Canucks Marketplace: Turning Rogers Arena into an all-in-one food stop

Canucks Marketplace has officially launched a few days ago, and it collaborates with numerous local restaurants in Vancouver to offer meal kits, signature dishes, and farm fresh provisions for guests to enjoy at home. Orders can be placed online, and it is available through pickup, drive-thru, or contactless delivery for people in Vancouver and North Shore.

You can now order signature dishes from toptable2u, Medina Cafe, The Dirty Apron, and Earnest Ice Cream through Canucks Marketplace. On the second day of launch, I ordered a few dishes from each restaurants. The website is easy to navigate. You can simply pick and choose your dishes, provide your contact name and number, as well as your preferred pick up date and time.

If you are not driving, you can get off at Stadium-Chinatown Station and exit towards Expo Boulevard. The pick up location will be across the street from Costco, just past Gate 10. There are numerous and clear signs to show the directions, in case you are lost. When I arrived, the order is ready and nicely packed. If you order ice cream, I highly recommend bringing an ice pack, especially on a hot sunny day.

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The dishes that can be ordered are mostly meal kits, which require customers to add on finishing touches and enjoy the dishes hot and fresh. The dishes mostly can be completed in short period of time (10-20 minutes), and some requires an aid of oven. The cooking instructions are attached, which are easy to follow. Overall, it was an amazing and smooth experience to order all of my favourite dishes all in one stop.

Here are some dishes and items that I ordered from each restaurant:

Mixed Seafood Paella from Blue Water Cafe (toptable2u)
Honey Butter from The Dirty Apron
Miso Glazed Sablefish from Blue Water Cafe (toptable2u)
Beef Bourguignon from The Dirty Apron
Whiskey Hazelnut Ice Cream from Earnest Ice Cream

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