Scout 25

Vancouver’s Best Restaurants, Ranked

25 Places

A fresh panel of local industry pros created this list of essential restaurants for Winter, 2019. Rank them with your picks!

Scout List

Scout List Vol. 506

11 Places

An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Jan. 16 to Jan. 22, 2019.

Restaurant Graveyard

Vancouver’s Restaurant Graveyard

57 Places

With the help of many diners and restaurant industry veterans, we bring you this growing token of remembrance!

The Latest

New Location of Autostrada Now Open

Chef Lucais Syme and Dustin Dockendorf are launching the casual Italian restaurant tonight at 350 West Pender Street.

11 Places

Scout List Vol. 506

An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Jan. 16 to Jan. 22, 2019.

When a Veteran Four Seasons Chef Opened a Comfort Food Joint on Main Street

In this week's edition of Restaurant Graveyard, we remember and inter Chef Wayne Martin's casual experiment, Crave on Main.

Let ‘Head in the Clouds’ Take You Above the Majestic Karst Towers of Guilin

Filmmaker/drone pilot Ivan Bondarenko flew his Mavic Pro around the stunning limestone hills of Guilin, China to make this short film.

‘Drink Beer, Hail Satan’ — Guy Fieri on East Hastings

Food celeb Guy Fieri was in town shooting in Hastings-Sunrise today, parking his '68 Camaro out front of two neighbourhood joints.

You Need To Try This

Vancouver’s Best Ramen, Ranked and Mapped

12 Places

Ramen is something we do better than any city on this side of the Pacific. Use this map/guide to seek out the best of it.

You Need To Try This

Vancouver’s Best New Restaurants of 2018, Mapped

9 Places

We present these fine establishments in no particular order, but give each of our readers TWO votes so they can be ranked.

Former Acorn Chef to Launch ‘Frankie, We Salute You’ in Kelowna This Spring

Brian and Christina Skinner are opening the new restaurant together in Kelowna's upcoming District Market this April.

Old School ‘Douce Diner’ Opening Soon

Chef Dawn Doucette is launching the comfort food throwback at 1490 Pemberton Ave. in North Vancouver later this winter.

When a Veteran Four Seasons Chef Opened a Comfort Food Joint on Main Street

In this week's edition of Restaurant Graveyard, we remember and inter Chef Wayne Martin's casual experiment, Crave on Main.

‘Drink Beer, Hail Satan’ — Guy Fieri on East Hastings

Food celeb Guy Fieri was in town shooting in Hastings-Sunrise today, parking his '68 Camaro out front of two neighbourhood joints.

Deadline Approaches for Scholarships Supporting Local Women in the Culinary Arts

The scholarships, which range in value from $500 to $5,000, reflect the diversity of the British Columbian hospitality industry.

Can You Correctly Identify This Vancouver Restaurant?

Do you think you know Vancouver's restaurant scene well enough to identify this spot? Give us your best guesses in the comments...

On Corona’s Right to Be Pissed and the Bizarre Diet of President Richard M. Nixon

In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia gets to the bottom of gabagool and learns what BC diners are really like.

Drinker

Beer Brief Vol. 13

10 Places

A succinct briefing on local beer-related news and imminent events (mapped for your crawling pleasure by Thalia Stopa).

Six Years Ago This Week, Inside the Construction of Gastown’s PiDGiN

For our Throwback Thursday feature this week we go back to the beginnings of one of Vancouver's best restaurants.

Management Position Open at Hawksworth

Summerland’s 8th Generation Vineyard Is Hiring

Full-Time Server Sought at Gastown’s L’Abattoir

Homer St. Cafe & Bar Is Searching For a Sous Chef

Gastown’s L’Abattoir Is Looking for an Expo

Burdock & Co. Is Looking for a Server’s Assistant

Let ‘Head in the Clouds’ Take You Above the Majestic Karst Towers of Guilin

Filmmaker/drone pilot Ivan Bondarenko flew his Mavic Pro around the stunning limestone hills of Guilin, China to make this short film.

On Terrifying Mannequin Heads and the Effectiveness of ‘Yuppies Go Home’ Graffiti

In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr learns of casinos being casinos and visiting Kentucky senators.

Watch This 1958 TV Show Featuring a Fraud Named ‘Trump’ Promising a Magic Wall

In this 1958 episode of the CBS series Trackdown, a man named Trump arrives at a western town to warn of doom and offer protection.

The View From Your Window #171

We love posting photos like this that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!

On Cutting Down Trees for Better Views and Respecting Protesters By Arresting Them

In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr lambasts the PM's performance and listens to the radio...from space.

Vancouver Once Had a City Architect, and He Was As Prolific As He Was Controversial

The 'You Should Know' series continues with a look at A.J. Bird, the architect behind some of Vancouver's most iconic buildings.

We Want an Adventuremobile That Can Drive Across Deserts and Walk Up Mountains

Instead of driving gingerly around obstacles and hazards off-road to find the perfect campsite, what if you could just step over them?

This bulletin board is used by members of the Scout Community to share their news. On a typical day it will include new menu offerings; details on special deals and events; new stock and sale notices; announcements of senior staff appointments; and much more.

High Point and R&B Collaborate on New West Coast Pale Ale

Ancora Brings Nikkei-Style Cuisine to the North Shore

4 Places

Hiking the Lynn Loop Trail With Fjällräven

Chinatown’s Mamie Taylor’s Is Once Again Open For Business