There are many things we are passionate about at Rocky Mountain Flatbread: using lots of local & organic produce, free range organic meats & Ocean Wise seafood. Watch the show as we create handcrafted flatbread pizzas, daily pastas, seasonal soups, salads & desserts “to live for” from our open kitchens & artisan ovens. We also provide a wide selection of B.C. wines & local craft beers. And for all those pizza lovers who are wheat intolerant or have nut allergies – we create extremely tasty gluten free and nut free pizzas! Our daily salads, soups & cheesecakes are also gluten free and nut free!

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  • Best Garlic Ever with Brendan Young

    Oct 2015
    - 7:00 pm -

    Canada imports more than 80% of the garlic we eat. This garlic is often sprayed heavily with pesticides which leave a large environmental and health footprint. Garlic is easy to grow and many varieties are perfectly suited to our local climate. Join Earth Bites facilitator Brendan Young, a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Urban Farmer, to learn how to grow your own garlic. When to plant and harvest, how to feed and keep your garlic healthy, how to store your garlic to make it last, and how to prepare your garlic to get the most health benefits. Whether you have a full garden, community plot, or 2 foot condo patio, you too can grow the best garlic ever!

    All proceeds donated to EarthBites School Programs.

    Don’t miss out. Click here to reserve your space!

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“One of the best pizzas I have wolfed down.” Alexandra Gill, The Globe & Mail

“Organic and full of flavour, that’s flatbread.” Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

“The Rocky Mountain Flatbread is making a common North American staple spectacular.” Jason McRobbie, Alive Magazine

“It’s the crust and fresh organic ingredients that make these pizzas outstanding.” Mark Laba, The Province

“Combine the great taste, responsible sourcing and strong mandate for community support.” Tim Pawsey, The Courier