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Pop-Up Picnic returns to Robson Street this summer

DH Vancouver Staff Jul 10, 2015 9:05 am

Throughout July and August, Robson Street is taking a bite out of summer once again with Pop-Up Picnic, a fun and delicious promotion to get people outside to enjoy the sun, fresh air and great food.

Pop-Up Picnic features six Robson Street restaurants that have put together quick, tasty and well-priced menu options for people to choose from, including pizza, tacos, burgers, salad and more. The best part is that the Robson Street Business Association will be donating $1 to the Vancouver Food Bank for every lunch ordered.

Participating restaurants include ABODE, Cactus Club, Café Crepe, Earls, Milestones and Steamrollers. And if you’re looking for a spot to dine outside, perch yourself at the Pop-Up Picnic area at 1100 Robson, check out Urban Pasture in front of Café Crepe or visit the Porch Parade at the 800 block of Robson Street.

Detailed menus can be found at Grab your family, friends or co-workers and get your picnic on.

“Pop-Up Picnic embraces the best aspects of summer: fresh air, sun, relaxation, and indulging in great food and people watching,” says Teri Smith, Executive Director of the Robson Street Business Association. “And where better to enjoy them than on Robson Street.”

Robson Street Business Association is a non-profit organization that works to promote and enhance the economic development of the approximately 200 commercial businesses and properties along Robson Street between Burrard and Jervis.


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