We’re offering a delicious taste of health for the Commercial Drive Brunch Crawl this Sun, Feb 5, presented by Vancouver Foodster and Dine Out Vancouver. We’d love to reveal our offering but you’ve gotta get a ticket to find out! For tickets and more info visit here
We’ve joined forces with 22 other venues for the 7th annual Hot Chocolate Festival from Jan 19-Feb 14! The festival brings together Vancouver’s best chocolatiers, pastry shops, bakeries, cafes, gelato and ice cream makers to make the humble hot chocolate hotter than it has ever been before.
Each venue is offering at least two drink+treat pairings which have been created specifically for the festival. Eternal Abundance is the only cafe to offer entirely vegan, organic, and gluten free (and nut free) entries:
~ Green Silk Kimono: our creamy white chocolate matcha creation paired with a housemade adzuki beanblack sesame shortbread cookie
~ Chaga Hot Chocolate: our house hot chocolate with a base of immune-boosting chaga mushroom. Served with a delectable Coconut Creme Truffle by Zimt Chocolates of North Vancouver
Come one, come all! We’re hosting a New Years vegan potluck on Sun, Jan 8 with the lovely Emily von Euw of This Rawsome Vegan Life! It’s gonna be BIG with good folks and lots of plant-based grub! We hope you’ll be there too! Bring a dish for 5-8 ppl, your own plate, cup and cutlery, and an ingredient list for those with allergies or inquisitive minds. Peanut butter fudge bar creation and photo by Emily www.thisrawsomeveganlife.com
Stop in for a bowl of our daily soup and we’ll donate $1 to fundraise for “Nourishing Our Neighbourhood”, an annual fundraiser for Vancouver Neighbourhood Food Networks, a coalition of organizations working together to advance food security at the community level with community and school gardens, cooking classes, food skills workshops, community kitchens and more.
Salmon Confidential (2013) documents biologist Alexandra Morton‘s journey as she attempts to overcome government and industry roadblocks thrown in her path and works to bring critical information to the public in time to save BC’s wild salmon. Presented by Sea Shepherd and followed by a Q & A session with campaigners about the recent Operation Virus Hunter Campaign.
Thurs, Oct 13. Doors @ 7:30, film starts at 8pm
$10 minimum donation includes an organic cookie and tea. Proceeds from the door go to support Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw and Dr. Morton in their continued efforts to save BC’s wild salmon.