Culina Family of Restaurants

Locally sourced,

      foreign inspired

                 domestic cooking

Modern bistro fare…globally inspired comfort food using the finest local, in season or organic ingredients.

Carefully selected off the beaten track wine list and crafted cocktails to enjoy within historic brick walls or out on the terrace nestled under the canopy of maple trees, centrally located on Hall and Herridge Lane…Nelson’s favorite eat & drink destination.

Open 5 to late nightly.  Reservations are a good idea 250-352-2744

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Birthdays, anniversaries and intimate weddings…  whatever the occasion, it’s also the perfect place to book your party!    

Book us for your celebration lunch!  Office or work , bachelorette, birthday…we will host your private party during the day before we open. The sunny patio, or inside, is all yours!

Contact June 250-509-1990 or  jdmcewen@telus.net to book or for information.

What your wedding could be like at BiBO!

 

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    Share BiBO Gift Certificates
       with Friends & Family 
      Our new Kootenay series gift certificates are now available!

 

 

 

 

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BiBO Oysterbar

BRACE YOURSELVES!

Brent the Oysterman does it again and again and aww shucks, again as our fav Oyster event goes monthly!

Once every month those lusty bits of nourishment will be plucked out of the waters of the Gulf Islands, served up fresh on the half shell and in other exciting ways.

Call to reserve your table today as these nights fill up fast!

Next Oysterbar is

Friday May TBA

 

 

 

 

 

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With every $50 you can get a movie pass for only $4!  

Get it free with every $100!

 

 

 

 

 

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Finding Secrets on the Water, Erica Konrad, encaustic on wood. 24”h x 18”w, $500.00

 

Now Showing on the Brick at BiBO 
ERICA KONRAD
BIO:
Erica Konrad is an artist living and working in Nelson. Her background is a formal University education in environmental studies, which has laid the foundation for her intense inspiration from the natural world. She is mostly self taught, working in oil, plaster and gouache, with a focus over the last 8 years on encaustic (beeswax and tree sap). Using encaustic as a medium, layers are built up, fused with heat, exposed and then covered again. Working quickly with the hot wax awakens the intuitive mind, as it oozes, drips, hardens, and is revealed under many layers. Erica maintains an active studio practice creating artwork for public and private collections. When not painting, she is teaching and running an Artist Retreat www.hiddencreekbc.com
Artist Statement (from the series Fragments of Memories)
I aim to achieve a rhythm and a resolution within myself which matches what is visible on the surfaces of my paintings. These works take shape from fragments of memories, childhood recollections as well as present day adventures. A thought, a feeling, is introduced to canvas, through shapes and forms observed in my landscape. These markings gives hints of knowledge that we carry through life… like the early marks made by children – the lines, simple squares, scratches, and the sensory experience of the beeswax material itself. A process that results in images, reflective of present experiences, while also referring to snapshots of memories from the past.

 

Passing through a Small Window, Erica Konrad, encaustic on wood. 36”h x 50”w (diptych), $1200.