Food & Drink

The Loft at Earls Yaletown Restaurant & Event Space

Formerly known as V Lounge, this top floor area has been appropriately renamed and relaunched to The Loft at Earls Yaletown.

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BC Tree Fruits – February is Apple Month

In honour of apple month, the Earls Head Chef Martin Keyer created a custom apple-inspired menu and specialty apple spiked beverages to highlight the best of BC Tree Fruits produce.

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Earl’s – Lobster Party in celebration of Alexander Keith’s birthday (Sept 30 to Oct 2, 2011)

In celebration of Alexander Keith’s birthday, Earl’s will be hosting a 3-Day lobster party on their menus. A feat of 1.5 lb fresh Atlantic lobster, with chardonnay butter, chorizo, corn, …

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EARLS – Get Uncorked! (Monday March 23)

Earls Restaurant is opening the Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival. For more information and to purchase tickets ($65), click here.

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Earls-Inspired Warm Mulled Wine

By Guest-writer Alicia Woodside

While waiting to be seated this holiday at Earls, I was pleasantly surprised by an offering of warm, delicious mulled wine. The popular restaurant was using a very unique and appealing way to keep customers pleased during the busy holiday rush. After quickly finishing my mug, I requested Earls’ recipe, which uses a simple and flavourful array of ingredients that would please guests at any gathering this winter. Mulled wine is a winter evening delight and a great addition to bring warmth, comfort, and style to any occasion this winter.


  • 2 bottles red wine: A Zinfandel or Merlot (avoid oak-aged wine, and choose a decent bottle- it doesn’t have to be expensive as it is just being heated anyway)
  • 2 cups water
  • ½ cup cognac
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 10 cracked cardamom pods

Heat-up the flavour elements by bringing the two cups water, cinnamon sticks, and cardamom pods to a boil in a saucepan. Once it boils, lower the heat, and add the wine to the aromatic mixture you have created. Gently heat the wine to a simmer, without allowing it to boil, for anywhere from twenty minutes to two hours. Just before serving, stir in the cognac.

For a gathering, continue to steep the wine as guests arrive to welcome them with the amazing fragrance of fruit and spices. Serve in mugs, and keep the wine warm throughout the evening in a thermos, as guests are likely to want more