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The Origo Club Is A Restaurant, Cafe, and Art Gallery, All In One

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Photo: Origo Club

Located in Richmond’s Oval Village this Summer, the Origo Club is the ultimate triple threat.

It’s part restaurant, part cafe, and part art gallery, all in one beautiful package.

It’s set to be one of Metro Vancouver’s newest hot spots, complete with—French-inspired cuisine and a state-of-the-art coffee & tea bar while showcasing an impressive collection of contemporary Asian art.

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Photo: Origo Club

The 5,200-square-foot space will be a unique blend of both the cultural and culinary worlds.

By day, guests can sip on a variety of espresso-based beverages or a cup of tea. Enjoy lighter fare as well as a selection of baked goods. By night, the space will transform into an ultra-chic eatery. The menu will be full of classic French fare, imported sake and even whiskies from around the world.

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In addition, after your stomach is full, you can also feed your mind by browsing their private collection of contemporary Asian art.

The new concept is bringing together a lot of Vancouver’s greatest talents— like Woody Wu, the former sommelier at Hawksworth, Head Chef David Pan (Bishop’s) and Sous Chef Dilan Draper (Wildebeest), just to name a few.

“At Origo Club, we are excited to orchestrate and deliver an experience where the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts,” says Wu. “We have taken great care and pride in creating a space that brings together the very best aspects of modern Asian art and French-inspired food, wine and café culture.”

For more new eateries in Metro Vancouver, take a look at North America’s largest Indian buffet in Delta and Korean BBQ king Seorae coming to Richmond this Summer.

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Location: 110-6888 River Road, Richmond

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