Michael Bublé shows some serious love for ‘legendary’ BC chain’s burgers and caesars

Josh Duncan | February 22, 2021 in Food & Drink

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There’s no question that Michael Bublé loves British Columbia.

The Burnaby native still lives in the Lower Mainland, cheers for the Vancouver Canucks, is a part-owner of the Vancouver Giants and supports many local charities and causes.

He also, like many people who were born and raised in BC, loves himself some White Spot, and he showcased that over the weekend.

The 45-year-old ate at the iconic BC chain over the weekend and shared a message with his millions of social media followers.
 


“When we get through COVID-19 and it’s safe to travel, bring your beautiful family to British Columbia, Canada,” Bublé wrote.

“Don’t miss out on White Spot, a legendary place to have a burger and caesar.”

In the picture, he’s showing off a tasty White Spot caesar in one of the restaurant’s classic branded glasses, but his caption is an ode to the chain’s delicious legendary burger.

Bublé may be the spokesperson for Bubly Sparkling Water these days, but he could do the same job for White Spot because he has us craving a legendary burger and caesar.

For our BC readers feeling the same way, you visit White Spot in the near future for a meal, but most of our out-of-province readers will have to wait until they’re given the green light to visit BC.

White Spot was founded in BC in 1928 and there are dozens of locations around the province, with expansion in recent years seeing locations pop up in Alberta, Washington State and Hong Kong as well.

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