To tuxedoed people, velvet ropes are ordinary white picket fences and champagne fountains are lawn sprinklers. Kick down the fence and drink from the sprinkler with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a three-course seasonal lunch tasting menu at One Hundred Nights in Opus Hotel (a $25 value).
Fusing contemporary cuisine with psychedelic pop art, One Hundred Nights escorts epicureans on a three-course culinary tour of upscale American fare in a retro setting. Diners can initiate the ambrosial voyage with a baby-spinach leaf salad basking in a bacon vinaigrette or a homemade rosemary gnocchi crowned with house-smoked salmon and oyster-pearl spires. While radiating amid the glow of Technicolor graffiti, afternoon grazers can indulge in their second tongue topper, beckoning the saffron-and-tomato bouillabaisse bathing a cod fillet or enriching their palates with medallions of pork tenderloin and potatoes. One Hundred Nights ingratiates herbivores during the prix-fixe affair with a ricotta-and-herb-stuffed ravioli and tabletop brontosaurus figurines. As natural light bathes the silver walls of the urban eatery's Alley Room, taste testers seal their edible excursion with a sweet kiss from a ginger-and-lemon panna cotta.
One Hundred Nights memorializes the Studio 54–era with modernized, chic rock décor, Andy Warhol–inspired pop-up installations, and bold splatter-and-spill art from nationally recognized virtuoso Vince Dumoulin. This '70s-inspired interior, which includes a David Bowie mural and a reinterpreted sci-fi setting, complements the restaurant's avant-garde fare and an amuse-bouche of Pop Rocks.
350 Davie St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2G2