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Gorgeous platters of charcuterie for hosting holiday partiesor just treating yourself over the festive season.
Besides being extremely Instagram-worthy (yes, you have to document everything), charcuterie is also the ideal food for connecting with others. What better canvas for solid conversation than salami?
These local spots are serving up some very beautiful boards and boxes, which you can carry out or have delivered to your cozy Christmas movie marathon. Bring your own wine. Maybe make it mulled. It is the holidays after all.
What to Get: The classic charcuterie box, which serves one to 25 people, depending on size and how ridiculously hungry you arePrice: From $45This is truly a feast for the eyesthese folks really have presentation down. You’d almost feel bad snatching that gorgeous meat rose in your sweaty fist. Almost.2266 West 4th Avecharcuterievancouver.com
What to Get: Charcuterie conesPrice: $10.50All of the spots in this post offer takeout, but Sebastian & Co.’s new downtown location is knocking it out of the park when it comes to mobility. Each cone has charcuterie, olives, pickles, aged cheese, and a breadstick.1299 Howe St. and 2425 Marine Dr.sebastianandco.ca
What to Get: Graze Holiday BoxPrice: From $42Inside this holiday themes box is a selection of charcuteries, cheeses, white chocolate gold foil red velvet truffles, candied pecans, pistachios, olives and cornichons, fresh seasonal fruit, cranberries, crackers, fresh rosemary and flowers covering all the food groups.5279 Still Creek Ave, Burnabythegrazecompany.com
What to Get: Piatto de SalumiPrice: $21Cibo is on Skip the Dishes, Uber Eats and Doordash, so you can get your meat selection delivered right to your door. Kinda like Tinder.900 Seymour St.cibotrattoria.com
What to Get: Charcuterie BoardPrice: $35Is this charcuterie board more beautiful than an Emily Carr? Well, it’s certainly less racist. Included is duck prosciutto, duck noisette salami, elk goteborg salami, a selection of cheeses, and apple. 750 Hornby St, inside the Vancouver Art Gallery1931gallerybistro.com
What to Get: Holiday Mini BoxPrice: $27With vegetarian and vegan options in addition to their classic cheese and charcuterie, no matter what you’re looking to snack on, there’s something for you here. All boxes come with dried fruit, nuts, cornichons, castelvetrano olives, chocolate and floral garnishes. 1605 W. 5th Avedipandsip.ca
What to Get: Duo Nourish Box Price: $79Despite this name, this nourish box serves four and contains four cheeses (or vegan cheese!), three dips, a local preserve, frest fruits, vegetables, olives, nuts, artisan crackers, dried rose petals and passion fruit. Plus some floral touches because, hey it’s the holidays. Treat yourself. 417 Industrial Ave dailypalette.ca