New Tractor Marine Eatery Opens At The Foot Of The Art Deco

idee interieur maison design New Tractor Marine Eatery Opens At The Foot Of The Art Deco

idee interieur maison design New Tractor Marine Eatery Opens At The Foot Of The Art Deco

The new eatery opened to the public this morning for lunch and dinner hours are 11am to 930pm seven days a week take a closer look below
The new eatery opened to the public this morning for lunch and dinner hours are 11am to 930pm seven days a week take a closer look below
All anticipated openings
All anticipated openings
This art deco american brasserie for the foot of yvrs old sun tower
Inside the new tractor foods on broadway
Munichs brassy herzog bar would fit the foot of our marine building scout magazine
Founders meghan and steve clarke
The light and airy dining room at tractor foods
Hawksworth restaurant vancouver consistently outstanding every time
Diner voluminous new location of tractor foods ready to be unveiled in olympic village
All anticipated openings
Founders meghan and steve clarke
The bar thats perfect for drinks à deux intimacy and old fashioned glamour in a discreet london bar fumoir bar claridges hotel london
Art deco decoration
Tractor foods
The mercer kitchen jean georges restaurants new york restaurant
Home interior the open kitchen concept for our home open kitchen restaurant
Tractor opens second location in downtown vancouver
Tractor healthy eatery opens 5th vancouver location on broadway

The food concept is identical to that at the original Tractor location in Kitsilano, which is to say health-conscious fast food – salads, sandwiches, soups, stews, etc. – all served cafeteria style and complimented by local beer and wine options (Blasted Church, 33 Acres, Bomber, among others).

I took a look inside the new Downtown location of Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods yesterday, just as owners Meghan and Steve Clarke were putting the finishing touches on the 60 seat, fully licensed restaurant.

“Tractor Marine” occupies the northeastern ground floor corner of the Marine Building, a towering Art Deco gem at 335 Burrard Street.  The interior is unrecognizable from when it used to be The Imperial, a Chinese seafood restaurant. Now it’s bright and airy and cathedral-like in certain spots, with plenty of natural light amplified by some really cool fixtures by Vancouver’s own Tangible Interaction. The design itself was a collaborative effort between the Clarkes and local firm Marrimor. Gorgeous bone structure goes without saying.

The new eatery opened to the public this morning for lunch and dinner. Hours are 11am to 9:30pm, seven days a week. Take a closer look below…

New Tractor Marine Eatery Opens At The Foot Of The Art Deco