TransLink has officially offered to be your tour guide around top foodie spots in Metro Vancouver.
The regional transportation network has teamed up with WestCoastFood to take patrons on curated restaurant and brewery tours through a new initiative called Dine the Line.
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Dine the Line will encourage Vancouverites and tourists to hop on transit while enjoying a delicious day out.
The campaign will set out new culinary experiences for all, with maps and videos to highlight a variety of restaurant and brewery tours.
Currently, there are three experiences guests can embark on through Dine the Line:
- Breweries and Bites via Millennium Line
- Dim Sum to Dinner via Canada Line
- World Cuisine via Expo Line
There are 13 destination marketing groups that are taking part including Coquitlam, Burnaby, and Vancouver.
Ride the Millennium Line from @VisitCoquitlam to @Tourism_Burnaby to @MyVancouver and discover the must-try craft breweries and delicious bites along the way: https://t.co/6hPZyq2Fh5 #WestCoastFood #DinetheLine @TransLink pic.twitter.com/OTmPPJhlvj
— WestCoastFood.ca (@WestCoastFoodca) May 9, 2019
“We want people to get out there and experience Metro Vancouver’s unique dining and brewpub neighbourhoods and we want people to use transit to get there,” said TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond.
New culinary experiences will be posted every week to WestCoastFood, along with preloaded Compass Cards and restaurant gift cards too.