Street Food 3 is back starting today and running through Sunday, January 26th and features 23 food trucks serving up tasty bites you’ll want to ditch your desk for. Be sure to head down to the Vancouver Art Gallery (at West Georgia Street) for some serious feasting. With piping hot offerings from the likes of Holy Perogy, Aussie Pie, Mom’s Grilled Cheese, and Vij’s Railway Express, it’s definitely one foodie-event not to be missed.
Vancouver Gluten Free Expo is set to take over the PNE Forum Building this weekend. Showcasing Canada’s largest selection of gluten free vendors, products and samples, score a chance to get up close and personal with leading experts, catch info sessions with health advisors and practitioners, all the while scooping up plenty of free samples. Your tummy will be glad you did.
FUSE: The PuSh Festival Edition takes over the Vancouver Art Gallery this Friday starting at 8pm for a night of fun. In celebration of PuSh, this edition of the always-popular FUSE focuses on visual art, performing art, experimental art and more. Kicking things up a notch, DJs will be on hand helping you get your groove on, and there’ll be live music, cocktails, wine and special guest appearances. It’s a great way to get your cultural fix as you head into the weekend.
Bambudda’s Chinese New Year celebrations gallop into Gastown on January 31st – celebrating the Year of the Horse in serious culinary style. Book your spot in advance for this limited time special à la carte menu embodying the restaurant’s commitment to Cantonese cuisine prepared with Western flair. The carefully curated food and cocktail list features specialties that harken back to owner Ray Loy’s Cantonese heritage. Running until February 9th; book your table in advance.
Pecha Kucha Night is back next Thursday, January 30th. Be sure to buy your tickets in advance for this memorable, thought provoking evening of presentations and conversations – it always sells out. Catch movers and shakers (and some of YVR’s finest tastemakers) as they take the stage for what can best be described as ‘micro-talks’. Malcolm Parry, Judith Marcuse, Ken Tsui, Brady Dahmer and Katie Schaeffers are just a few names set to offer up insight. Not to be missed.