How U-Feast Vancouver is going to seriously spice up your dining life
You’ve had the conversation a million times.
It usually starts with the seemingly simple yet often complicated question: Where do you want to eat tonight?
It’s tricky. You want something new and not too expensive, but you also want to ensure you’re getting high-quality food that will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Nobody wants a late-night donair run after spending $35 on a less-than-filling quinoa bowl two hours prior.
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It’s because of situations like this that humans become creatures of habit. We tend to head to the closest, most familiar spot over and over again because dependability trumps everything when you’re hangry.
Well, it’s finally time to drop the donair sauce, friends, because U-Feast Vancouver is here to seriously spice things up in your dining life.
The company has just arrived on the west coast from Toronto, where they’ve had great success operating curated, one-of-a-kind, and interactive dining experiences with local restaurant partners and venues in the city.
Basically, they are the Airbnb of cool food and drink experiences: one night only, totally off menu eats, never to be done again, and at one set price.
That’s right: All drinks and gratuity included within a single purchase. The only thing you’ll need your wallet for at a U-Feast event is to pay for the cab ride home.
The dinners are essentially long table-style ticketed events where people can meet, mingle, and dine together. These experiences are highly interactive, and you’ll definitely be getting a full serving of edu-tainment throughout the evening.
Go with a group or hit it solo, as U-Feast events are meant to encourage those with adventurous palettes to connect and feast together without breaking the bank. Events typically cost anywhere from $50 to $70 for five or six courses.
In Vancouver, U-Feast has already teamed up with Memphis Blues, Vij’s, Wildebeest, and Cartem’s for upcoming events – and it’s just the beginning.
Past events in Toronto have even included brunches and Happy Hours, resulting in over 10,000 active users in the area.
Each event is curated and themed with the restaurant partner, so you’ll never see an event happen twice.
Check out what’s coming up with U-Feast, reserve your place, and show up to feast!