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Feast your way through a 10-day food festival in Burnaby Heights

15 different restaurants are participating this year.

By Marco Ovies | August 17, 2022 |5:00 am

Save some room for dinner because Crave the Heights 2022 is returning to Burnaby. This special 10-day event showcases all the amazing food that’s available in the Burnaby Heights neighbourhood. Plus, each restaurant will have “special menu items, drink features, and delicious desserts.”

Restaurants like Butchers Block BBQ House, which is offering a “Crave BBQ Sampler Platter” that will let you try a little bit of everything from its menu. For $49.99 you can get beef brisket, pulled pork, sausage, chicken and ribs, all with a side of cornbread and coleslaw.

Other places are serving up some breakfast options like The Grey Olive Cafeteria, which is featuring its “Pork Belly Breaky.” It comes with braised pork belly, chilli marinated tomatoes, arugula, marbled eggs, and toasted sesame mayo.

 

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To finish off your day of eating you’ll have to head over to Glenburn Soda Fountain for some Stranger Sundaes, which are a mashup of four specialty sundaes.

Crave the Heights is happening from Aug. 19 to 28. There will also be live jazz music performances from local musicians at the Heights Fountain Square from 4 to 6pm, Gabriel Mark Hasselbach is playing on Aug. 19, the New Orleans Street Party is playing Aug. 26, and Freakin’ Groovies is playing Aug. 27.

Here’s the full list of vendors participating in Crave the Heights 2022:

Green and Oak Malaysian Restaurant (3760 Hastings)
Chad Thai (4010 Hastings)
Sopra Sotto Pizzeria (4022 Hastings)
Butchers Block BBQ House (4091 Hastings)
Glenburn Soda Fountain (4090 Hastings)
Circolo Cafe Bar (4092 Hastings)
Portobello Restaurant (4120 Hastings)
The Gray Olive Cafeteria (4190 Hastings)
Shen Sushi (4219 Hastings)
FiorDiLatte Cafe (4233 Hastings)
Global Pet Foods (4293 Hastings)
Caffe Artigiano (4359 Hastings)
Gabi & Jules (4568 Hastings)
Suren Persian Cuisine (4624 Hastings)
Chez Christophe (4717 Hastings)

Marco Ovies

Marco Ovies is Burnaby Beacon's Lifestyle Reporter Creator focusing on all things food, events, and fun things happening in the city.

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