manager

About Tuc Craft Kitchen


Launched in 2013 in the heart of Vancouver’s historic Gastown district by industry veterans Colin Ross, James McFarlane and Chef Roy Flemming, Tuc Craft Kitchen prides itself on serving rustic, seasonal farm-to-table fare paired with a carefully curated list of New and Old World wines, inventive cocktails, and local craft and import beer.

Reinforcing the notion that sharing good food, drinks and conversation at the family table while surrounded by loved ones is one of life’s true pleasures, Tuc features a warm and convivial atmosphere and a rough-hewn décor that offers a nod to the saloon-and-sawmill heritage of the local neighbourhood.

Chef Roy Flemming’s seasonally changing menu offers up hearty, flavourful and rustic cuisine that is always inventive and artfully prepared and plated. While his approach is unbounded by geography, his ingredients pay tribute to the abundance of the Pacific Northwest, and the local partners with whom he has forged relationships and who care about their harvest and place a premium on sustainability.

Tuc’s vintage cocktail bar is the perfect place to meet friends after a long day at work for some relaxed drinks, start — or end — a night out or wind down before dinner. The restaurant offers carefully selected wines that reflect the best qualities of the regions in which they were born, whether from the vineyards of the Okanagan or around the world. Cocktails range from refreshing tipples to strong and serious, all crafted using the finest spirits, fresh produce and house-made ingredients including bitters and shrubs. The restaurant also offers carefully selected wines that reflect the best qualities of the regions in which they were born, whether from the vineyards of the Okanagan or around the world. Celebrating the revival of craft beer in B.C., Tuc also prides itself on stocking some of the best local beer and cider that reflect the personalities of their brewmasters and change regularly.