Science of Cocktails is back on Feb 6th for it’s fifth consecutive year and I absolutely cannot wait to attend again! All proceeds from this event support the Class Field Trip Bursary Program, allowing over 9,000 kids from underserved schools to visit the geodesic dome by covering their entry and school bus fee.
If you love science AND love cocktails, then you must attend this event at least once in your life. They have more than 30 cocktail stations (all using technology or molecular gastronomy of some kind), as well as 15+ food stations prepared by notable chefs. There were years where The Keg served unlimited prime rib sliders, and Miku served unlimited aburi sushi. <3
One of the coolest things about SOC is that Vancouver’s most notable bartenders (see list here) usually use this event to create their most outrageous and innovative cocktails! From whiskey affogatos to alcoholic popsicles and ice-cream, I’ve had alcohol and cocktails in the weirdest forms here, and I LOVE IT.
On the other hand, really famous Vancouver chefs all attend SOC as well to provide delicious one biters of food and I’ve never been disappointed. Here is the list of the chefs attending this year.
Science of Cocktails is looking to raise $280,000, which would allow them to surpass $1M raised for the program since its inception. To date, more than 23,000 kids and their schools have benefited from the bursary program.
Date: February 6th, 2020
Time: 8pm – Midnight
Tickets: $165 General (get tickets here)