Provence Marinaside News and Events
Dine Out Vancouver returns January 19, 2018 for 17 days. This 3-course menu with optional wine and petit wine pairings start from $45.
Everybody likes to celebrate during the holiday season, and for Vancouverites, that often means brunch. Do you find it hard sometimes to find a good brunch on week days? We’re here to fix that problem with a bakers week of brunches. Is that a thing? Has anyone ever heard of it before? If not, then […]
At Provence, summer weather always means a new menu with great new seafood options, and in May we get fresh BC Spot Prawns. Spot Prawn season this year is set to open in mid-May, so we plan to begin offering our Spot Prawn menu on May 15.
New Year’s Eve 2019 is just around the corner, and we’re ready to party. Join us for an elegant early dinner before moving on to other things, or choose to join us later, have dinner and party through the end of the year. We’ve got live music from Harris and DeBray starting at 8:30, the […]
For as long as we’ve been here on this planet, the sharing of food has been a universal thing across cultures. During the holiday season this is more evident than ever with office parties, family gatherings, and celebrations with friends. The University of Tartu has a great article from 2015 that gets into this subject […]
For the first time, Provence is celebrating Halloween! We’ve celebrated at The Wine Bar in the past, but never in the main restaurant. To mark the occasion, we’re combining Provençal French with American Bayou French with a New Orleans styled dinner party. Hip Pocket will be playing the Scary Sounds of New Orleans with Gary […]
When Wine Director Joshua Carlson, and Chef/Owner Jean-Francis Quaglia approached Heidi Noble from JoieFarm a to ask if they would be interested in doing a winemakers dinner, it was a resounding yes. In Heidi’s words, “We don’t often do winemaker’s dinners, however it was a great honour to have been asked by Provence Marinaside because […]
Taste Of Yaletown has come a long way from its humble beginnings 14 years ago when it was a secret whispered about around the neighbourhood. With close to 30 restaurants participating last year (and likely more this year), TOY has become an event looked forward to by diners from all over the Lower Mainland. This […]
The leaves are changing, the air is cooling, the kids are returning to school, the tourists have (mostly) gone home, and the Chef’s Top Ten is back at Provence – it must be fall! We like featuring our Top Ten dishes each fall; it’s our way of saying thank you to the locals for their […]
Week 1 of the Chef’s Top Ten features Sous Chef Mohit’s Seared Tarragon Chicken Thigh followed by one of Chef Jean Francis’ favourites, Seared Lois Lake Steelhead. This is Mohit’s third time contributing to the Top Ten, and in my opinion, his dish is one of the standouts this year. Don’t delay, make your reservation today […]
Until recently, I had no idea what the word tartine meant… I vaguely knew that it was food, but that’s about it. When you search Wikipedia for tartine, you get an article about a really great sounding bakery in San Francisco’s Mission district. (It sounds like a lovely place, you should check it out if […]