Vancouver's OPUS Hotel to Get a Pop-Up Restaurant
August 23, 2010 at 12:04 PM
We've heard of hotels opening pop-up shops and pop-up spas and even pop-up hotels themselves but this is definitely the first we've ever heard for a pop-up hotel restaurant. And that's just what the OPUS Vancouver Hotel will be installing later this week after shutting down their fine dining restaurant, Elixir Bistro, this past Saturday.
In place of Elixir will be a pop-up restaurant called 100 Days, so-called because it will be open for 100 days.
The new inhabitants of 1OO Days will be stripping the space back to its raw industrial bare bones. The menu style will offer affordable plates with a food quality parallel to that of Elixir.
After 100 days, the space will undergo more construction to turn into an "awe-inspiring, world class, new restaurant concept" which will debut in early 2011.
For now, 100 Days is set to open on August 27th. Room rates at the OPUS are currently going for $229 a night and the internet is freeee! (So you can send us photos of 100 Days from your room. Hint. Hint.)