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a nose-to-tail feast
The next dinner in the Campagnolo Supper Club series is Get Cracklin, a nose-to-tail feast to be held in the upstairs private dining room on April 17. Chef Ted Anderson is preparing a whole suckling pig accompanied by seasonal sides, to be served family style and shared at communal tables. Only 30 seats available so get cracklin...
Get Cracklin Details:
April 17, 2013
$59* (inclusive of tax and tip)
*beverages are additional
About the Campagnolo Supper Club:
Campagnolo Restaurant is honoured to have some incredibly talented cooks on our team. Although we specialize in Italian cuisine our chefs and cooks are only limited by their imaginations. The Campagnolo Supper Club allows our team to explore new ideas, celebrate many traditions and techniques. A new event will occur every month and be posted on our website and facebook page.
When & Where
Serving rustic Italian dishes made with integrity, from locally sourced seasonal ingredients in a welcoming space, Campagnolo is famous for an authentic attitude towards Northern Italian cooking and nose to tail butchery. Though spacious and open, the atmosphere is cozy and intimate in the 65-seat dining room and 25-seat wine bar. Campagnolo was named one of the hottest new restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveller and is consistently recognized at the annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards. Located only five minutes from Rogers Arena, Campagnolo is just steps from major corridors into Vancouver’s downtown core. Campagnolo is open seven days a week for lunch from 11:30am – 2:30pm, and dinner nightly from 5pm. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis with reservations only taken for parties of eight or more dining with one of Campagnolo’s family-style group menus.