INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Rising Restaurant Rents, Superior Gin And State-Run Weirdness

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Rising Restaurant Rents, Superior Gin And State-Run Weirdness

by Talia Kleinplatz | The new chef memoir by Barbara Lynch is being touted by Eater as one of the best in years. Thinking of heading south of the border this summer? Scout rounds up some great places to eat and drink in Portland. What gives? Why does Victoria get a Superbaba but Vancouver doesn't? Sniff. Health nuts rejoice! A local company has created sticky quinoa to replace the rice in your next sushi order. Saveur shares their picks for some of the best bottles of gin on the… 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 | Mahjong Social & Shanghai Alley Noodle Shack Set For 2018 In Chinatown

OPENING SOON | Mahjong Social & Shanghai Alley Noodle Shack Set For 2018 In Chinatown

by Andrew Morrison | It's not everyday - at least these days - that something opens in Chinatown that actually has Chinatown roots, so this story is an… more 

#TBT | Five Years Ago This Week, We Looked Inside What Would Soon Become ‘The Acorn’

#TBT | Five Years Ago This Week, We Looked Inside What Would Soon Become ‘The Acorn’

by Andrew Morrison | Five years ago this week Michelle and I met up with musician Shira Blustein and chef Brian Skinner just after they'd taken possession of… more 

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE | The Vantage Point Of Table No. 3 At Commercial Drive’s ‘Kin Kao’

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE | The Vantage Point Of Table No. 3 At Commercial Drive’s ‘Kin Kao’

A long time ago we posted a reader’s poll listing what we considered to be the top five restaurant tables in Vancouver. We received so much in the way of… more 

OPENING SOON | Cafe Medina, Tacofino Team Up For Middle Eastern ‘Superbaba’ In Victoria

OPENING SOON | Cafe Medina, Tacofino Team Up For Middle Eastern ‘Superbaba’ In Victoria

by Andrew Morrison & Michelle Sproule | The teams behind Tacofino and Cafe Medina are joining forces with Abdallah El Chami of The Dallah Menu to open a new… more 

OPENING SOON | First Look Inside ‘Bells & Whistles’ – Coming To Fraser St. This Summer

OPENING SOON | First Look Inside ‘Bells & Whistles’ – Coming To Fraser St. This Summer

by Andrew Morrison | In early April I wrote a feature about the new restaurant project from the Wildebeest team in the Fraserhood. Due for a summer opening,… more 

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Cheap Tasting Menus And The Futility Of Reviewing Pop-Ups

INTELLIGENCE BRIEFS | On Cheap Tasting Menus And The Futility Of Reviewing Pop-Ups

by Talia Kleinplatz | The Globe & Mail’s Alex Gill on the new Rangoli location which is offering a cocktail program, an extended menu and late night… 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 

#TBT | Inside The Gutted Out Shell Of What Would Become ‘Finch’s Market’ In Strathcona

#TBT | Inside The Gutted Out Shell Of What Would Become ‘Finch’s Market’ In Strathcona

by Andrew Morrison | I remember being especially excited when I found out that West Pender's cult sandwich shop Finch's was opening their second location at… more 

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE | A Little Relative Quietude At Cafe Medina’s Corner Table No. 1

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE | A Little Relative Quietude At Cafe Medina’s Corner Table No. 1

A long time ago we posted a reader’s poll listing what we considered to be the top five restaurant tables in Vancouver. We received so much in the way of… more 

STACKED | Understanding The Superb Fried Chicken Sandwich At Fable Diner On Main St.

STACKED | Understanding The Superb Fried Chicken Sandwich At Fable Diner On Main St.

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 | Spanish-Inspired ‘Tempranillo’ Eatery Primed For Launch Tonight On Carrall Street

DINER | Spanish-Inspired ‘Tempranillo’ Eatery Primed For Launch Tonight On Carrall Street

by Andrew Morrison | As we mentioned back in April, chef/restaurateur Bill Robitaille was shutting down his Kozakura eatery in Gastown and getting ready to… more 

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