Nestled beneath the iconic Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a brand-new culinary hotspot – Prophecy.

The visionary brand behind Vancouver favourites such as Banter Room and Living Room at Hotel Belmont, At Home Hospitality was founded in 2017 by Teddy Wilkie. Teddy, originally from Toronto, played NCAA Division 1 baseball before venturing into the hospitality industry. Since its inception, At Home Hospitality has flourished, drawing in new talents like Justin Mensah-Coker and Michael Rose.

When discussing their ties to downtown Vancouver, each member had a story to tell. Teddy fondly recalled his start in downtown Vancouver back in 2019 when he opened the Living Room Lounge at Hotel Belmont, while Michael mentioned his wealth of experience working at various Vancouver establishments like the Westin Resort and Spa and the Fairmont Pacific Rim before joining the At Home Hospitality team. Justin, the newest member of the hospitality group, was a Kitsilano native that spent the early part of his career transitioning from professional rugby to hospitality. In fact, his first position in downtown Vancouver was at the iconic Cactus Club Coal Harbour.

The team expressed their fondness of being located in downtown Vancouver, “a central hub which so many Vancouverites and visitors pass through every single day.” They cherish their “proximity to some of Vancouver’s most renowned entertainment venues and hotels like [their] home, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, as well as the stunning downtown waterfront.”

Prophecy is set to be Vancouver’s newest premier cocktail destination, featuring drinks by acclaimed Beverage Director Jeff Savage and paired with meticulously curated bites. With its unique blend of vintage charm and cutting-edge mixology, Prophecy invites guests to “escape into the past while embracing the future”. “Here, every sip tells a story, and every moment sparks an adventure”, the team shares.

As the trio sets their sights on the future, they also pay homage to the history of the Rosewood Hotel Georgia. Nestled within one of Vancouver’s most historic hotels, with a legacy spanning over a century, they are committed to honouring and enhancing that heritage. They look forward to “contributing to that legacy by offering guests an exquisite space where they can enjoy consistently exceptional cocktails and food.” Moreover, they eagerly anticipate “an even more robust downtown Vancouver, appreciated and patronized by locals and international visitors who feel safe and excited to explore.”

You can visit the newly opened Prophecy at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia at 801 W Georgia St. or check out their website.

Photo Credits: Maggie Lam of SMC Communications and Johnathon Thompson Photography