2 Delicious Drink Events in Vancouver This November
- October 24, 2019
Did you know that Vancouver is home to a burgeoning beverage scene? Whether you prefer to sip on craft beer, whiskey, or wine, there’s a fantastically boozy festival for you in the city this November.
Sample thousands of the finest varieties of craft beer, scotch, and whiskeys from around the world at the Hopscotch Festival. From November 18-24, this annual event takes place in the sprawling 50,000 square foot PNE Forum and, along with a plethora of samples, provides a great opportunity to learn about brews and spirits. There will also be great food to pair with your libations — from snacks to full-size dinners — as well as live music to make the exploration experience that much more fun.
The iconic Science World at TELUS World of Science will play host to the very first Uncorked: A Celebration of the Science of Wine on November 14. Along with wine tastings of some hard-to-find varieties from five award-winning wineries, the inaugural annual event will also feature demonstrations, hands-on educational experiences, and opportunities to meet and mingle with top winemakers, viticulturists, and chefs. Also, there will be stations set up for food-wine pairings offering delicious culinary creations prepared by chefs from the grommet restaurants at Mission Hill Family Estate and CedarCreek Estate Winery.
Georgian Court Hotel Vancouver is conveniently located right in the heart of the city, making it easy to get to both festivals as well as all of the popular local attractions. Our boutique luxury hotel also boasts bright, spacious, and comfortable rooms that are equipped with thoughtful details including Beekman 1802® bath products, yoga mats and umbrellas.
- November 13, 2019
- Things to do
What is the ultimate Vancouver experience a visitor can have? Catching a Canucks game, of course! The hockey team is a major point of pride for the city and 2019 marks their 50th anniversary season.
- October 14, 2019
- Things to do
Want to really get to know Vancouver’s arts and culture scene? If you’re visiting the city this November, be sure to check out the annual Eastside Culture Crawl — a four-day festival that has local artists opening up their personal studios and galleries to the public.