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Seasons in the Park 30th Anniversary Menu

Special prix-fixe menu available from October 16 to November 30

“Seasons in the Park has held a special place in hearts of Vancouver locals and visitors for three decades and we’re thrilled to be commemorating our anniversary this fall,” notes General Manager Richard Baker.

Longstanding Vancouver dining destination Seasons in the Park will mark its 30th anniversary this fall with a special limited-edition menu on offer from Wednesday, October 16 to Thursday, November 28. The prix-fixe menu will honour the milestone by bringing back fan favourites and classic dishes from the restaurant’s original menu when it first debuted back in 1989.

Available for lunch and dinner from Monday through Thursday, Seasons in the Park’s three-course 30th Anniversary Menu is priced at $49 per person (plus taxes and gratuity) and includes a wide range of chef-prepared appetizers, entrées and desserts all inspired by the restaurant’s opening menu. Guests will also have the option to supplement their meal with additional enhancements such as grilled garlic prawns, roasted cauliflower and roasted mushrooms.

Many of the nostalgic dishes on the 30th Anniversary Menu were also served at special events throughout the restaurant’s storied history, such as the 1993 Summit meetings between Boris Yeltsin and Bill Clintonand a dinner for the International Olympic Committee as part of Vancouver’s successful bid for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

Seasons in the Park
30th Anniversary Menu

$49 per person (plus taxes and gratuity)
Available Monday to Thursday for lunch and dinner

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Seasons Mushrooms
crab, shrimp, cream cheese

Beef Carpaccio
bell pepper chutney, avocado

Spinach Salad
sun-dried tomatoes, toasted pine nuts, goat cheese, honey Dijon vinaigrette


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Smoked Black Cod
grainy mustard and dill sauce, seven-grain rice, seasonal vegetables

Grass-Fed Tenderloin
brandy peppercorn demi-glace, roasted potatoes, market vegetables

Crispy Brome Lake Duck Confit
garlic red wine jus, braised red cabbage, mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables



Garlic Prawns (+ $14)
Roasted Cauliflower (+ $11)
Roasted Mushrooms (+ $10)


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Carrot Cake
butter cream, caramel sauce

Chocolate Mousse Cake
chocolate truffle, raspberry coulis

Crème Brûlée
caramelized pecan, orange zest

“Seasons in the Park has held a special place in hearts of Vancouver locals and visitors for three decades and we’re thrilled to be commemorating our anniversary this fall,” notes General Manager Richard Baker. “The restaurant team is looking forward to marking this important milestone by bringing back some of our favourite menu items from when the restaurant first opened 30 years ago.”

Located 513 metres above sea level at the peak of Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Park, the scenic dining room boasts impressive floor-to-ceiling windows with views overlooking the lush gardens, the Vancouver city skyline and the North Shore Mountains below. Seasons in the Park is just steps away from the Bloedel Conservatory and is the perfect vantage point from which to explore the 52-hectare urban park, which is home to a landscaped quarry garden, an arboretum showcasing a collection of exotic and native flora and fauna, and the renowned Henry Moore sculpture garden.

As Seasons in the Park will be offering its 30th Anniversary Menu for a limited time, reservations are recommended and can be made online at or by calling the restaurant at 604-874-8008.


About Seasons in the Park

Situated at the peak of Queen Elizabeth Park 513 metres above sea level, Vancouver’s iconic Seasons in the Park restaurant first opened in 1989 and offers fine-dining in a picturesque setting. The scenic glass-wrapped restaurant feature floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal breathtaking views of Vancouver’s shimmering city skyline, the North Shore Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Lush greenery and gardens provide the backdrop for the restaurant’s multiple dining spaces, including the Main Dining Room, the Skyline Room, the Garden Vista and the Summit Room. The Season in the Park culinary team prepares a daily menu of fresh West Coast inspired fare while the restaurant’s wine list showcases a curated selection of New- and Old-World wines from BC and around the globe. Part of the Sequoia Group of restaurants, Seasons in the Park also offers private meeting and dining facilities suitable for all types of business and social functions and is open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner, and weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday.




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