Our daily lunch, dinner, and drink specials keep the crowds coming in every single day of the week. But when the weekends hit we like to reward patrons with something special, even if it means our kitchen has to work even harder than normal (we treat them well, we promise!).
Our weekend menu includes three extra special items that we feel deserve a spotlight of their own, which is why we’re using this week’s blog to deliver accordingly. These dishes are more than the result of a recipe, they are steeped in history, culture, and hold significance for many households, a significance that spans from Mexico and has made its way up here to the Pacific Northwest. Curious? Let’s take a look at three dishes that will provide you with a unique dining experience on your next (and many more to come) Vancouver weekend.
Three Unique Dishes Exclusive to Salsa & Agave’s Weekend Menu
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Are you sick of hearing everyone talking about pumpkin spice lattes? Does the phrase “back to school” still strike fear and loathing in your soul? Are you baffled by people who get excited about wearing scarves, cardigans, and knee-high boots once again? Then this article (and our restaurant) is for you.
It’s hard to let go of the summer in Vancouver. Nothing brings the city to life quite like warm temperatures, sunny skies, and PNE lines (ok, maybe not the latter). Well, who says you have to let it go? Instead, you can find solace from the impending autumn and winter by becoming a regular at one place that makes summer an all year affair – Salsa & Agave.
5 Reasons Our Restaurant Will Help You Find an Endless Summer in Vancouver
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“Unique” is a tricky word in the restaurant world. It walks a fine line that often crosses over in to gimmicky territory. Those gimmicks may garner initial interest, but the novelty wears off quick, and often results in a lack of repeat business and nonexistent loyal customer base.
What are those gimmicks? There are many. They range from purposely rude servers (a concept made famous by the likes of Wiener’s Circle in Chicago) to a slew of other concepts that make popular lists of worst restaurant gimmicks around (some themes don’t veer too far from those attempted in our very own fine city).
But unique on the other hand, well, that’s a different story. When done right, it enhances the entire dining experience. And it doesn’t need to be wacky, wild, or out of this world to be deemed unique. Heck, even “exceptional service” can be considered unique in today’s rush-them-in and rush-them-out food service industry.
Salsa & Agave may not shock and awe anyone when it comes to dining out in Vancouver, and that’s a great thing. Instead, we provide a truly distinctive dining experience for locals and visitors alike. Below, is an accounting of what sets us apart from the norm.
5 Things that Set Salsa & Agave Apart from Most Dining Establishments in Greater Vancouver
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Restaurant food and Instagram is synonymous, especially here in Vancouver BC. Search #vancouverfoodie, #vancouverfood, and #vancouverrestaurants today (July 30) and you’ll find a collective 368,450 hashtags and counting, with hundreds of diners adding to the total over the days ahead.
Among these Vancouver foodie (etc.) posts we’re humbled to say that you’ll find fan pics of plates and patio scenes from Salsa & Agave. We have to admit that we’ve been VERY remiss in our own efforts in maintaining our own profile, but we’re just so busy dedicating 110% of our efforts to keeping patrons happy. So to show our appreciation for all of you out there who continue to share your experiences at Salsa & Agave, we are happy to start a series where we share some of our favorite (from you!) Instagram posts, right here on our blog.
Featured Instagram Posts from Fans of Salsa & Agave Restaurant in Vancouver BC – Summer 2017
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