Pub Night Review

Hi Everyone,

Yesterday was the pub night in the Lamplighter!  Which was a great location for the pub night! It was great to see that there showed up so many people! Everyone got the first drink for free! Furthermore the cocktails were only $6,50 and  the chicken wings were only $4,00! It was a fantastic pub night and I already look forward to next week!

After a few drinks we played some pool and tabletop soccer which was a lot of fun!

We look forward to see you all at the next pub night 🙂

Enjoy your day!

Cheers, Lydia

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200-211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Web: www.internexcanada.com
Phone: +1 (604) 662 8149
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

Free Beer and Cocktail Show!

Staying in, or near Toronto? You might want to check out the annual Beer & Cocktail Show in Downsview Park this weekend.

At the Beer & Cocktail show you can sample all kinds of beers from brands such as: Beau’s, Big Rock, Boris, Grolsch, and many more. You can also taste several cocktails with fancy names such as Pomegranate Cosmo, Coco Chanel, Can-Can en Cherry Garden. With a variety of snacks available, the alcohol shouldn’t go to your head too soon, so you can enjoy a lot of samples! To make the show complete there will also be live music and entertainment every day.

Every day the first 100 visitor’s will get free admission! So be sure to get there early. Also, every day a $500 Beer Store gift certificate is given away. All you need to do is fill out a form and be present when they draw the winner.

The show times are:

–          Friday June 4th 2010:        6.00 pm – 1.00 pm

–          Saturday June 5th 2010:   6.00 pm – 1.00 am

–          Sunday June 6th 2010:      4.00 pm – 10.00 pm

There will be a free shuttle bus running every 15 minutes between the show and the Downsview subway station from 10.20 pm to 1.20 pm.  You have to be 19+ to be allowed in and don’t forget to bring your photo ID as it is required at the door.

For more information go to the Beer & Cocktail Show website, here.

Let us know what you thought of the festival and hope you have a good weekend!

Manouk and Laura!

Café Crêpe

I think I’m in love. With crêpes. This weekend, I went for another stroll down Robson Street, however I didn’t get very far. The sweet, sweet aroma of chocolate drizzle, strawberry and nutella made me stop dead in my tracks. Could it be? Love at first bite…

I had always seen the red lights that hovered above this little restaurant on Robson street, but had never stopped to order anything. Usually I eat lunch before heading out for some shopping, but on Saturday all I could think about was food! As soon as the smell of melting chocolate and fresh cut strawberries reached my nostrils, I was running towards the express window at Café Crêpe.

Importing the tradition of the classic European café to North America, Café Crêpe specializes in Parisian sweet & savoury crêpes. There are so many different types of crêpes to try at this hub, it can drive a hungry person mad! In addition to crêpes, they also specialize in french baguette sandwiches, and grilled Italian panini.  As an international café, Café Crêpe also offers world classics like half-pound certified Angus burgers, pommes frites (french fries),thin crust pizza, and a full traditional breakfast menu that includes Eggs Benedict and an exciting variety of omelettes, among other specialties. In addition to serving exceptional Italian roasted coffee, Café Crêpe is fully licensed, offering a vast selection of alcoholic beverages and cocktails, along with select beers and wines.

Everyone NEEDS to try something from this restaurant. Although a little pricey (depending on what you order), you will not be let down! I still dream about this crêpe.

Enjoy your eats!

– Laura