White Spot Pirate Pak Day is August 12


Ahoy, mateys! Once again, Vancouver’s own White Spot will be letting grown ups be kids for a day with their popular Pirate Pak Day on Wednesday, August 12.

It’s the one day a year adults can order the restaurant’s iconic Pirate Pak, a meal served in a cardboard boat for the 10 and under set since 1968, complete with fries, drink, ice cream, and loot…err, a gold foil-wrapped chocolate coin.

$2 from each Pirate Pak purchased on Pirate Pak Day go to Zajac Ranch for Children–an organization that sends kids and young adults with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities to camp.

Get in to your local White Spot early, as Pirate Pak Day always draws a crowd. We hear there will be some fun stuff happening at one of the newest Spots, the Dunsmuir and Richards location in downtown Vancouver, too.

If thinking about Pirate Pak Day has you craving White Spot, if you hit them up from now until September 6 you can order from their Celebrate BC summer menu, which showcases fresh, local ingredients (like BC blueberries) and includes tasty burger, salad, and entree options.

White Spot Pirate Pak Day 2015

When: Wednesday, August 12
Where: White Spot locations

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