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As 2017 marks Canada's 150th anniversary, we've been thinking about various aspects of our country's culture. Naturally, our thoughts quickly turned to food. What exactly is Canadian cuisine? Maple syrup? Poutine? Surely there's more to it than that, right? Find out for yourself at the Edible Museum: Canadian Food & Wine on February 9. For one night only, you can taste and drink your way through a two-storey pop-up museum all about Canadian food and winemaking. A real-life Quebec sugar shack and an exhibit on the history of ice wine are just two of the five multisensory exhibits on display. Don't miss your chance to explore — and taste — Canada's culinary history.


A pop-up museum dedicated to Canada's cuisine and wines.
All ticket sales will be donated to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.
The Permanent, 330 W. Pender St., Gastown
Feb. 9, 7-10 p.m.
7 p.m. tickets are sold out. Join the 7:30 p.m. ticket waitlist online.


By Serena Matter

Serena Matter is a writer, trendspotter and founder of the lifestyle magazine The Wanderlust Report. When she's not uncovering the newest hotspots as Savoteur's Canadian editor, you can find her posting her escapades on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat (serenamatter).