Dine Out Vancouver 2020

Its that time of year again to enjoy the annual festival of dining that Vancouver has come to love.

This year, both locations of Wildtale are participating in the event. Check out our menu below for $35 per person and the suggested wine pairings we are offering for you to add on. Then make a reservation at your favourite location as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

January 17 to Feb 2, 2020

*suggested wine pairing (6oz.)


pickled mushrooms, scallions, grated parmesan charred focaccia
*Averill Creek Pinot Noir $14.75

candied pecans, crème fraîche, chives
*Le Vieux Pin ‘Petit Blanc’ Sauvignon Blanc Blend $13.50

spicy mirin mayo, jalapeño soy sauce
*Synchromesh Riesling $12.50


coconut jasmine rice, baby bok choy, carrots thai green curry
*Synchromesh Riesling $12.50

roasted bone marrow mashed potato roasted campari tomato
black pepper demi-glace
*Skaha Vineyard ‘Impulsion’ Cabernet Franc/Merlot $13.50

roasted roma tomato & lemon cream fresh basil & parmesan breadcrumbs
*Desert Hills ‘Cactus White’ Chardonnay/Gewürztraminer $11.00


chocolate shavings & chantilly cream
*Averill Creek Pinot Noir $14.75

Choose your favourite location on our reservation page – Click Here



Festive Bonus on Gift Card Purchases

Its that time of year to give a little back to our guests!

From November 1 to December 23 we are offering a $20 bonus card for every $100 Gift Cards purchased.

Gift Cards are available in any amount. Stop by any of our locations to get yours today. (and save the bonus for yourself to redeem in the new year.)

Buck A Shuck Oysters and Spring Dinner Menus


Vancouver restaurants kick off patio season with $1 oyster promotion, extended late-night Happy Hour, fresh menu items for spring

Vancouver, B.C. (April 25, 2019)– WildTale is celebrating the return of warmer weather at both its Yaletown and Olympic Village locations by extending its Happy Hour offerings with a new buck-a-shuck oyster promotion and adding fresh coastal-inspired dishes to the spring/summer menu just in time for patio season.

Available in the lounge and at the bar Monday thru Thursday from 3 p.m to 6 p.m. as well as 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday – Sunday at both WildTale Yaletown and WildTale Olympic Village and from 9 p.m. to close every day in both locations, WildTale’s Happy Hour menu includes and a new buck-shuck oyster promotion in addition to a selection of small plates starting at just $2.75. One of the few venues in Vancouver to offer buck-a-shuck oysters every day, WildTale’s rotating selection of featured bivalves from B.C. and beyond are served on ice accompanied by Tobasco red pepper sauce, fresh lemon and horseradish. Chef’s select oysters are available for just $1 a piece (minimum of six per order, while quantities last) during both early and late-night Happy Hour services.

WildTale’s new Happy Hour lineup also features raw bar selections like Seafood Ceviche and Hawaiian Tuna, steamer pots of Clams with white wine and Mussels with Thai coconut curry, and a variety of crowd-pleasing appetizers that showcase both land and sea, including BC Salmon Poppers,‘AAA’ Beef Carpaccio and Braised Meatballs. Guests who are looking to imbibe in an alcoholic beverage can sip on an array of great-value Happy Hour libations, including draft beer and highballs for $5, classic cocktails like Moscow Mules and Negronis for $6, and a selection of B.C. red and white wines starting at $6 per glass.

WildTale co-Founders John Crook and Erik Heck have also introduced a selection of new entrees to the dinner menu, all designed to highlight of-the-season ingredients sourced from local farms, oceans and fields. In addition to WildTale’s signature lineup of meaty steaks and chops, fresh grilled fish and classic pasta dishes, the spring menu now includes Linguini alle Vongole,Tiger Prawn Linguini Puttanesca, Harissa Chicken served with jalapeño mashed potatoes and mint yogurt, and Haida Gwaii Halibut paired with gnocchi Provençale.

“As a go-to dining destination in Vancouver, we’re thrilled to launch our new buck-a-shuck oyster promotion as part of our extended early and late-night Happy Hour,” says Heck. “We take pride in developing creative, seasonal menus that are designed to appeal to seafood fans, meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. We look forward to celebrating the return of the spring season with our guests at both locations.”

For more information about WildTale’s new Happy Hour offerings and new spring/summer 2019 menu, visit https://wildtale.ca and follow @wildtale on Instagram.

ABOUT WILDTALE | First launched in 2015 by business partners John Crook and Erik Heck with a second location opened in Olympic Village in 2018, WildTale is a polished-yet-relaxed restaurant that celebrates the coastal regions of the world. Daily lunch and dinner menus highlight fresh seafood as well as favourites from farm and field paired with great wines, delicious local beers and refreshing and creative cocktails all served in a warm and friendly atmosphere inspired by East Coast hospitality.

WildTale Yaletown (1079 Mainland Street) is open every day for lunch and dinner starting at 11 a.m, and
Daily Happy Hour is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday – Sunday) and 9 p.m. to close in the bar and lounge.

WildTale Olympic Village (165 West 2nd Ave) is open daily from 3 p.m. Monday – Thursday, and 2 p.m. Friday – Sunday. Daily Happy Hour is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday – Sunday) and 9 p.m. to close in the bar and lounge.

Have you Made your Valentine’s Reservations?

Buoys are Red, The Ocean is Blue. We have a Table for a Loved One and You!

We’ve created an extremely delicious menu offering to celebrate that most romantic of holidays. From Appetizers like our Dungeness Crab and Shrimp Cake to our luscious Jumbo Scallop Linquini, you will have no shortage of choices to make while celebrating some of Vancouver’s Finest Seafood. See our full menu and feature Wines/Cocktails below

Make sure you reserve at your favourite location as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

WildTale Olympic Village: Call 604-800-5253 or Book Online Here
WildTale Yaletown: Call 604-428-9211 or Book Online Here

Dine Out Vancouver 2019

Both locations of WildTale are proud to participate in the annual Dine Out Vancouver promotion from January 18 to February 3, 2019. Guests who may not have had the opportunity to visit us previously can experience Vancouver’s Best Seafood prepared in flavourful and innovative ways. Take the time to visit us and enjoy our West Coast hospitality and cozy, intimate rooms.

Here is a link to our menu and an opportunity to Book Now to avoid disappointment.

Ring in 2019 with us!

Gather your friends and loved ones for a wonderful dinner and celebrate the changing year at WildTale. In addition to our regular menu, WildTale is offering a sumptuous set menu designed treat your palate and mark a memorable end to 2018.

Make sure you reserve at your favourite location as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

WildTale Olympic Village: Call 604-800-5253 or Book Online Here
WildTale Yaletown: Call 604-428-9211 or Book Online Here

Amuse Bouche
Lobster Bisque “Cappuccino”
brandy cream
Beef Tartare & Bone Marrow
charred sour dough, watercress chimichuri
Mozzarella & Prosciutto Salad
walnut pesto, baby arugula
Albacore Tuna Poke
dungenss crab and crushed avocado
Herb Crusted Sturgeon
rock prawns and bacon risotto, braised kale, northern divine caviar
Duo of Lamb
olive and rosemary roasted lamb chops, lamb sausage, gnocchi ragout
Surf and Turf
california cut beef striploin, alantic lobster mashed potato
charred broccollini, cabernet jus
Dark Chocolate Tart
Chantilly cream

Taste of Yaletown Special Menu

Taste of Yaletown Special Menu

If you've been waiting for the perfect excuse to come down and sample some of delicious menu items, your wait is over! The Taste of Yaletown festival is the perfect opportunity to wine, dine and see some of the incredible restaurants that Yaletown has to offer – including WildTale!

"For two weeks in October, Taste of Yaletown brings diners featured menus, special tastings and innovative pairings". WildTale are offering a three course menu at $45 per person which showcases some of our most loved dishes. View our Taste of Yaletown menu here:

And as if that weren't already amazing enough, a portion of every purchase goes towards Vancouver Food banks, so you'll be doing good with your meal too!

The festival runs from October 18th – 28th. Both WildTale Yaletown and our sister restaurant, The Flying Pig Yaletown will be taking part in the fun. View the pig's set menu here.

Tables fill up fast so make a booking now to avoid disappointment!

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Team Menu Tasting at WildTale Olympic Village

If you hadn’t heard the exciting news already, we launched our incredible Lunch & Brunch menus at WildTale Olympic Village this week! In order to get ready for this, we hosted a menu tasting for the whole team on Monday to allow them to try everything on the menu!

It’s important to us that our team believe in the food we have on offer and to do that they need to taste for themselves how good it really is! We want you to know that when you ask for recommendations from your server, you will be given genuine opinions and our team can provide well informed answers to your queries on taste.The new lunch and brunch menu was something to behold.

Brunch sees our take on the classics such as our WildTale Breakfast and our Vanilla Waffles. Make sure you check out some of our show stopping signature Eggs Benedict dishes.

Our lunch menu has a broad range of dishes from classy to classic. Have a light working lunch with our delicious (and filling) salads, or indulge in something special such as Chef Andrew’s Fried Chicken.

The team certainly loved trying the ne menu and can’t wait to share it with you in our Olympic Village restaurant! Why not book a table for lunch or brunch and come try for yourself!

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Rosie from WildTale: 1st Place in Women’s Oyster-Shucking Contest

Our very own Rosie won first place in this year’s Shuck it Forward oyster-shucking contest among the female contestants. She’s won a trip to the PEI International Shellfish Festival to compete against top shuckers from around the world.

The event is an annual fundraiser by the North-American non-profit group Bikers For Autism (BFA), whose initiatives support multiple community programs across Canada and the US, including Surfs Up Event-Sponsored by Ripcurl, Little Heroes Hockey Academy and the PAFC Music Therapy Studio. In 2018, BFA has been is broadening its community support with the addition of BFA Respite Night and BFA Wish Day programs.

Have a blast Rosie – WildTale wishes you well!shuck it forward rosie

The Last Straw – WildTale discontinues single use plastic straws

WT-straw-socialBeginning Thursday February 1st, The Flying Pig and WildTale Restaurants will no longer use plastic straws and offer Paper Straws on request.

It’s estimated the world uses 1 billion unrecyclable plastic straws a day – 500 million in the United States alone – an untold number of which end up in the ocean, polluting the water and coastlines and posing a deadly threat to sea turtles and other marine animals.
Plastics, including straws, continue to clog our oceans, with researchers suggesting there are more than 5 trillion pieces of it swirling in the water. Smaller pieces appear to be getting eaten by fish and travelling up the food chain.

Things to consider:
Straws represent “a clear example of completely unnecessary single use plastic that is used for an average of just 20 minutes then discarded,” write the organizers of The Final Straw Cornwall campaign.
“Every straw on the planet right now will outlive everyone reading these words.”

In an effort to do our part to curb this growing problem, we at WildTale will start with something small, such as stopping the use single-use plastic straws.
Please help us in our quest to keep our coastlines and oceans clean and sustainable.