Rosewood Hotel Georgia has reopened Reflections: The Garden Terrace, the property’s al fresco rooftop bar and lounge in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Officially reopening for the season in March 2017, the venue introduces an enhanced collection of locally inspired dishes and craft beverages that evoke Rosewood’s signature A Sense of Place philosophy and showcase the flavors of the coastal North-West Americas. Situated within the inner courtyard of the hotel’s fourth floor, Reflections: The Garden Terrace provides an urban oasis feel and a one-of-a-kind outdoor drinking and dining experience with plush seating and tables surrounded by vibrant foliage, flowers and sumptuous greenery.
“We are thrilled to welcome guests and Vancouver locals back to Reflections: The Garden Terrace,” said Philip Meyer, managing director at Rosewood Hotel Georgia. “As one of the city’s most elegant venues for al fresco dining and drinking, it’s the perfect spot to toast to the spring season and enjoy the warmer weather from day to night.”
Inspired by the flavours, colours, and culture of the Pacific Northwest, Reflections: The Garden Terrace will feature a new dinner menu of gourmet shared plates crafted by Executive Head Chef Harold Lemos.
Showcasing the region’s fresh seafood and native flavours, signature menu items include albacore tuna poke with scallion, chili pepper and hazelnuts and side striped shrimp and avocado nachos served with apple wood smoked cheddar and pico de gallo. Guests can also sip on an array of creative cocktails, including the Watermelon Smash, a refreshing libation made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, lemon, fresh mint and muddled watermelon, and the Green Thumb Margarita, an innovative take on the classic Mexican libation mixed with Cazadores Blanco Tequila, Cointreau, freshly pressed green juice and a squeeze of lime.
Situated on the hotel’s fourth floor and surrounded by Rosewood Hotel Georgia’s historic interior walls, Reflections: The Garden Terrace combines the tranquillity of the outdoors with the buzzing energy of Vancouver with a striking peak-through of the city’s skyline and heated cabanas.