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Get up to $150 back when you book trip to Dine Out Vancouver – StandOUT

Need a little inspiration for your next weekend getaway? The Coast is calling, and you should answer. Experience an unforgettable culinary experience at Canada’s largest celebration of food and drink, the Dine Out Vancouver Festival.

The festival kicks off on Jan. 20, 2023, for its 21st season and runs until Feb. 5, 2023. The annual foodie fest features more than 350 restaurants offering multi-course meals from $20 to $65, plus a series of culinary experiences, tours, events and hotel offers.

Now visitors from the Interior have even more incentive to enjoy a culinary adventure in the city; when you book a hotel stay on the Dine Out website during the festival dates, you will receive a $75 Mastercard gift card for up to two nights.

“You can apply those to the cost of the hotel, or you can use them to go out to dinner or shopping,” Dine Out Vancouver Festival manager Lucas Pavan says.

In recent years, Vancouver has garnered an international reputation for excellent food.

“Vancouver is now one of two destinations in Canada that are Michelin-rated destinations,” Pavan says.

“We have 19 restaurants that are participating in Dine Out Vancouver that have been star-rated or recommended by the Michelin Guide. Within North America, there are only seven destinations that have been rated by Michelin.”

In addition to hundreds of great restaurants to enjoy multi-course meals in, Dine Out Vancouver also offers unique food experiences that take your dining experience to new heights.

Here is just a sample of some of the events you can enjoy (and taste!) during your trip:

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Get up to $150 back when you book a trip to Dine Out Vancouver – Think Local

Need a little inspiration for your next weekend getaway? The Coast is calling, and you should answer. Experience an unforgettable culinary experience at Canada’s largest celebration of food and drink, the Dine Out Vancouver Festival.

The festival kicks off on Jan. 20, 2023, for its 21st season and runs until Feb. 5, 2023. The annual foodie fest features more than 350 restaurants offering multi-course meals from $20 to $65, plus a series of culinary experiences, tours, events and hotel offers.

Now visitors from the Interior have even more incentive to enjoy a culinary adventure in the city; when you book a hotel stay on the Dine Out website during the festival dates, you will receive a $75 Mastercard gift card for up to two nights.

“You can apply those to the cost of the hotel, or you can use them to go out to dinner or shopping,” Dine Out Vancouver Festival manager Lucas Pavan says.

In recent years, Vancouver has garnered an international reputation for excellent food.

“Vancouver is now one of two destinations in Canada that are Michelin-rated destinations,” Pavan says.

“We have 19 restaurants that are participating in Dine Out Vancouver that have been star-rated or recommended by the Michelin Guide. Within North America, there are only seven destinations that have been rated by Michelin.”

In addition to hundreds of great restaurants to enjoy multi-course meals in, Dine Out Vancouver also offers unique food experiences that take your dining experience to new heights.

Here is just a sample of some of the events you can enjoy (and taste!) during your trip:

Introduction to Dim Sum

Dim sum is a unique tradition where food is part of a bonding experience shared with friends and

Read the rest

New York City’s Plaza Hotel Just Launched A $19,000 Picnic Experience

Summer is the perfect time to spend time outdoors with the family or a loved one. And there’s no more classic way of enjoying that than by planning a picnic. But what if that traditional pastime was more than just some basic sandwiches? What if it was one of the most luxurious experiences ever. Well, that’s precisely what The Plaza Hotel just did by announcing The Elevated Plaza Hamptons Picnic, which comes with a hefty price tag of a cool $19,000.

What makes a picnic cost so much? Well, you take a private helicopter from Manhattan to The Hamptons for your lunch. Once you arrive at the ritzy beach town, you head to the beach where the Plaza already has an over-the-top picnic set up. You start with a glass of champagne before moving on to the decadent seafood options like Little Neck Clams and Peconic oysters to shrimp cocktails or caviar blinis. And for the picnic finale, you’ll get to chow down on steamed lobster with lemon wedges and truffle butter.

When the day ends, the picnic experts will handle the packing as you fly back to your Castle on Central Park South. You can soak in the scenery along the way as Wings Air will provide a private tour overlooking some of Manhattan’s most sought attractions.

If the $19,000 price tag is too much to swallow, there is a cheaper option. Although, it’s also not exactly cheap. As part of the partnership with Perfect Picnic NYC, the hotel created the Perfect Plaza Picnic, which is an alfresco dining experience in famous Central Park.

This option includes walking through Central Park to Gapstow Bridge, where a luxurious picnic set-up is

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