Patio season is all but upon us, thanks to an enviable forecast loaded with sunshine. So timing is more than right for us to trade in the cozy comforts of the indoors for a more picturesque patio setting. The newly reappointed Reflections at Rosewood Hotel Georgia is definitely putting on your this season.
Read on to discover exactly why…
After having undergone some fairly extensive spring-cleaning, Reflections Patio (now dubbed ‘The Garden Terrace’), held an official opening party in Vancouver earlier this week – inviting special guests to preview an updated concept and fresh menu ahead of summer.
Nestled within the walls of this 86 year-old hotel located across from the Vancouver Art Gallery and directly on West Georgia Street, you’d be hard pressed to notice the hum of traffic four floors below. That’s because Reflections is somewhat of a west coast-inspired patio oasis in the heart of the city – complete with plenty of greenery, artistic touches, soothing water features, heated cabanas and relaxed seating throughout.
The culinary team at Reflections, led by Chef Harold Lemos has made a concerted effort to freshen up their extensive list of canapés and other light bites (some of which offer up a playful nod to our west coast city).
Taste buds will be tempted all season long by an updated menu featuring an assortment of fresh seafood such as Smoked Candied Salmon, Mahi Mahi croquettes, Ahi Tuna Poke and overstuffed Lobster Rolls. Those looking for something a bit more substantial can feast on freshly fired pizzas, Edamame hummus and kale chips, salads and even Hawaiian-style Huli Huli Chicken.
Creative cocktails abound with seasonal favorites (think: classics such as the Negroni) are joined by the Wreck Beach Lemonade, the ‘Cascadian’ Margarita and plenty of wines that run Pacific range (BC to Chile).
So next time the sun is out in full-force and you’re seeking a laid back space to unwind, head to this urban oasis in the heart of downtown for a welcomed escape. Check out more details and reserve your seat at Reflections here.