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About Scotiabank Captains Room-Rogers Arena
NOTE: Scotiabank Captains Room is a MEMBERSHIP based restaurant. For information on how to purchase a membership, please contact (604) 899-GOAL(4625).
Scotiabank Captains Room is an exclusive membership-based restaurant and is home to award-winning Executive Chef Robert Bartley. Enjoy a premium all-you-can-eat dining experience for $63 per person (beverages are an additional cost). Join us two hours prior to Canucks home games.
The Scotiabank Captains Room menu changes from game to game. Chef Valerio Pescetelli uses the freshest locally sourced products in order to create a dining experience that is second to none.
Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1
Hours of Operation:
Open during all regulation Vancouver Canucks home games. Doors open two hours prior to the start of the game.
The dining menu in Scotiabank Captains Room changes each night.
Expo Bldv and Pacific Blvd
CAN$51 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Captains Room is closed for concert events.
This is such an amazing experience!! The food which is set out as a buffet is incredible!! The staff are very keen on knowing any special things they can do for you!! My wife has alergies to shell fish and ginger.
The chef came out personally and showed her all that she could safely eat, and offered to do special salads so as to not have any cross contamination. Which we declined as there was plenty of delicious options.
Our waiter shared the concern just as much as the chef. We came back up in the first intermission and the waiter and chef had prepared a meat, cheese, and fruit platter for us, and of course already had our drinks on our table as well.
This is not the first time we have been to the Captain's Club and it will not be our last!!
If you have not experienced this yet, please do yourself a favour and try it.
We are always impressed each time we go to the Captain's Club!!
Tried out the Captains Room for the first time, likely to go back next year as the value was comparable to going out before the game for dinner. The service was great and our waiter was very pleasant and made sure we had everything we needed. Food was tastey but we are not huge seafood lovers and it looked like there was your pick from the sea. There were however, two carving stations with four types of meat. Advise to parents with infants or small children, call in advance to make sure a high chair is available. My only complaint about the night was the hostess didn't make an effort to find one for us which made it difficult to enjoy eating together.
If you have allergies I would be very careful and not trust their allergy warning signs. There was a peanut butter skillet cookie and the allergy warning card only said "contains: gluten, eggs, dairy". I appreciate that they are now using the warning cards however if you cannot trust that the cards are accurate, it would be almost better not having the cards at all, so people would then ask the staff before eating. They need to be careful with something like peanuts because people can die. Also it might be a good idea to individually portion the peanut desserts (like they do with other desserts) as people tend to use the same serving utensil on other desserts at the table.
Getting off topic here but I find Rogers Arena particularly bad for peanuts. Their soft serve ice cream topping bar has peanuts and you can see the servers spilling crushed peanuts into all the other toppings. Hopefully no one has to have a severe reaction or die before they decide to do something about this.
Our dinner for two, two glasses of wine, and a single latte came to a total of $200. The servers we very kind and having access to the room between periods was unique, but this fell far below expectations for this price point.
We could eat at Joe Forte's for 1/2 this price before a game and countless other options.
The convenience of eating at the rink before the game is interesting but the limited access to in between periods only, the limited food options, the fair but not overwhelming quality of the food-- just doesn't justify this price point.
This is the first time I've left a game and have considered not renewing my seasons tickets.
$200 Captain's Room
$515 for a night out that isn't justifiable regardless of the calibre of the team. This is $21,115/year for 41 games (this doesn't include preseason or postseason)
The game day value just isn't there. Not for $20,000+/year.
Promotions to attract new ticket buyers often trump deals for the loyal seasons ticket holders, not enough attention is spent on game day value, prices are not aligned with other NHL teams and game day experiences. While no company wants to hear "spend more/do more and charge less" this is where our beloved Canucks are today and the ear muffs and blinders are unfortunately firmly in place on the decision makers. And this fan base knows it.
Compared to when Aramark ran this restaurant, the food is better quality however the selection is less, particularly salads and side dishes, and the price keeps getting higher. The wine list is simply too expensive and lacking in choice, particularly for whites. Possibly why it no longer sells out for all games - the word is out!
I attended the Jan 2 game with clients. Me and my colleagues have been here many times over the years and the food seems to have gone downhill. Its okay, but for the price not really worth it. Most of us would not be coming here anymore but it is convenient for the game and to our seats. The meal used to be a bigger draw. They served squid which was lack luster and turkey which wasn't as good as the turkey I had at home a week before. The prime rib was great. Salads were good. Dessert bar is nothing like it was 3 years ago. For the money I would try Gotham and then go to the game.
Our waiter was genuinely trying to do everything he could to help us enjoy ourselves.
The turkey was a great surprise for the December hockey game. It should have been accompanied with some type of cranberry sauce dish though!
Just having been told I could not eat wheat, made me aware that there was no gluten/wheat free alternative bread. For the price of the meal I do not think that would be an unreasonable consideration.
The service was exceptionally friendly and made us feel like valued customers. My guest has food allergies and every dish I as labeled for allergies. The chef prepared a special serving of salmon with no dairy. We were made to feel like it was a pleasure to help which was sincerely appreciated.
A friend and I recently ate at the Captains Room before a hockey game. The Captains Room is no longer the attraction it once was as the Captains Club. It was very noisy. There are too many tables now and not as many serving stations, so it feels really crowded. And there was not as much selection of food as a few years ago. It felt like they have cut back on the offerings, the portion size and the quality of the food. But the price has gone up, $60 per person plus beverages.
The food available was indeed excellent. The variety was well done, though there does need to be more variety available between periods of hockey games. I would not recommend the captains table to friends due to the expensive wine list. There are many places to enjoy where the bar tab wouldn't take up as much on the bill as it does the food. The service was more than excellent! It was a quiet night as a preseason game, but our server, Jane, who is new, went above and beyond to answer questions and to satisfy our requests.
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