Track & Food Podcast

Alex Black Of Blnd Tger Dumplings On Living His Best Life, Opening A Business During COVID-19 And Paying Homage To Mamie Taylor's

June 09, 2021 Jamie Mah / Mickey Mcleod/Alex Black Season 1 Episode 63
Track & Food Podcast
Alex Black Of Blnd Tger Dumplings On Living His Best Life, Opening A Business During COVID-19 And Paying Homage To Mamie Taylor's
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Track & Food Podcast
Alex Black Of Blnd Tger Dumplings On Living His Best Life, Opening A Business During COVID-19 And Paying Homage To Mamie Taylor's
Jun 09, 2021 Season 1 Episode 63
Jamie Mah / Mickey Mcleod/Alex Black

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It's always wonderful to chat with individuals who are happy and fulfilled. Today's talk with bartender and budding entrepreneur Alex Black of imminent Blnd Tger was no exception. I've known Alex for many years now as a prominent fixture within the Vancouver hospitality industry. He's worked for some exceptional people and businesses. Most notably Wildebeest, Hawksworth and Nightingale just to name a few.

We got on the line the other day to discuss his newest venture, a dumpling shop that will be the front of what used to be Mamie Taylor's. I say front because the back part of the space is still under construction for a different concept all together.

Hoping to pay homage to the neighbourhood and their fondness for Chinese dumplings, Black and his team are coming this way with a small 7 dumpling menu with a focused, but fun beverage program.  From what I've gathered, they've done the research and are excited to soon showcase what they've come up with. Can't wait.

This chat was fun, informative and completely PG, something he and I often lack when speaking. Enjoy!

Sadly, no Mickey. School demands his attention. He apologizes.

blndtgerdumplings


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Now brought to you by Scout Magazine.

It's always wonderful to chat with individuals who are happy and fulfilled. Today's talk with bartender and budding entrepreneur Alex Black of imminent Blnd Tger was no exception. I've known Alex for many years now as a prominent fixture within the Vancouver hospitality industry. He's worked for some exceptional people and businesses. Most notably Wildebeest, Hawksworth and Nightingale just to name a few.

We got on the line the other day to discuss his newest venture, a dumpling shop that will be the front of what used to be Mamie Taylor's. I say front because the back part of the space is still under construction for a different concept all together.

Hoping to pay homage to the neighbourhood and their fondness for Chinese dumplings, Black and his team are coming this way with a small 7 dumpling menu with a focused, but fun beverage program.  From what I've gathered, they've done the research and are excited to soon showcase what they've come up with. Can't wait.

This chat was fun, informative and completely PG, something he and I often lack when speaking. Enjoy!

Sadly, no Mickey. School demands his attention. He apologizes.

blndtgerdumplings