If you can’t get enough of ‘The Bear,’ we’ve got great news for you. The culinary team at Vancouver’s Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts is ‘letting it rip’ this month, hosting two pop-ups inspired by the award-winning series.

The first dining experience will be a pop-up dinner, which will take place at the culinary school’s campus on Thursday, July 11th.

From 6 to 9 pm, guests can enjoy some of the show’s best-loved dishes, including a take on ‘The Seven Fishes’ Christmas Dinner feast in Season 2.

Here is the complete menu for ‘The Bear Dinner’:

  • ‘The Michael’ Cannoli: onion mostarda, mascarpone, Calabrian chili, gremolata, pistachio
  • Sydney’s Raviolo: ricotta, English peas, pecorino
  • ‘The Seven Fishes’: scallops, Pacific lingcod, cherrystone clams, honey mussels, prawns, anchovies, calamari
  • Season Three Surprise: To be revealed after the new season
  • Ube Gateau Basque: Ube & Saskatoon berries, inspired by Kasama — the world’s only One-Star Filipino Michelin Restaurant

Interested in checking it out for yourself? Limited tickets to The Bear Dinner are available online for $125 per person (plus tax).

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‘The Bear’ Cooking Class

For those looking to get behind the kitchen and say “yes, Chef” for yourself – consider checking out ‘The Bear’ Cooking Class on Saturday, July 20th from 10 am to 2 pm.

Here, participants will work in pairs to recreate iconic dishes featured in the show, all the while learning how to cook in a professional kitchen.

“This class is designed to capture the essence and flavours that fans love about ‘The Bear,'” says PICA President and Owner Sylvia Potvin. “From mastering Mikey & Carmy’s Mom’s Chicken Piccata to perfecting Sydney’s Risotto Parmigiano, participants will learn professional techniques and insider secrets to bring these dishes to life.”

Here are all the dishes participants will create (and eat):

  • Arugula, Fennel & Orange Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette
  • Mikey & Carmy’s Mom’s Chicken Piccata
  • Sydney’s Risotto Parmigiano
  • Margie’s Candies OTT Caramel Sundae
  • The Pink Drink

Even better, participants get to take their aprons home!

Spaces for ‘The Bear’ Cooking Class are limited, so if you’re interested – it’s a good idea to register sooner rather than later. Tickets are available online for $225 per person.

Don’t forget to bring containers for any extra food you create!

So there you have it, ‘The Bear’ fans! Enjoy.

‘The Bear’ Dinner and Cooking Class – Vancouver

When: Thursday, July 11th and Saturday, July 20th
Where: 1505 West 2nd Avenue, #101
Cost: $125 per person for the dinner, $225 per person for the cooking class