POLL | 2016 ‘Canada’s Best New Restaurants’ Shortlist Out. Which Ones Are The Worthiest?

POLL | 2016 ‘Canada’s Best New Restaurants’ Shortlist Out. Which Ones Are The Worthiest?

Early this morning enRoute Magazine put forward the nominees for this year's Canada's Best New Restaurants list. Air Canada enRoute is excited to announce the return of Canada’s Best New Restaurants. To kick off the program Canadians are invited to vote at EATANDVOTE.com for their favourite restaurant from the 2016 nominees for Canada’s Best New Restaurants. The winner of Eat&Vote will be announced in the November issue of Air Canada enRoute, which reveals the top ten… more 

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Cheese In A Can & The Importance Of Good Restaurant Design

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Cheese In A Can & The Importance Of Good Restaurant Design

by Talia Kleinplatz | So not only are renters getting priced out of Vancouver, but farmers are too. With the national average at $5,000 per acre, our city is… more 

HEADS UP | Tickets For Growing Chefs’ 7th Annual ‘Farms To Forks’ Feast On Sale Today

HEADS UP | Tickets For Growing Chefs’ 7th Annual ‘Farms To Forks’ Feast On Sale Today

Our friends at Growing Chefs are set to return in early Fall and tickets just went on sale this morning. Check it out: Farms to Forks is back! On Sunday,… more 

AWESOME THING WE ATE #984 | Chambar’s Mainstay Sure Thing Breakfast Of Champions

AWESOME THING WE ATE #984 | Chambar’s Mainstay Sure Thing Breakfast Of Champions

by Joey Armstrong | I like breakfast. If a menu boasts a breakfast dish or two past 11am, you bet your ass I will order it. This happened recently at a… more 

NEVER HEARD OF IT | Old School Ramen Done Right At Unassuming ‘Shibuyatei’ In Richmond

NEVER HEARD OF IT | Old School Ramen Done Right At Unassuming ‘Shibuyatei’ In Richmond

by Ken Tsui | Recommendations for Shibuyatei often come with a warning: get there early. Located on a bustling strip off Bridgeport Road, the humble ramen… more 

EXPATS REVISITED | Still Smarting From The Grexit: Catching Up With Barman David Greig

EXPATS REVISITED | Still Smarting From The Grexit: Catching Up With Barman David Greig

What happens to people when they leave Vancouver? Do they wander and wane, wither and perish? Not typically. We don't want to cause a stampede out of this… more 

HEADS UP | Unique Kitchen & Retail Pop-Up Opportunity In Chinatown At ‘The Pie Shoppe’

HEADS UP | Unique Kitchen & Retail Pop-Up Opportunity In Chinatown At ‘The Pie Shoppe’

The Pie Shoppe, as we've noted previously, is evolving. The little operation at 721 Gore Avenue is going to temporarily shutter in Chinatown to focus on… more 

RESTAURANT PORN | A Brewpub That Ditched The Wings And Fed Us ‘Xiao Long Bao’ Instead

RESTAURANT PORN | A Brewpub That Ditched The Wings And Fed Us ‘Xiao Long Bao’ Instead

Restaurant Porn is a regular column of daydreams presented as a means to introduce Vancouver diners and designers to concepts, looks, and fully-formed ideas… more 

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On The Sexist History Of Salad And Every Bar’s Nightmare Customer

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On The Sexist History Of Salad And Every Bar’s Nightmare Customer

  by Talia Kleinplatz | Eater names their picks for the 21 best new restaurants in America. Closest to home we have Seattle’s Bateau and Salare, plus… more 

DINER | Bows x Arrows Ready To Serve Their First Customers In The Fraserhood Next Week

DINER | Bows x Arrows Ready To Serve Their First Customers In The Fraserhood Next Week

by Andrew Morrison | We've been waiting for a long time to see Bows x Arrows open their cafe and restaurant in the Fraserhood. I'm glad to report that opening… more 

DRINKER | Faculty Brewing Co. To School Our Palates With Beer Variety Starting Next Week

DRINKER | Faculty Brewing Co. To School Our Palates With Beer Variety Starting Next Week

by Andrew Morrison | Earlier this week Michelle Sproule and I took a look inside the imminent Faculty Brewing Co. at 1830 Ontario Street (the foot of Mt… more 

DINER | Gastown’s ‘Secret Location’ Set To Close July 31st After Unlikely Four Year Run

DINER | Gastown’s ‘Secret Location’ Set To Close July 31st After Unlikely Four Year Run

by Andrew Morrison | Secret Location, the restaurant that Alexandra Gill once called a "confused showpiece without a soul", is closing after four years on the… more 

DINER | Chinatown’s Highly Anticipated ‘Juke’ Fried Chicken Joint Set For Launch On Friday

DINER | Chinatown’s Highly Anticipated ‘Juke’ Fried Chicken Joint Set For Launch On Friday

by Andrew Morrison | One of the restaurants I've really been looking forward to on our anticipated openings list is Juke in Chinatown. This is, of course,… more 

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