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Chef Lucais Syme and Dustin Dockendorf are launching the casual Italian restaurant tonight at 350 West Pender Street.
Created by Devin McKeigan, this delicious drink is a mix of rum, white vermouth, apple demerara, orange bitters and salted caraway.
We asked the chef from Tableau Bar Bistro and Homer Street Cafe to take us on a tour of his favourite local eating and drinking spots.
Our 'New Breed' hospitality interview series continues with a young and dedicated bartender imported from the United Kingdom.
Opening this Spring at 309 West Pender Street, the new spot will be a casual, 90 seat counter-service operation.
David Hawksworth, Angus An, Melissa Craig, Ned Bell and a dozen other culinary greats want to cook for you this weekend.
The local speaker series continues Nov. 29 at the Vancouver Playhouse with a line-up tasty stories and delicious ideas.
The ballets include two World Premieres and one first-time Canadian performance, and feature a range of styles and artistic choices.
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Oct. 17 to Oct. 23, 2018.
Shaun Seihachi Inouye, Programming Associate at The Cinematheque, is slated to speak at the next PechaKucha (October 18th).
Open from 2015 to early 2017, Latab was a short-lived gift to local foodies from chef Kris Barnholden and wine pro Eryn Dorman.
The Vancouver Public Library is due to unveil the results of its massive renovation/expansion this Saturday at 10am.
Feast your eyes on this new film, Cuban Food Stories, screening September 29th & October 7th as part of VIFF’s IMPACT programming.
The owners of Autostrada and Cinara are planning to supplant the acclaimed latter with the popular former early in the New Year.
The GreenBelly Project is a concept that would see boring, windowless urban walls producing all kinds of deliciousness.
The second instalment of our new Q & A series, Picking Grapes, has a young wine pro detailing his love affair with BC grapes.
This year's festival includes almost as many films and events as there are days in the year. These are the movies we won't be missing.
Located in what used to be the French Concession in Shanghai, this stunning tiramisu cafe would feel right at home in Vancouver.
There are over two dozen Canadian and international artists slated to play the city's best indoor venues for their sophomore event.
"Don't you think the Green Men should be paid to be at the games...like as much or even more than the zamboni guy?"
Architect Manuel Herz's 'Ballet Mécanique' apartments in Central Zurich could teach local developers a thing or two about balconies.
Celebrated sommelier Jason Yamasaki of Joey Restaurant Group is the first to answer our new Q & A series, Picking Grapes.
This massive architectural model of New York City got us thinking how cool it would be to see Vancouver similarly represented.
The four-storey, 135-room Castle Hotel featured an elaborately tapestried main floor beer-sipping venue with many stories to tell.
The highly anticipated 214 seat restaurant from the Toptable Group is finally coming together at 1109 Hamilton Street.
Brian Fowke and Tim Keller's sprawling, 150-seat Metro restaurant boasted a great design and a tourist-magnet location, but barely lasted a year.
“Considering the number of candidates running for Mayor in this election, I wouldn’t be surprised if Mr. Peanut threw his hat into the ring too.”
Each location of Lebanese eatery Nuba has great seating options, but Table #10 at their Yaletown address is unquestionably superior.