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Martini Madness in support of Walk so Kids Can Talk Vancouver
Join us November 3rd for an evening of friendly bartending competition and local networking, all in support of the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO, taking place Sunday, May 7, 2017.
Three guest bartenders will square off with their martini creations, the winner to be determined by popular vote. All proceeds will support Kids Help Phone.
So come out, cast your ballots, and mingle with others in local Vancouver business, all while supporting kids in the community.
*** Drink Tickets are $10 at the door CASH ONLY, which includes 3 martinis (yes, you read that right!) Please RSVP through the Register button above. We will also be giving out 2 free movie passes to Landmark Cinemas EVERYONE who attends. $10 = 3 martinis and 2 movie tickets, a sweet deal!
Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
The event takes place on the pub side (to the left of entrance)
Meet your bartenders:
An IT whiz-kid (man? wizard!) by day and a master mixologist by night! Jeff has been honing his bar skills through 19 years of home-bartending experience all for this one night! Come on down and get a drink shaken up and bounce a few home computer questions off him at the same time, why not? Everyone else does!!
David has 7 years of bartending experience to his name, most of which from his hometown of Ottawa, Ontario. Currently working at a Consulting firm, he still finds ways to experiment with different cocktails in his spare time through weddings, events, and/or social gatherings with friends. Extremely outgoing and personable, David will always have that bartender in him willing to share a good laugh over a great cocktail.
Andrew is a bartender at Boston Pizza as well as a barback at Celebrities Nightclub. This bartender has been working in nightclubs around Vancouver, where he has learned how to pour drinks from some of the sharpest bartenders in the city. He loves to speak and listen on many topics, so come have a seat at the bar and stay a while.
Unable to attend this year? You can still support Kids Help Phone by making a donation.