Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Boston Pizza and Cactus Club at Amazing Brentwood?

The following article hints that the current Cactus Club west of Madison on Lougheed Hwy may relocate as did the newly designed Cactus Club in Richmond.  With the Boston Pizza next door to Cactus Club having already closed down and vacating its building, it makes me wonder if both restaurants are planning to make the move to a higher foot traffic location that the Amazing Brentwood will be able to offer in 2019.  If we want to increase the rumor index even further, the long-gone Milestones that made room for Solo District a few years ago may also make its return by reopening in the Amazing Brentwood.  Only time will tell, and that time is getting closer by the month.

Cactus Club Café relocates and relaunches Richmond location

by Craig Takeuchi on November 28th, 2017 at 11:37 AM

When the Cactus Club Café first opened in Vancouver, its image was decidedly different from the one it features today.
Way back in 1992, when the locally based restaurant chain opened its fourth location at No. 3 Road and Landsdowne Road in Richmond, the décor featured neon signs and rubber chickens. Fun times.
But as part of its relocation and continuing evolution of its identity, the Lansdowne location auctioned off its previous décor items, which included a massive moose head and a painting of a rabbit in a hat. (The auction raised $5,000 for the Richmond Food Bank—not too shabby at all.)
The restaurant closed down its previous Richmond location in October and opened its new premises on November 7 at 1666–6551 No. 3 Road at Richmond Centre.

With a seating capacity of 300 patrons, the new 7,000-square-foot premises feature mahogany wood floors and cedar wood accents, plus a heated enclosed patio (with a retractable roof, sliding glass walls, and booth seating).

Making the animal-themed décor of its previous incarnation truly a thing of the past, the new location displays a variety of modern art prints and designer lighting by names such as Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mr. Brainwash, Poul Henningsen, and Omer Arbel.

Forthcoming potential projects will include Metrotown and Brentwood locations in Burnaby, although details are not yet available.
The restaurant opened its first location in North Vancouver in 1988, and now has several locations in B.C. and Alberta, as well as one in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and another in Toronto, Ontario.

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