Are you ready to try some of Austria's best? This month's wine club - scheduled for April 20th at 7 pm - will feature a special selection of Austrian wines procured by Bauhaus owner and wine connoisseur, Uwe Boll."After eight months of work and negotiation, I was able to import a number of Austrian wines, now exclusively available at Bauhaus. Three of them are available for under $200 and the 100 point Salzberg is listed for $350. I'm so pleased to be able to share these wines with our guests," says Boll. The wine club will feature one Austrian white and four amazing reds from Burgenland, all awarded 96 to 100 points. Wineries featured include Salzburg, Heinrich and Gsellmann Bela Rex. The wines will be offered for approximately 60% of the standard list price and served by the glass. Chef Stefan Hartmann will also be preparing a special wine pairing menu, inspired by the bottles we'll be sampling this evening.
Tasting menu is $130 per person. Wine is additional. Club members only pay for the wines they would like to sample. To reserve, click on the button below and add "WINE CLUB DINNER" to your email.
From January 20-29th, Bauhaus Restaurant invites you to dine out with us in Vancouver. Our own Michelin-starred Stefan Hartmann will pay tribute to famous chefs Marco Pierre White and Juan Amador by preparing two different menus inspired by their respective culinary styles. Tickets are $95 per person (excluding beverages) for 6-courses and you get to choose either the Marco Pierre White or the Juan Amador menu. Tickets can be purchased through Dine Out Vancouver.
January 20-22 - Marco Pierre White is a world-class chef, restaurateur, and celebrity who has been referred to as “the godfather of modern cooking.” He has made invaluable contributions to contemporary British cuisine, including the popularization of celebrity chef culture, training notorious TV personalities Gordon Ramsay and Curtis Stone. He is the youngest chef to have ever been awarded three Michelin stars.
January 28-30th - Juan Amador is one of the world’s best chefs, preparing fresh interpretations of classic Spanish cuisine. His restaurant Amador in Mannheim, Germany was honoured with an astounding three Michelin stars, which he has maintained since 2011. He compares cooking to music: “Writing a new song, performing it and then to have the feedback, either positive or negative, is very similar to what we do in the kitchen.”
No one loves our hometown hockey boys quite like Bauhaus. To celebrate the Vancouver Canucks with us, stop by for dinner before the game. Presenting your game ticket will get you a delicious 3-course dinner for only $60 or $65 including a Früh beer. Or, if you fancy a lighter meal, you have the option of Schnitzel & Beer for $35. Plus, we are within walking distance to the Rogers Arena, so you won't have to worry about parking. Go Canucks Go!
Plan your visit to Bauhaus Restaurant with the 2015-16 Regular Season Schedule:
To usher in the fall season, Uwe Boll has highlighted some of his favourite German classics on the menu. One of the dishes he is most excited about is a Sauerbraten that originates from his hometown region of Cologne. Sauerbraten is a quintessential German national dish, a roast marinated in red wine, vinegar and spices for six days and then served with red cabbage, potato dumplings and egg spätzle. The truly unique aspect of Sauerbraten is that each region of Germany offers its own distinct cooking style. Since Chef Stefan Hartmann was born in Uelzen and Uwe Boll in Cologne, their techniques for preparing the dish vastly differ.
To settle once and for all which region has the better Sauerbraten, Stefan and Uwe have decided to wage the ultimate one-day cook off on October 20th. Guests will be treated to a blind taste test of the two dishes that will be judged by industry professionals. Tickets are $60 and will include a 3-course meal and sauerbraten two ways.
Book your seat now for the Sauerbraten battle of the season!
There's nothing that signals the arrival of fall quite like Oktoberfest. The growing popularity of German cuisine on Canada's West Coast is just one of the reasons why Harvest Haus, an immersive food and drink experience based on the abundant European harvest festivals of yonder year, is turning the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza into a mini-Munich from October 1st to 11th. Bauhaus Restaurant will be there with our own culinary booth called The Noodle Haus, where you can embrace your inner minstrel and feast on some German classics. Join Chef Stefan Hartmann as he creates a fantastic Oktoberfest assortment of traditional German dishes. To whet your appetite, Stefan shares his special recipe for Käsespätzle (a.k.a. German Mac & Cheese) with Western Living Magazine in anticipation for the event. Tickets range from $25 to $50 (with VIP tickets at $250), which can be purchased here.
Bauhaus Restaurant is partnering with Lincoln Motor Company of Canada’s #SavourTheCity to offer a one-of-a-kind dining experience. After test-driving the new 2016 Lincoln MKX, you will receive a complimentary 3-course meal from a special menu created by our Executive Chef Stefan Hartmann. Each guest may choose to test-drive or be chauffeured, a luxurious experience that will take approximately 10 minutes. Participation in the Lincoln test-drive is required in order to receive the complimentary dinner and drinks. So, take a ride with us and savour the luxury of a Lincoln and Bauhaus fusion. We look forward to seeing you on September 22nd.