Written By Guest Writer Folks / Reporter Mar 5, 2012 Cactus Club Opens At English Bay SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest(Vancouver, BC, March 02, 2012) – Cactus Restaurants Ltd. is pleased to announce the official opening of its 22nd location at English Bay in Vancouver, BC. today at 5:00pm PST. The new location is a testament to Cactus Club’s award-winning commitment to sustainability and the community. Designed and constructed to target LEED Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification requirements, the building encapsulates Vancouver’s West End neighbourhood and historic waterfront location. “English Bay and Vancouver’s West End are an iconic part of our city,” says Richard Jaffray, president and founder, Cactus Restaurants Ltd. “We are very proud to be part of this community and have worked hard with the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to create a dining experience that reflects and encapsulates this landmark location. We are look forward to becoming a fixture in this community and its rich waterfront history.” Constance Barnes, chair of the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation Board says, “The stunning new restaurant on English Bay is an exciting addition to our food service on one of our most popular beaches. We are extremely pleased that the Park Board has the opportunity to work with Cactus Club as they are committed to the community by local hiring of staff, career mentoring and the “good neighbour plan” for the busy West End. This brings an educational component that will benefit youth and all that are able to participate. It is important that we work collaboratively with our new partners to engage the community.” The menu, globally-inspired and designed by food concept architect, Chef Rob Feenie, focuses on the freshest sustainable and local ingredients, including Ocean Wise sustainable seafood. In addition to long time Cactus Club favourites and Rob Feenie signature dishes, English Bay will also offer some exclusive, location specific seafood offerings. Sebastien Le Goff, sommelier and service director, has also worked with Chef Feenie and the bar and kitchen teams to create a tailor made wine menu for English Bay. In addition to the restaurant menu, the concession, scheduled to open for the summer season, will feature affordable and accessible takeout options for beach goers. “English Bay will be our first waterfront location, and we are excited to create and offer special menu items that reflect this unique location,” says Chef Rob Feenie, food concept architect, Cactus Restaurants Ltd. “Whether you are planning an elegant seaside dinner for two or a quick bite on the beach, menu offers something for every occasion, from the scallop and salmon ceviche and albacore tuna sandwich to the elegant sake soy marinated sablefish.” Guests of the restaurant will enjoy panoramic views of English Bay from both the beach level and upper street level of the restaurant, in addition to an outdoor beachside patio. Cactus Club English Bay is located at 1970 Beach Avenue, Vancouver Website: www.cactusclubcafe.comEdiblesFolksVancouver SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Guest Writer We get many people writing guest articles for us, as well as past contributors. This is the Guest ... Read More You may also like Events / Food News / Places April 28, 2021 CITY EATS May|June 2021 At press time, restaurants, pubs, bars and food courts remain closed for indoor dining. One silver lining is that the weather is warming up and more ... Read More Victoria April 26, 2021 EAT’s Guide to Take-out, Delivery, and Patios With Phase 2 beginning, restaurants and patios, tasting rooms and coffee shops are reopening. This is an ongoing process, with many changes, so we ... Read More Victoria May 25, 2020 The New Now : Navigating Through the Challenges The New Now As we begin re-opening under COVID protocols, the coming months will be at least uncertain, and for most, a battle to survive. In my ... 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