Boulevard to Host Exclusive ‘La Paulée’-Style Wine Dinner Series Starting May 30


Vancouver, BC, exhibits the award-prevailing eating place’s pinnacle-shelf wine program when he hosts a chain of 3 distinctive ‘La Paulée’-fashion wine dinners on May 30, September 19, and November 24. The series from Boulevard — which was currently singled out for the No. 31 spots on the 2019 list of Canada’s a hundred Best Restaurants and the ‘Best Hotel Dining’ nod at 2019 Where to Dine Vancouver awards — follows the culture of the annual ‘La Paulée de Meursault’ party that would acquire vignerons, cellar and winery employees and the network in Burgundy, France together for a communal feast where winemakers would exhibit their most prized bottles following the harvest.

Boulevard to Host Exclusive ‘La Paulée’-Style Wine Dinner Series Starting May 30 1
Boulevard’s spin on the celebratory event invitations wine enthusiasts to deliver their great bottles to the desk and enjoy multi-course menus custom-created for each event employing Boulevard’s award-winning chefs, Alex Chen and Roger Ma. The first dinner within the collection will highlight Burgundy & Northern Rhône and characteristic such French-stimulated fare as pâté en croûte, hen roulade of Thiessen Farm quail and red meat short rib ‘Bourguignon’ in addition to a cheese direction and bonbon service provided with the aid of Executive Pastry Chef Kenta Takahashi.

The May 30 dinner might be observed with the aid of extra ‘La Paulée’ activities taking a center level in Boulevard’s non-public dining quarters on September 19 (Bordeaux 2000 and earlier) and November 24 (Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino), respectively. All three activities begin with a 6 p.m. Reception accompanied by the aid of a dinner carrier.

“When we expected this series, our motive changed to offer connoisseurs a unique possibility to interrupt bread, proportion stories, and appreciate prized bottles from their cellars with fellow wine fans,” says Potters. “We look forward to hosting those dinners and spotlighting a number of the very satisfactory examples of Old-World wines in putting that simply befits the occasion.”

TICKETS constrained many tickets to Boulevard’s ‘La Paulée’ dinners to be had for $125 in line with man or woman plus tax and gratuity via calling the eating place at 604-642-2900. Guests are required to deliver one bottle of rare, library, or restricted-version wine per person that displays the local awareness of each occasion — Burgundy & Northern Rhône on May 30, Bordeaux 2000 and in advance on September 19 and Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino on November 24.

ABOUT BOULEVARD KITCHEN & OYSTER BAR in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar redefines the great artwork of dining with diffused, surprising, and playful approaches to cuisine, provider, and style. From the all-megastar front-of-residence crew to the acute attention to element in design to the understated elegance of the restaurant’s seafood-centered cuisine infused with informal West Coast flair, Boulevard units forth an uncompromising fashionable of excellence assured to seize the eye of meals-savvy Vancouver residents and site visitors on plate and palate alike. Paired with a terrific provider, a wide-ranging selection of wine and cocktails, and a real European environment in a traditional yet current setting, Boulevard — winner of the 2018 Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards for Best Seafood, Best Upscale, and Chef of the Year (Alex Chen), considered one of Canada’s a hundred Best Restaurants 2019 and Where To Dine Vancouver’s 2019 preference for Best Hotel Dining — offers breakfast (6:30 to 11 a.M.), lunch (11 a.M. To three p.M.), dinner (five to 10 p.M.) and past due-night time service until 1 a.M. In its adjoining Gerard Lounge seven days every week, as well as weekend brunch from eleven a.m. To three p.M. And a happy hour from 3 p.M. To five:30 p.M.