Last Saturday, I got an invite from Alexi of Canadian Brewhouse for their VIP - Food Tasting Event! It was an offer I couldn't refuse. Good food for free is not something you turn down.
I've been to the Canadian Brewhouse - Regina Grasslands twice. It was a go-to place for me and my friends because its conveniently located at the south end of the city. (Very close to home!) So when I learned that they're opening at the east side of the city, I was very thrilled. The east side has got to have the convenience that we "southenders" get!
After-supper glow! Thanks Canadian Brewhouse! =)
On Saskatchewan Roughrider game nights, Canadian Brewhouse is the best! You'll never miss a single moment because they have 69 LED TV's that will keep you updated on what's happening at the field. And just in case you're enjoying your food too much, they have a loud buzzer that rings when your team scores.
For my poison that night, I chose a Red Sangria. You can request for a milder version just in case you find the drink a little too hard.
For my appetizer, I got myself a 3-Down Bacon Cheese Dip served with tri-colored tortilla chips and toasted crostini. It was described as a warm dip that blends cheeses, sour cream, special seasoning and so much bacon you can't resist. This is now my new favourite!
And for the main course, I ordered Double Double Peri Peri Chicken Burger. It's marinated, grilled chicken breast with spicy homemade Peri Peri sauce and topped with cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce and mayo on a brioche bun. As soon as I've eaten half, my Asian tummy was telling me that I should just stop eating. Too much cheating on a cheat day for my diet. I couldn't help but give in though.
As if the burger was not so much of a treat that I still had to dig in on an 8" Chicken Alfredo Pizza. I know some of you guys find it weird to find pineapples on your pizza but you have got to give this a try. You won't regret it!
Mike Furukawa, General Manager of Canadian Brewhouse, was so kind to drop by at our table and have a little chat. He was so excited to see my feature about the restaurant on my blog! I was so engrossed that I even forgot to take a photo with him. So instead, I bothered the other management staff for a photo-op.
Their patio was soooo nice! Its got this hi-tech heating system on cold spring or autumn nights.
They have different promotions on a daily basis but on Saturdays, Sangrias are the best!
The hardworking chefs at Canadian Brewhouse making sure everyone leaves with a happy tummy!
For reservations and inquiries, call (306) 522 -1613.
Canadian Brewhouse Regina Eastgate is conveniently located at 2005 Prince of Wales Drive, Regina, SK S4V 3A3.
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Have you had the same amazing experience at any Canadian Brewhouse? Tell me about your thoughts and let's have some chat!
Saskatoon is a two-hour drive from Regina. Though very close from where I'm based and with more happenings as it is a bigger city than the latter, I've only been there once. What made it worst was I was only there for 3 hours. Sad, right? But it was because of a bad weather that we had to come back to Regina right away plus it was only for an official business.
To go to Saskatoon from Regina, I had to hitch a ride from a neighbour and colleague at work. It really pays to be nosy during lunch breaks at the Staff Lounge. Ate Vivian was chitchatting with a friend from work when I heard her that she'll be travelling to Saskatoon on Christmas day. So I grabbed the chance. I right away asked her if I can go with her. And thankfully, they had enough space to accommodate me because there was no bus going to Saskatoon on December 25. This time I'll have the weekend to explore Saskatoon with my friend Aumack, who's on vacation from the Philippines.
I made a vlog to chronicle my Saskatoon adventure! Click the play button to watch the video.
Hope you enjoyed the video. See yah soon in my future adventures!
Its been a while since my last blog post and its all because of my trip to Mexico City. I was very anxious and busy and worried with all the preparations I had to make for a safe and smooth trip down Central America.
Sorry. This post is not about Mexico City yet. This is about my 4th day in the United States of America. I wanted to share it with you guys through my recently launched YouTube Channel, VitoriVitaCom. I just thought maybe it would be a great idea to actually venture out on video editing. So you will have to bear with how amateur-ish the video might look like to you. This is just my first attempt at vlogging. Taking inspiration from the likes of famous vloggers like Heart Defensor and the High On Life Canadian boys. I'm nowhere close to how they do it yet but we'll surely get there. Right?
Here's Part 1 of Day 4! Enjoy the video!
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