Field Trip

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.

Drinker

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.

Community News

Where to Book Your Holiday Parties

A growing list of the seating capacity and buy-out details of Vancouver's very best restaurants.

Scout 25

Our Readers Rank The Best Restaurants In The City, Autumn 2017 Edition

Got an opinion on the best restaurants in Vancouver? Help us narrow down our panel's top 25 picks for the season.

Heads Up

What Hotel Would You Most Want to Stay in If You Were Visiting Vancouver?

Let's pretend you're not from around here and had your pick of where to stay in Vancouver as a first-time tourist...

Where to Eat & Drink In Railtown / Japantown, Ranked by Scout Readers

Detailing the seven best restaurants in the neighbourhood, from the Alibi Room to St. Lawrence.

If Vancouver is in the Midst of an Ice Cream Boom, Who Is Making the Best Stuff?

We pick the best ice cream shops in Vancouver and our readers rank them in order of awesomeness

The Very Best Cocktail Bars In Vancouver, Ranked By Scout Readers

Drinks expert Talia Kleinplatz details Vancouver's best drinking spots and asks readers to pick their faves.

Kitsilano

...coming of age in the interwar period as a magnet to blue collar workers looking to put down picket fence roots...
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8 Places

Searching for Vancouver’s Best Food and Drink with Chef Daniel McGee

From waking up with breakfast BLTs to wolfing flaming pies, Au Comptoir's chef maps out his ideal food and drink crawl of Vancouver.

East Vancouver

...a huge swathe of land; largely residential (with some pockets of industrial), massively multi-cultural, and predominately working class.
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You Need To Try These Little Blueberry Pies in East Van

The French sisters recently reopened The Pie Shoppe on Powell Street and have been baking up a tasty storm, including these beauties...

Downtown East Side

...a strong, vibrant, and essential facet of Vancouver that – to its eternal credit – isn’t afraid to stand up for itself.
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Vancouver's Most Racist Restaurant, Remembered

"When Vancouverites find out that White Lunch used to be a thing, I think they're more embarrassed than they are surprised..."