When Julia Robert’s newest film “Eat Pray Love,” based on the bestselling Elizabeth Gilbert novel, opens on August 13, moviegoers will come away from the theatre with a serious craving for Italian food. Who can resist watching someone like Roberts savour gorgeous Italian fare and then not want some for themselves?
Satisfy that craving with “Eat Stay Love” at the Pan Pacific Vancouver. Highlighted is the Opera Buffet taking place every Saturday night in the Cafe Pacifica. The waterfront restaurant’s airy space transforms into a feast for the senses with live opera from the Burnaby Lyric Opera Society, operatic tenor Edd Wright and other local artists. The music is timeless, whetting the appetite for an exquisite Italian Opera Buffet.
“Our revitalized Italian Opera Buffet reflects traditional fare from the regions featured in Eat Pray Love, as well as many of our guests’ favourite Italian dishes,” says Chef Daryle Nagata. “Our team, inspired by the passion of Italy, will present a diverse array of food including a fresh pasta station with sumptious sauces, fresh vegtables, meats and seafood; delectable entrées including roast leg of duck and baked Gorgonzola polenta; and to top it all off, a decadent dessert table begs more than one trip back.”
A selection of Italian wines including the Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio and Brunello di Montalcino Frescobaldi pairs perfectly with an “Eat Stay Love” experience at the Pan Pacific Vancouver. Room nights at the luxurious waterfront hotel start at $219 per night. The Pan Pacific’s superb location in the heart of Vancouver boasts panoramic views of the North Shore and Stanley Park, and features beautifully appointed rooms and a rooftop, outdoor saltwater pool and hot tub. Eat and stay at the Pan Pacific Vancouver and the love will flow naturally.
Reservations for the Opera Buffet and for room nights can be arranged by calling:
(604) 662-8111, (800) 663-1515 — CAN or (800) 937-1515 — USA.