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Covid-19 Update

March 19th, 2020

Dear Valued Friends and Customers,

Chris and Myself have always considers our Staff and Customers as an extension of our family. With the ever changing events surrounding the COVID-19 virus will be closed from Thursday the 19th of March, subject to Government direction, to ensure the utmost safety of our staff and customers.

Due to the hardship of a closure like this we do encourage you to pre-purchase gift vouchers of any denominations to help us keep the doors open after the dust settles. We are also working hard to set up a to-go service so nobody has to miss out on our delicious Aussie Tucker.

We would like to thank you at this time for your continued support.  Please know we hope to continue to provide our community, a safe place to come and escape your worries at the time we are able to reopen our doors.

If you have any questions or would like to purchase any Gift Vouchers please feel free to contact me via Facebook or Instagram or email me on corina@moosesdownunder.com

Stay safe, and we’ll see you soon

Corina

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Moose’s voted top comfort food in Vancouver!

Welcome to Moose’s Down Under – Vancouver’s favourite Aussie bar and grill. Located in the heart of downtown, Moose’s has been serving up Aussie beers, food and hospitality for more than 23 years. Famous for its friendly vibe, comfort food and authentic accents, Moose’s is the place to be if you need a slice of Australia. We show all your favourite Aussie sports like AFL, NRL and cricket live whenever we can. So, whether you’re an ex-pat with a parma craving, or a local who wants to try kangaroo, come down under and join Corina, Chris and the gang for an experience you won’t forget!

Please note we are an all-ages venue, and wheel chair access is available via the elevator located to the right of the stairwell through the glass door.

FROM THE GUEST BOOK
Ed, 22/9/2014
Vancouver, BC
Hi there, I went to a fundraiser for and organization called “Vocaleyes” on Saturday September 20, 2014. This organization explains the action in a live play over radios and earpieces to blind and visually impaired people. I am visually impaired myself. I just wanted to say that your service and friendly staff made the evening an extremely special time. I don’t get out much as I have a child with CF which takes up a great deal of time. My time at your Bar and Grill was probably the best time out I have had in years. You all made me feel extremely comfortable and contented. We plan to come back on our own in the near future. I thought it was important to tell you what a GREAT job you are all doing.

Jim, 26/4/2014
Vancouver, BC
My WWII friend and I attended the Anzac Day Ceremony and afterwards visited your restaurant for some sustenance. I had booked a table, but when we arrived the Maitre-de realised that my friend Ed would be more comfortable at a different table, so she very kindly asked some diners to move to our table while we took over their spot that had more room to accommodate his walker frame. The staff were so friendly and the customers as well. We were made to feel so very welcome. Our service was efficient and, oh so friendly. The food was first class and the cost very reasonable. I would like to say a special thank you to all the wonderful staff who made Ed so comfortable and we two so welcome.