#TBT | A Look Inside Vancouver Urban Winery Before Its Launch — Five Years Ago This Week

#TBT | A Look Inside Vancouver Urban Winery Before Its Launch — Five Years Ago This Week

by Andrew Morrison | This summer will mark five years since the launch of Vancouver Urban Winery in what has become known as The Settlement Building at 55 Dunlevy Street. The 7,700 sqft address has since begat Postmark Brewing and Belgard Kitchen, but in the beginning - to me at least - it was all about venue potential. Not having ever set foot in the 90+ year old building before (and being barely aware of its exterior/footprint despite living just a couple of blocks away), I was… more 

NEVER HEARD OF IT | The Delicate Shroom & Pork Crepes At Kingsway’s ‘Thanh Xuan Cafe’

NEVER HEARD OF IT | The Delicate Shroom & Pork Crepes At Kingsway’s ‘Thanh Xuan Cafe’

by Fernando Medrano | Thanh Xuan Cafe is easy to miss. It doesn’t look like much from the outside (or from the inside for that matter). It is set between a… more 

THE NEW BREED | L’Abattoir Somm Lisa Haley On Making Wine Lists, Lunatic Cats And More

THE NEW BREED | L’Abattoir Somm Lisa Haley On Making Wine Lists, Lunatic Cats And More

We often hear the same names of Vancouver hospitality titans in local media. They do very well to represent and have done so for years. We work up thirsts and… more 

DINER | Veg-Mex ‘Lucha Verde’ Opens Tonight In The West End’s Legendary Lolita’s Location

DINER | Veg-Mex ‘Lucha Verde’ Opens Tonight In The West End’s Legendary Lolita’s Location

by Andrew Morrison with photos by Michelle Sproule | The highly anticipated launch of the Veg-Mex themed Lucha Verde eatery goes down tonight at 1326 Davie… more 

SO HOT RIGHT NOW | Brand New Vancouver Restaurants That Totally Live Up To The Hype

SO HOT RIGHT NOW | Brand New Vancouver Restaurants That Totally Live Up To The Hype

Scout has been keeping track of restaurant openings for a very long time. We try to focus on and follow the construction arcs of the eateries we believe are… more 

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Praising The New Hot Spots And A Tidal Wave Of Industry Woes

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Praising The New Hot Spots And A Tidal Wave Of Industry Woes

by Talia Kleinplatz | From Tacofino and The Juice Truck to Vij’s Railway Express, Vogue shares some of their favourite Vancouver food trucks. With the US… more 

RESTAURANT PORN | Live/Work Korean Cafe Situation Would Suit Quiet Block Off Clark Dr.

RESTAURANT PORN | Live/Work Korean Cafe Situation Would Suit Quiet Block Off Clark Dr.

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 

#TBT | On The Day Before Lucky’s Doughnuts Opened On Main St., Five Years Ago This Week

#TBT | On The Day Before Lucky’s Doughnuts Opened On Main St., Five Years Ago This Week

by Andrew Morrison | Five years ago this week I tried my first ever Lucky's Doughnut. I remember it well. I was taking a look inside the Mt. Pleasant location… more 

DINER | Another Hintless, Next-To-Impossible ‘Name That Vancouver Restaurant’ Challenge

DINER | Another Hintless, Next-To-Impossible ‘Name That Vancouver Restaurant’ Challenge

by Andrew Morrison | This game challenges Vancouverites to identify local establishments by revealing only a tiny facet of their interiors. It might look… more 

OPENING SOON | A Look Inside The New West Broadway Location Of Pallet Coffee Roasters

OPENING SOON | A Look Inside The New West Broadway Location Of Pallet Coffee Roasters

by Andrew Morrison | West Side caffeine lovers rejoice! The new Pallet Coffee Roasters is quickly taking shape at 2002 West Broadway (southwest corner of Maple… more 

DRINKER | Sipping On Cantillon & Duchesse de Bourgogne At The VCBW Belgian Showcase

DRINKER | Sipping On Cantillon & Duchesse de Bourgogne At The VCBW Belgian Showcase

by Carlos Mendes | So here's the thing: I love Belgian beer. And not just all those storied Trappist ales, rustic saisons, and bottle-fermented lambics being… more 

OPENING SOON | New Location Of Earnest Ice Cream To Launch June 15th On Frances Street

OPENING SOON | New Location Of Earnest Ice Cream To Launch June 15th On Frances Street

by Andrew Morrison | I was not a little thrilled yesterday to see ice cream finally being made at the new Earnest Ice Cream production facility. Owners Ben… more 

AWESOME THING WE ATE #1,002 | Longtail Kitchen’s Curry With Prawns & Pepper Squid

AWESOME THING WE ATE #1,002 | Longtail Kitchen’s Curry With Prawns & Pepper Squid

by Michelle Sproule | You know what's awesome on a perfectly sunny and breezy day? Sitting outside Longtail Kitchen at one of the patio tables (at New… more 

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