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Cuban-Inspired ‘Tocador’ Ready on Main Street

Industry veterans Dale Styner and Guy Stowell are ready to unveil their first restaurant tonight in the heart of Mount Pleasant.

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Daydreaming with Local Artist, Paul Melo

Touching on food, inspiration, craft and stories of shots not taken, Vancouver's Paul Melo speaks volumes in this new interview.

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Vancouver’s Best Restaurants, Ranked

25 Places

A panel of local food and beverage pros created this list of essential restaurants. Pick your 3 favourites to help rank them!

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Behind the Playful, Beautiful Branding of BC’s ‘A Sunday In August’ Wines

We spoke with winemaker Michael Schindler about the beautiful artwork adorning BC's "A Sunday in August" wines.

Inside the New ‘Tractor Foods’ on Broadway

The newest location of the quick-service, health-focused restaurant opens Monday, February 26th at 601 West Broadway.

We Want These Conjoined Face Dishes by East Van Artist Emma Canning

It's amazing just how much expression is contained in the chin and lips of these conjoined dishes by this local ceramicist.

The Block of Vancouver That Was Once Dedicated to Vinyl Records

"I miss hitting Record Row on a Saturday afternoon and blowing my cash tips on a shit tonne of vinyl. Hell, I miss cash tips, too..."

On Backflips and Bandsaws with the Exceptionally Talented Jay Miron

The same gung-ho attitude and life ethos that had him slaying double backflips on his bike now has him executing smooth lines in his studio.

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The Scout Guide to Victoria

27 Places

Mapping out all the delicious and wonderful things to eat, drink and do in the provincial capital right now.

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Vancouver’s Best, Most Work-Friendly Coffee Shops

30 Places

Need to get some work done while caffeinating? We've mapped out Vancouver's best cafes and asked Scout readers to rank them.

Inside the New ‘Tractor Foods’ on Broadway

The newest location of the quick-service, health-focused restaurant opens Monday, February 26th at 601 West Broadway.

Reimagined ‘La Taqueria’ Nears Reopening on Hastings

The "pinche taco shop" may have just opened its sixth location, but its first has been closed for renos since November. Here's what to expect.

Behind the Playful, Beautiful Branding of BC’s ‘A Sunday In August’ Wines

We spoke with winemaker Michael Schindler about the beautiful artwork adorning BC's "A Sunday in August" wines.

In Pursuit of Holy Grails with Vij’s Award-Winning Sommelier, Sean Nelson

Local boy Sean Nelson just won the title of BC’s Best Sommelier for 2018. Now he sets his sights on an even bigger prize.

Everything You Need to Know About What to Do With a Wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano

This incredibly thorough tutorial on the art and craft of processing wheels of the prized Italian cheese is oddly satisfying.

This Spanish Restaurant for Blood Alley, Please

Spanish architectural firm Lucas y Hernández-Gil created this stunner for Seville, but we'd much rather have it in Gastown.

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...

This Meat Was Grown in a Lab. Would You Eat It?

These fish croquettes, chorizo tacos and morsels of foie gras were all grown from cells in laboratories in San Francisco.

On Booze Making Us Meaner and the Presidential Pattern of Ruining Steaks

This Monday's read of the food and beverage headlines teases prison dining, the history of the Caesar cocktail, and much more.

Toptable Group Seeks Intermediate Accountant

Chambar Is on the Hunt for a Daytime Manager

La Taqueria Is on the Hunt for Experienced Bartenders

Monkey 9 Brewpub Is on the Hunt for an Executive Chef

Robson’s CinCin Seeks Experienced Bartender

We Want These Conjoined Face Dishes by East Van Artist Emma Canning

It's amazing just how much expression is contained in the chin and lips of these conjoined dishes by this local ceramicist.

The Block of Vancouver That Was Once Dedicated to Vinyl Records

"I miss hitting Record Row on a Saturday afternoon and blowing my cash tips on a shit tonne of vinyl. Hell, I miss cash tips, too..."

On Backflips and Bandsaws with the Exceptionally Talented Jay Miron

The same gung-ho attitude and life ethos that had him slaying double backflips on his bike now has him executing smooth lines in his studio.

On Predicting Budgets and Speculation Being Vancouver’s Best Hope

This read of the day's news reveals anticipation of the provincial budget, a double-fisted curling husband and questionable a Canuck move.

The Vancouver Park with the ‘Hobo Jungle’ Past

Before it was a magnet to beer league baseball players and dog walkers, this green space was home to a dump and a homeless camp.

A Zeppelin-Shaped Cabin for Finn Slough

The Jules Verne-like "Mr. Plocq’s Caballon" is located on the shore of the Loire estuary in France, but we want it much closer.

The Beautiful Art and Science of “Nordic Skating” on Thin Ice

On a small lake in the Swedish wilderness a skater glides along the ridiculously thin ice emitting a series of bizarre sounds.

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.

Beaucoup Bakery’s Betty Hung to Release Cookbook in Fall 2018

Di Beppe Brings Bacaro-Style Happy Hour to Gastown

Oscar Party Set for The Bottleneck on Sunday, March 4