Kask and their expert team know what it takes to entice the taste buds. It’s all about keeping it fresh, keeping it local, and keeping it exciting. The concept of Kask is based on just that. Excitement, ingenuity, and creativity inspire the ever-evolving menu selections. With a few stellar permanent goodies, Kask operates on the notion that less is more, allowing the flavours to really speak for themselves.
The trendy and comfortable environment really promotes a shared and social experience. As a test kitchen, their team encourages feedback from guests to help guide the direction of the food program. Each week, Kask comes up with new and innovative culinary delights inspired by you and from all around the world. The fresh, local ingredients used emphasize the quality and taste that shines in each dish.
Getting thirsty? Come wet your whistle with the diverse craft beer program offering up 26 draught beers sourced from around North America. The taproom at Kask devotes extra attention to local, BC microbreweries, showcasing some of the finest brewmasters known to us. Like the food, the beer is also on a rotating schedule, promoting a varied experience that any beer lover can appreciate. Their cocktail program is inspired by a variety of unique base spirits, infusions and tinctures, and feature craft distilleries quarterly.
Kask has been tastefully designed with options for intimate or communal seating in mind.
Come on down to the revitalized downtown core and let Kask blow you away. “Good food. Good beer. Life is good. Life lessons from Kask.”
Meet Ross Birchall
Meet Ross Birchall
Ross Birchall has always been a foodie, and a longtime fan of craft beer. He appreciates quality food and drink and knew there was room in the Prince George market for a social-experience focused establishment.
Being passionate about his city and the people of Prince George, Ross is driven to see the revitalization of the downtown core. He sits on the board of Downtown PG and chairs the Business Development Task Force, and is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Prince George. Ross has noticed a shift in downtown Prince George, with an influx of creative energy and risk-taking on the rise. He notes that “Downtown is the place to be. The future is bright and it’s only getting brighter.”