If you’ve passed by Homer St. Cafe and Bar over the past few weeks, you may have noticed the windows covered with brown paper and to door closed instead of its usual propped-open position.
At first glance, you’d think it was closed. But once you read the sign posted on the door, you soon find out it was all the caused by an unfortunate flood.
While the restaurant hasn’t announced an official re-opening date, they have found a way to continue to satisfy patrons with their killer cocktails and comforting eats.
The eatery will be operating a pop-up style service starting today (October 6). This will run Monday to Sunday from 5 to 11 pm, and they will also be offering Happy Hour every night.
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With a small but mighty menu with dishes like roasted pork belly, confit tuna, and charcuterie, along with bevies such as house wine, beer, and bubbles, we’re all for this Yaletown haunt’s new “mid-construction” concept.
But don’t worry, you won’t be faced with drywall and paint, the entire pop-up will be taking place in the back upper level of the restaurant, which was not affected by the flood. Head to the patio doors and get that Homer St. goodness.