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EVENT: 2017 Oscars Viewing Party at Cinema Public House (February 26, 2017)

Celebrate the Oscars like a superstar at Cinema Public House with dinner, cocktails, and the red carpet pizzazz during the big show on February 26, 2017.

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MMV Weekend Brunch Series – The Blackbird Public House & Oyster Bar

Located in the financial district of Downtown Vancouver, Blackbird is set apart from the other Donnelly Group venues because food is at the forefront of this restaurant.

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Hooker's Green – now open in Yaletown

The Donnelly Group has launched its latest venue, Hooker’s Green, located directly downstairs from the New Oxford (1144 Homer Street), serving as a rec room for the popular Yaletown venue. …

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The Donnelly Group Commits to Purchasing Products from Save on Meats

Just announced today, The Donnelly Group (The Academic, The Bimini, The Calling, Cinema, The Lamplighter, Metropole, etc.) has committed to purchasing products from restaurateur Mark Brand’s Save on Meats for …

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The Bimini Public House – re-opened

The Donnelly Group’s collection of bars and clubs in Vancouver carves a large spot in the Vancouver nightlife scene. The Bimini Public House in the heart of Kitsilano was the …

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The New Oxford opens in Yaletown

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I drive past this area most mornings, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that The Donnelly Group has opened yet another bar/restaurant .  This time, the group brings “its signature style and a little taste of Britian to Yaletown with the opening of The New Oxford” (1144 Homer Street).  Read below for the press release – I hope to check this one out for myself soon:

A tongue-in-cheek nod to both the world-renowned University of Oxford and British sporting culture, The New Oxford sits proudly on the edge of Yaletown, a welcome addition to Vancouver’s notoriously trendy neighborhood. Vintage touring bikes line the ceiling, leading the eye to a looming portrait of literary genius, misfit and Oxford alumni Oscar Wilde. A long view of the room – which runs the width of the entire city block – reveals rustic gray millwork, classic pub-style furniture and black & white photos of various other notable Oxford grads. The 50-foot long cantilevered bar serves as the room’s centerpiece, leading visitors into a ‘study’ motif, complete with taxidermy, original-print hardcover books, vintage sporting gear and even more comfortable seating.

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