Chef Gabriel Rucker took over the helm at Little Bird late 2015 and continues to keep the downtown hot spot relevant and some say even more exciting. Rucker was named 2011 Rising Star Chef and in 2013 took home Best Chef Northwest. Little Bird is a go-to for a business lunch to a celebratory dinner... read more
Petit Trois is part of the very successful line up of restaurants by Chef Ludo Lefebvre. This concept pays homage to his French roots using some of his grandmothers recipes (one of which are the popular escargots). Seeing the need for a classic French cafe, Ludo opened Petit Trois. Here you will find staples of... read more
Traditional French café cuisine meets modern digs best describes the vibe at Le Sel nestled near Vanderbilt University. The Goldberg's have done it again with another winning concept with excellent food, a fantastic beverage program, and a stellar build out. Definitely recommend this spot for weekend brunch or a fantastic lunch.
L'Abattoir is located in a historic building which housed Vancouver's first prison in the bustling meat packing district. Named for its "colorful history", L'Abattoir is a casual restaurant the serves "French influenced West Coast cuisine" in the Gastown district. They are dedicated to highlighting the finer points of eating and drinking in L’Abattoir’s informal setting. Service is unpretentious... read more
Chef Schuermans hails from Belgium where he completed his culinary degree. His apprenticeship was with ‘La Villa Lorraine’ (two star Michelin), and went on to work as Chef de Partie for ‘Comme Chez Soi’ (three star Michelin for 20 years). Schauermans went on to a position in Australia and New York before settling in... read more