100 Days of Dining


VANCOUVER — The folks at Vancouver’s Opus Hotel are turning heads with their new dining concept, One Hundred Days.

The pop-up restaurant, which replaced the former Elixir Bistro offers a unique prelude to the introduction of Opus’ new permanent restaurant set to launch in the space in the new year.

“The Opus Hotels brand has been successful by doing the unexpected, and this was another perfect example of keeping the brand fresh, exciting and progressive,” says John deC. Evans, president and CEO of Opus Hotels, while explaining the concept.

Open for just 100 Days, as its name suggests, the new urban, Mediterranean-influenced eatery is decorated with ever evolving graffiti by Vince Dumoulin and features an affordable menu, including lobster and crab popsicles ($14), Kobe meatloaf ($19) and duck pot pie ($17).

News of the upcoming permanent restaurant is scarce, but, according to The Vancouver Sun the reno will have a million-dollar price tag.

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