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Eating Out: Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

If you like good food and are looking for a fun go-to Vancouver restaurant that is equally enjoyable with or without your kids, you really need to check out the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

Kid-Friendly Vancouver Restaurant

Some restaurants are kid-friendly because they have kid sized meals on their menus. Other restaurants are considered kid-friendly because no one looks at you funny when your toddler has a tantrum and kicks and screams under the table. Then there are places like the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co., which are uniquely kid-friendly by not only offering a fresh and delicious kids menu, but also by having an amazing play space right in the dining room.

Their adorable wooden play kitchen, complete with child-sized aprons, pots and pans and plush fruits and vegetables, is the perfect thing to keep your child busy and entertained while waiting for your meal to be served. The best part is that they do all of this for children, while still maintaining a grown-up atmosphere that makes it the kind of place I would go to with my girlfriends on a Friday night.

The kids menu is amazing. They have pizza, obviously, but also macaroni and cheese, organic free range chicken and a grilled cheese sandwich, to name just a few. They even have a pretty appealing veggie plate which my toddler happily tucks in to each time we go.

This Vancouver restaurant even offers some fun and memorable experiences. Every Sunday and Monday evening from 5:00 to 7:00pm, kids can make their own pizzas: roll out their dough, spread tomato sauce and add their toppings. Or better yet, they also host birthday parties, where each child can make his or her own pizza at a cost of $13 per child.  Sure, you could probably host a pizza making birthday party at home for less money, but then you’d have to clean up the mess!

Pizza, Pasta and More

Everything I’ve ordered at the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. tastes fresh and flavourful. My recent favourite is the Farmer’s Market pizza, which changes almost daily and has four or five local seasonal toppings in addition to pesto and goat’s cheese.

The restaurant isn’t all pizza. Their menu is also filled with pastas, sandwiches, salads and more. The varieties are flavourful and unique, and the daily specials are always particularly interesting.

A Business that Gives Back

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. claims to buy as much produce as they can from local farmers. I like that, not only because it supports the local economy,but also because I think it makes for a better tasting dish.

This Vancouver restaurant also offers fundraising programs to help local schools. You can hold a Tuesday night fundraising event in the restaurant (where 10% of all sales goes to your school) or organize a frozen pizza sales fundraiser (where $3 from every pizza sold goes to your school). It sounds like a pretty tasty way to make a difference in the community.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

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1876 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver
4186 Main St, Vancouver
Park Royal, West Vancouver

 

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  • Christine
    September 9, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    That pizza looks delish!!! Guess I know what I’m having for dinner.

  • Heather Maxwell Hall
    September 11, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    sounds awesome!

  • Karen Y Chester
    September 12, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    Can’t wait to try the new one on Main St.

  • Heather, True Cuddles
    September 16, 2011 at 1:47 am

    Love Rocky Mountain! They are also nut free, which is perfect for our four year old.

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