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Dine Out #3 at Gramercy Grill, a date night with Mr. We chose this place because they offer 4 options for appetizers and desserts, and 6 options for entrees. Some cost extra, but we like options!

Dine Out at Gramercy Grill

Dine Out at Gramercy Grill

Food

To start, I ordered Trio of Oysters. I thought it was a nice way to start given that it’s not another beet salad or squash soup (haha!). I got three decent size Chefs Creek Oysters, meaty with a light, clean finish.

Trio of Oysters of the Day

Trio of Oysters of the Day – mignonette or classic cocktail sauce

Mr. ordered the Beef Tenderloin Carpaccio. It’s not a huge plate but just enough meat to whet your appetite. (more…)

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The Arts Club Theatre Company just announced the lineup of its Fall 2011 Celebrity Chef Cooking Classes series. In May, Mr. and I were invited to one of the Spring classes and it was a ton of fun. We truly enjoyed Chef Ned Bell’s food and the warm hospitality of our host Leah.

Chef Ned Bell (right) and Host Leah

Chef Ned Bell (right) and Host Leah

Event Details

Each class is held in a gorgeous private home and features a three-hour interactive cooking demonstration. It includes a four-course dinner with specially paired wines.

Attendees invited to help with dishes

Attendees invited to help with dishes

This series currently is scheduled to run from Oct 4 to Nov 17 with more in the works. This is an event tailored to foodies while supporting the Arts Club Theatre Company. Here’s the lineup:

  • Tuesday October 4: Alana Peckham, Cru
  • Wednesday October 19: Shane McNeil, Bridges
  • Wednesday November 2: Dennis Huang, Gramercy Grill
  • Wednesday November 9: Jason Liezert, Boneta
  • Thursday November 17: Chris Mills, JOEY Restaurants

Tickets for each of these events are $125 per person and include a $50 tax receipt. For tickets and info, call 604.687.5315 x248 or email specialevents@artsclub.com. Further details can be found on the Arts Club Theatre Company website.

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(Editor’s note: Here is Mr.‘s take, part 2 of 2 of the Eat Vancouver series.)

The Likes

New India Buffet & Restaurant – Butter Chicken with Rice

This was the first thing I ate at the event. So my judgement might’ve been a little blinded by hunger. I ordered the butter chicken (safe bet I know). I was almost too hungry to really taste it. But I have a feeling it was delicious. Compared to what my friends had, mine was bigger, thicker, spicier, more flavourful, oh and my butter chicken was better too.

Butter Chicken and Rice

I’m no expert in Indian food, but this gets a thumbs up from me. However words don’t mean as much as this empty plate.

Empty Plate

Gramercy Grill – Mac & Blue Cheese with Meatballs

Blue cheese in Mac and Cheese? WHAT? For those of you that don’t like strong cheese, (more…)

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