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Chambar Restaurant to Stay Open for 24 Hours in Charity Fundraiser (March 26 to 27)

From March 26 to March 27, Chambar Restaurant in Vancouver will be open for 24 hours and serving patrons around the clock, donating 100% of its sales to Vancouver-based charity Universal Outreach’s anti-poverty honey and beekeeping initiatives in Liberia.

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A First Look at the Beautiful New Location of Chambar Restaurant

A couple weeks ago, Modern Mix Vancouver gave its readers a sneak peek of Chambar’s new location while it was still under construction.  Now, the new Chambar has officially opened to the …

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A Sneak-Peek of Chambar’s New Location

When someone asks for recommendations for fine dining in Vancouver, or a carefully crafted cocktail, more often than not, the award winning Chambar Restaurant in Gastown makes the list.

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Dirty Apron Cooking School – Team Building Group Events

Modern Mix Vancouver was at the opening of Dirty Apron Cooking School back in 2009.  Over three years later, I’ve finally had a chance to return as a “student” for …

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Weekend Brunch Series – Cafe Media (556 Beatty Street)

The neighbouring sister restaurant to Chambar, Cafe Medina, is arguably one of Vancouver’s most popular weekend brunch spots.  Line-ups 10 – 20 people deep are usually seen outside the small …

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MONTECRISTO Monday – Chambar’s Antique Doors

Last week, MONTECRISTO magazine announced that Voya Restaurant’s mixologist and head bartender, Jay Jones, would be joining its contributing team. Jay is in good company, with Karri Schuermans, proprietor of Chambar Belgian Restaurant, also writing a piece. Chambar recently acquired a unit adjacent to their restaurant, and have undergone a few renovations to transform the space into an elegant private dining room. While guests will surely notice the grand antique Egyptian doors that lead them into the room, only Schuermans can appreciate the joy and frustration of getting them there—until now, that is. Schuermans shares the story of how she acquired these beautiful doors, in MONTECRISTO’s upcoming spring issue.

They came from a man named Harry Stryer, who has an antique warehouse tucked away on Franklin Street. Harry travels all over the world, and is often hard to track down, but when he finally returns to Vancouver, he always brings back with him something unique.

MONTECRISTO magazine is a regional lifestyle quarterly created for the discerning, cultured Vancouverite, and is designed with the highest standard of quality in mind. The upcoming spring issue of MONTECRISTO will be available at Chapters/Indigo stores across Greater Vancouver, as of April 20th. www.montecristomagazine.com

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