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Downtown Vancouver’s UnderBar raises profile with cart

Food truck in outdoor dining area offers street-level food, drinks

By , Columbian Associate Editor
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UnderBar owner Kurt Van Orden looks over the new food cart in the bar's expansion in Uptown Village on Friday afternoon.
UnderBar owner Kurt Van Orden looks over the new food cart in the bar's expansion in Uptown Village on Friday afternoon. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

A speakeasy called UnderBar has emerged from the dark, moody basement of a downtown Vancouver building and expanded to a nearby outdoor area with a food cart.

Co-owner and founder Kurt Van Orden constructed the wood-fenced outdoor area with a gazebo, which seats about 20, about six months ago.

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