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This little hideaway in a back alley, with its communal tables and chalkboard menus, is where I go with friends when we want to share snacks. They match wines to "tasting trios" selected... Full review →
Keeping it elegantly simple, this kitchen-free concept does combinations of artisanal cheeses, superb cured meats and luscious condiments like mustards, chutneys and rosemary-marinated...
Located in a scuzzy back alley in Gastown, Salt Tasting Room is an unlikely destination on Vancouver's culinary map. But this wine bar is a popular spot with local foodies, particularly chefs and kitchen crews.
The restaurant has no kitchen and simply assembles its first-quality provisions that change daily... into artfully composed grazers' delight. Full review →
Salt is unique and a wonderful place to get a good, fairly inexpensive meal. Full review →
Salt Tasting Room Restaurant Review: Wine, cheese, charcuterie, condiments. That is all thatâs on offer at this pared-down room located along rough-and-tumble Blood Alley in... Full review →Choose three meats or three cheeses and three condiments, plus three wines from the extensive wine list or leave the pairings to Saltâs capable wine-aware staff.
You can choose your own dining adventure at this charcuterie hideout where patrons pick three items from a rotating selection of meat, cheese and “condiments” – such as almonds or...You can choose your own dining adventure at this charcuterie hideout where patrons pick three items from a rotating selection of meat, cheese and “condiments” – such as almonds or cornichons ($16).
Go for pre- or post-dinner drinks and nibbles, or succumb to a big boozy night out. Full review →
This unusual eatery off historic Blood Alley is trendy even for Gastown, with a bare-bones constellation of menu items changed daily and displayed on a giant chalkboard. Full review →
It's “all about nibbles and sipping” at this “interesting” Gastowner gastropub in a somewhat “wacky” location on “shady” Blood Alley, where fans and their “foodie friends” “mix-and-match”... Full review →