ISSUE 17  |  Seattle Market

Restaurant Visit: Meat & Bread in Vancouver

April 25, 2011 6:30 PM

BY Julie Carlson

Located in the historic Gastown neighborhood, Meat & Bread features worn hardwood floors, subway-tiled walls, mounted animal heads, and a leather punching bag and metal chairs for a butcher-shop-meets-boxing-gym vibe. Owners Cord Jarvie and Frankie Harrington worked with architect Craig Stanghetta and brand experts Glasfurd & Walker to create the look; go to Meat & Bread for more information.

Above: A long magnetic rack holds a collection of vintage knives.

Above: Whitewashed brick walls and a neon Meat sign.

Above: Graphic identity by Glasfurd & Walker Design.