Lifestyle & Parenting

italian lessons

December 12, 2008

French-Chinese fusion? Done. Pan-Asian cuisine? So last summer! Whats
really tempting our palette these days is casual and simple Italian fare.

With that in mind we headed to Campagnolo,
the newest entry from the boys behind another fave of ours, Fuel.

Located in revitalization-ready Lower Main, the 65-seater is a friendly,
minimalist space with brick walls, cork floors and big wood beamsgiving
the air the fresh scent of fir. We dropped in on opening night for
Piedmont-inspired snacks like citrus-marinated olives and a tasty and
fresh Margherita pizzaand left with change from $30. We’ll be back to
sip Rosso di Toscana at the 25-seat wine bar and nibble on the
house-made "The Cure" charcuterie.

Impress the in-laws by planning a holiday dinner at this soon-to-be
foodie hot spotand ply them with wine until they stop asking you for

Campagnolo, 1020 Main St., Vancouver, 604-484-6018,


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