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EAT! Vancouver 2015 Media Preview Event | Culinary Event April 26 to May 3, 2015

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2015 EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival will be a week long festival taking place throughout Vancouver between April 26th to May 3rd. Compared to previous years, EAT! Vancouver 2015 will feature eight day long culinary culture and festivities including hands-on workshops, collaborative chef dinners featuring top chefs from across Canada, Canadian Flavours Gala, a hospitality symposium, a pastry panel and the ultimate consumer food showcase at BC Place Stadium May 1st to 3rd.

We are so excited to preview the exciting line up this year from the Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront Hotel!

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2015 marks the 13th anniversary of EAT! Vancouver and the annual celebration of food will be bigger and better. I am most excited for the Dinner Series being hosted by many top Vancouver restaurants and chefs.


EAT! Vancouver Dinner Series:

Location: Throughout Vancouver | Date: Tuesday, April 28 to Sunday, May 3 | Price: $135 to $225

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EAT! Vancouver Hands-on Workshops

Location: Throughout Vancouver | Date: Sunday, April 26 to Friday, May 1 | Price: $45 to $200
Interactive workshops take place throughout the week that allow attendees rare, behind-the-scenes access to some of the city’s hottest restaurants, markets and production facilities:

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Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie: Beef Tataki, Fermented Veggies, Mala Aji Amarillo Sauce and Apple Pearls. If you haven’t watched Chef Joel Watanabe on Munchies then you should YouTube it now!

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Forage: Yarrow duck pastrami, liver parfait, cured yolk, dandelion “marmalade” and wild greens.

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Cinara: Venison bresaola, onion and barley sauce, salted celery and nettles.

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The Dirty Apron Cooking School: Togarashi seared yellow fin tuna with caramelized ginger butter, tomato and sesame brioche.

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Sebastian & Co Fine Meats Ltd: 12 hours smoked brisket tacos with chimichurri and salsa verdi.

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Beaucoup Bakery & Cafe: Cardamon Kouign Amann are so fine!

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Vancouver Aquarium: Ocean Wise albacore tuna tataki cooked perfectly with a sesame finish.

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Tojo’s Restaurant: Smoked sablefish battera.

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Cafe Medina: Chef Jonathan Chovancek creates a Red Lentil Crusted Albacore Tuna with UBC Farm Moroccan Carrot Kimchi. Go Alma Mater for sustainable eating!

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The Lobby Restaurant and Lounge at Pinnacle Hotel: Pan seared Alaskan Weathervane scallop with citrus dungeness crab risotoo, micro greens and beurre rouge. The scallop was so juicy and perfect!

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Pier 7 Restaurant and Bar: Tri-color beet salad with feta cheese, balasamic pearls, toasted buckwheat and micro greens.

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Bella Gelateria: Lemon Pimm’s Gelatini chilled blend of Pimm’s Number 1, ginger liquer, cucumber and mint, topped with ginger beer and served with our lemon sorbetto.

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The Belmont & Legacy Liquor Store: Bourbon braised beef short rib with herb corn bread and kale slaw. Best enjoyed with Wild Turkey 81 Bourbon.

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Edible Canada: Birch syrup glaze pork belly, made with stinging nettle pesto and radishes.

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p2b Bistro & Bar: Mini chocolate gianduja pate triangle with pomegranate coulis and hazelnut nougat.

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EAT! Vancouver Show Dates and Times

URL: http://eat-vancouver.com


  • Friday, May 1 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 2 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Sunday, May 3 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.



Adult $17
Adult ONLINE $15
Senior (65+) $12
Senior (65+) Friday, May 1 before 5 p.m. $6
Youth (ages 13 to 16) $9
Children (ages 12 and under) FREE


General admission tickets for EAT! Vancouver at BC Place taking place May 1 to 3 are available online at www.eat-vancouver.com as well as on-site at Gate A.


777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8
(604) 669-2300

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