AWESOME THING WE DRANK #715 | ‘Slam Dank’ – The Latest Killer IPA From Twin Sails

AWESOME THING WE DRANK #715 | ‘Slam Dank’ – The Latest Killer IPA From Twin Sails

by Carlos Mendes | In case you haven't noticed, Twin Sails is absolutely killing it right now. Along with Superflux Beer Co. (the recently re-branded 'Machine Ales') this small Port Moody outfit is definitely getting a lot of my money these days. And while their overall lineup is solid in its own right, it's their IPA & Pale Ale game that's really setting Twin Sails apart. The story should be pretty familiar by now. Hot new brewery becomes the darling of local aficionados, limited… more 

HEADS UP | Self-Professed #DumplingKing To Host February Pop-Up Series On Powell St.

HEADS UP | Self-Professed #DumplingKing To Host February Pop-Up Series On Powell St.

by Ken Tsui | Just about every culture has a dumpling of sorts, but in Vancouver it's the Chinese dumpling that reigns supreme. Coming in all shapes and sizes,… more 

DINER | Another Horrible, Next-To-Impossible Game Of ‘Name That Restaurant’ (SOLVED)

DINER | Another Horrible, Next-To-Impossible Game Of ‘Name That Restaurant’ (SOLVED)

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

NEVER HEARD OF IT | Sexy, Forbidding Bowls Of Awesome At Tiny Cafe Xu Hue On Kingsway

NEVER HEARD OF IT | Sexy, Forbidding Bowls Of Awesome At Tiny Cafe Xu Hue On Kingsway

Never Heard Of It is a series of stories exploring Vancouver’s many informal hole-in-the-wall eateries. These are the places that don’t get much in the way… more 

AWESOME THING WE DRANK #714 | Raats Family Wines 2012 ‘Dolomite’ Cabernet Franc

AWESOME THING WE DRANK #714 | Raats Family Wines 2012 ‘Dolomite’ Cabernet Franc

by Treve Ring | Yes, it’s true – the renegade renaissance of South Africa winemaking is now, and it’s actually made it over to shelves in BC. I’m… more 

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Seducing Wagyu And How It Was That Brunch Became A Thing

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Seducing Wagyu And How It Was That Brunch Became A Thing

by Talia Kleinplatz | This week in completely bizarre news: The story of one Ontario farmer who specializes in Wagyu genetics (read: semen). The code language… more 

OPENING SOON | ‘Forkhill House Irish Bistro’ Coming To Coal Harbour’s Old Fat Badger Spot

OPENING SOON | ‘Forkhill House Irish Bistro’ Coming To Coal Harbour’s Old Fat Badger Spot

by Andrew Morrison | Last week we reported on the closure of the West End's cozy Fat Badger, an English-style pub known for its laid back vibe, well pulled… more 

DINER | Whistler’s Legendary ‘Il Caminetto di Umberto’ Has Been Bought By Toptable Group

DINER | Whistler’s Legendary ‘Il Caminetto di Umberto’ Has Been Bought By Toptable Group

by Andrew Morrison | Later this week it will be officially announced that Toptable Group - the company that oversees such esteemed BC restaurant as CinCin,… more 

STACKED | Making Juicy Sense Of The Secret ‘Dirty Burger’ Codes Upstairs At Campagnolo

STACKED | Making Juicy Sense Of The Secret ‘Dirty Burger’ Codes Upstairs At Campagnolo

STACKED is a Scout column that aims to dig down into the delicious details of Vancouver’s better sandwiches and burgers. From banh mi and burgers to sliders… more 

DINER | ‘Mensch’ Set To Open Lengthy Pop-Up In The Old ‘Salty Tongue’ Location In Gastown

DINER | ‘Mensch’ Set To Open Lengthy Pop-Up In The Old ‘Salty Tongue’ Location In Gastown

by Andrew Morrison | Good news! Mensch is coming to Gastown for Winter/Spring pop-up. The popular Jewish delicatessen's Fraserhood address recently closed at… more 

DINER | Another Horrible, Next-To-Impossible Game Of ‘Name That Restaurant’ (SOLVED)

DINER | Another Horrible, Next-To-Impossible Game Of ‘Name That Restaurant’ (SOLVED)

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

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Dissing ‘Big Night’ And The Opening Of ‘Mott 32’ In Trump Tower

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Dissing ‘Big Night’ And The Opening Of ‘Mott 32’ In Trump Tower

by Talia Kleinplatz | The people have spoken and the results are in! Winners in this year’s Chinese Restaurant Awards include Richmond’s Chef Tony, Main… more 

AWESOME THING WE DRANK #713 | Locally Distilled ‘Lohin McKinnon’ Single Malt Whisky

AWESOME THING WE DRANK #713 | Locally Distilled ‘Lohin McKinnon’ Single Malt Whisky

by Shaun Layton | Single malt whisky you say? From BC? But I thought the golden nectar only came from Scotland! Not necessarily. To be called “Scotch” the… more 

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