Darby’s Public House Donates

Darby’s Public House, which in case you didn’t realize already, is one of the BEST places in the city to have food and drink with the most LEGENDARY patio!

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Full disclosure my wonderful brother Brendan Bonfield, General Manager at Lightheart Hospitality Group, is the creative energy behind this place and I am so proud!

*Update: the very kind folks at Darby’s Public House decided to straight up donate the value of the case of wine they had originally donated! I’m up by another $180.


Absolutely inspiring! Thanks guys.



Darby’s Public House is a local and independent establishment that has been a part of the Kitsilano community for over 30 years. With over 30 beers to choose from Darby’s Public House offers Kitsilano’s best selection of craft beer on tap. Friendly staff, Cask Night, Pairing Dinners, Trivia, Karaoke, Open Mic and Live Sports will keep you entertained while you enjoy food prepared by Chef Bill Taylor from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. During the summer come enjoy the rooftop patio at Darby’s, one of Vancouver’s largest roof top patios which offers a relaxed atmosphere and a scenic view of the North Shore Mountains.
Stop by and see why Darby’s Public House continues to be a local favorite after 30 years.
You may not also be aware that they are a wonderful company:
“We are very proud to be partnered with Mealshare, a non-profit dedicated to fighting hunger throughout Canada and around the world.
For every Mealshare branded menu item purchased at our location, one meal will then be provided to an individual in need. Most of the financial support goes to Mission Possible to purchase and provide meals right here in Vancouver. Mission Possible does a great job at getting someone in the door with a warm meal, and then offering programs like job training, addiction recovery and counselling. These programs help individuals get their life back on track, and we think that’s awesome! The remaining support goes to provide meals to children in developing countries through Save the Children.
There is no extra fee or action required to participate in Mealshare. So, next time you stop by, look for the Mealshare logo. It’s a small act that makes a big difference. Learn more at www.mealshare.ca”

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