Join us April 5th for an evening of friendly bartending competition and local networking, brought to you by the planning committee of the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO.
Three guest bartenders will slamdown with their martini creations, the winner to be determined by your vote. There will also be a live DJ on site and a 50/50 cash prize. All proceeds to benefit 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.
Thursday April 5th, 2017 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
The event takes place on the lounge 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!!
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.
Although now officially retired from the service industry after 11 years and working in finance, Lise is making a reappearance at Martini Madness! Her bartender's flair may be minimal (her favourite bartending tool is the corkscrew), but makes up for it with an A+ effort. Having worked at hot spots in Calgary and Vancouver, Lise’s favourite part of the job is getting to know you over your favourite cocktail.
Unable to attend? You can still support Kids Help Phone by making a donation.
You can learn more about Kids Help Phone at www.kidshelpphone.ca and about their upcoming walk fundraiser in the Yaletown area at www.walksokidscantalk.ca.