Happy spring everyone! We’re moving into our very last season of shortstacking – only six left! Join us this Sunday for Poached Pear Pancakes with Rosemary Butter (and Rosemary Earth Balance for the vegans). For extra deliciousness, we’ll have homemade yogurt and maple syrup as well. As always, all organic and homemade, gluten-free and vegan stuffs available.

Sunday, March 24th, featuring:


Lewis has played Celtic and folk music from a young age, growing up in the highlands of Scotland. He studied piano and accordion at the Scottish National Centre for Excellence in Traditional Music and played in the bands Force 10, Fèis Rois and Hoodja amonst others. Lewis’s act combines tunes and songs of Ireland, Canada and his native Scotland. A contemporary twist on traditional accordion playing takes the lead with lively tunes or makes a rhythmic accompaniment to his folk and self-penned song repertoire.


Fist Full o’ Snacks is the song weaving adventures of Vancouver’s Robyn Jacob; Fist Full o’ Snacks’ influences are diverse, and include minimalism, Balinese Gamelan, and New Music. Her music has graced concert halls to living rooms to seedy pubs. She attacks the piano with rhythmically asymmetrical arrangements, complimented by soaring vocal experimentations. Her songbank includes love songs to her bike, tales of epic pilgrimage, and memories of life’s many journeys and adventures. Currently, she is working on a capella quartet arrangements of her songs, in addition to her piano and vocal settings. Take a listen at: fistfullosnacks.bandcamp.com