Open: Sat - Sun:11:30am - 2:00pm
Mon - Sun: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
1535 W. 6th, Vancouver BC, Canada
Local organic ingredients inspire chef David Gunawan's dishes. With a small patio out front and a bright, artsy space inside, Farmer's Apprentice aims to, according to its website, "serve unique food and wine in a comfortable setting accessible to everyone".
While dishes do change frequently, diners can count on fresh, flavourful cuisine created with ingredients like golden beetroot, bison tartare, white spring salmon, and black trumpet mushrooms.
Brunch, served on the weekend, features classics like organic bread, pancakes, omelets, and yogurt parfait.
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Events near Farmer's Apprentice approx. 15 minutes away
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Winter Jazz Weekend
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The Sumner Brothers
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Black History Month: Sweet Dreams Screening and Drum Workshop
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