On Thursday 6th of October, a very special event is coming to town, one to note down in any foodie's diary. With a very limited number of seats, the Ally Pad Studio (Commercial Drive area, Vancouver) will transform into the form of the EatWild pop-up restaurant.
With live jazz music on the Piano with Gregory Shea, Siobhan Humston our host with her eclectic, artistic flair and the EatWild Chef on the food cooking up a storm with the finest seasonal, organic, locally sourced ingredients we can get our hands on!
Tickets are priced at $40.00 and are non-refundable. Book tickets above through PayPal.
(Address details will be sent out 3 days prior to the event)
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org with queries about the menu, allergies or any other topics regarding the events.
More info on the artists:
Visual artist SIOBHÁN HUMSTON has lived and worked at ALLEY PAD STUDIO, a former clothing factory in the Commercial Drive neighbourhood, for over three years. With its sixteen foot ceilings, one-thousand square foot studio space and back lane entrance, it is a loft in the true sense of the word: spacious, unique and raw. As well as her full-time art practice for which she creates work to exhibit internationally, she hosts reading and film nights, open studios, home concerts and now, as an extension of her love of the culinary arts, is excited to be one of the first in Vancouver to pick up on the POP-UP RESTAURANT trend out of London, England.
Gregory Shea has performed professionally both as a band leader and as a solo guest entertainer. Mr. Shea now resides in Vancouver where he performs as a solo lounge pianist in many upscale hotel piano lounges, offering audiences a wide variety of classic jazz standards and ole style New Orleans blues delivered in the tradition of Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Dr. John. His soulful tunes add spice to any dish.
- Thanks for visiting! A bit about me: I co-run the roaming international EatWild Project, which is a pop-up dinner/underground restaurant. On my days off I forage for fresh and new produce from various farms and the countryside. I like to stay on top of food trends and work on developing recipes. Connect with me on twitter at www.twitter.com/eatwildproject and on facebook at www.facebook.com/eatwildchef ! Feel free to also reach out by email to eatwildproject (at) gmail.com .