How Vancouverites Used to Drink When It Really Was a No Fun City

‘If you think Vancouver is a restrictive bummer now, you should be glad you weren't trying to have fun in the bottle club era!”

This Italian Architect’s ‘Pinecone’ Should Be a Laneway House in Strathcona

Given the option, we think a lot of us would choose to live in a pinecone inspired by the theories of philosopher Michael Foucault...

You Need to Try the Perfect Drink for Pretending the Weather Doesn’t Suck

What rain? The pre-batched Aperitivo Spritz at Railtown's award-winning Ask For Luigi is summertime in a bottle.

The Witchery 3.0 Dinner is a Vegetarian Halloween/Samhain Feast

Forgo costumes and bite-size candy this Halloween and head to Heritage Hall for an otherworldly vegetarian feast

A Look Inside The New Black Lodge

Claire Wyrostok and Brad MacKinnon have opened their new and cozy/campy vegetarian restaurant on East Broadway.

Underground “Heads & Tails” Dinner Goes down in East Van This Weekend

Secure your spot at Rabbit's Foot Supper Club's especially meaty six-course Sunday dinner this weekend

Bosa Foods is Now Open at 562 Victoria Drive — Take a Look Inside

It was a long time coming, but it's here now. Go ahead and browse the 4,600 sqft of Mediterranean deliciousness...

Why Doesn’t Vancouver Have a Fish & Chips Joint That’s This Good Looking?

Everyone has expectations of what a good food and chips shop should be, but what if those expectations were messed with a little?

Project Soccer YVR’s Restaurant League Kicks Off on October 25th

Assemble your industry coworkers and get ready to kick it for a good cause

Opening Soon

Popular All-Day Breakfast Eatery Secures New Location on East Hastings

Yolks is moving out of the old Brave Bull address and into a brand new space that comes complete with a 40 seat patio.

A Day in the Studio and a Bourbon Sour with Local Maker Nadia M’Seffar

Get to know the chicken-and-waffle loving Vancouver-via-Montreal maker behind the much loved EM'SAY line.

Opening Soon

Now Open and Wicked Delicious in the Fraserhood: Bells and Whistles

As the NHL season opener nears, the Fraserhood welcomes a new, sports-inspired eatery that scores points on every level.

Catching Up Over a Few Pints with Local Beer Legend Nigel Springthorpe

Eight years after his first Big Interview, The Alibi Room & Brassneck co-owner talks branding, boxing...and pig brain beer

You Need to Try the “Rolling Thunder” Cocktail at Nomad on Main Street

In a recent cocktail comp, Nomad barman Matt Benevoli set out to recreate the experience of a thunderstorm in a glass...

You Need to Try the Living Daylights out of This Juicy ‘Rouge Burger’

Introduce your face to this hanger/sirloin patty on a fat-fried bun layered with house mayo and caramelized onion.

The Wild Bunch Gets Set to Host Four Festive Thursday Evening Workshops this Fall

Get creative at one of The Wild Bunch's festive, autumnally-themed floral workshops starting October 5th.

Bosa Foods Nears Completion on Victoria Drive — Take a Look Inside

The new incarnation of the East Van Italian icon is only a couple of weeks away. These photos reveal construction progress to date.

What’s the Story with the Bunny in the Fox’s Belly at Brassneck Brewery?

Brassneck Brewery's Nigel Springthorpe explains how the Main Street company's most iconic image came to be.

Art Rapture Returns to Mount Pleasant With Prohibition-Themed Art Experience

Get ready for the Art Rapture! The urban art event is coming back to the neighbourhood on September 22/23.

Vancouver Would Be Cooler If It Had More Public Bake Ovens

Toronto has more than a dozen public bake ovens but Vancouver has just the one. What do we have to do to get more?

The Shop’s TJ Schneider Talks Denim, Five Years in Chinatown and Dining with Brad Pitt

Thalia Stopa has a lengthy chat with polymath TJ Schneider of The Shop on its 5th anniversary in Chinatown.

Sunshine, Concrete Couches and Ping Pong Next to a Brewery on a Bike Route

The new double-triangle bike route hangout on Vernon Drive (at Union Street) is the chillest place to take a break during rush hour.

East Van’s Little ‘Joojak’ Makes the Awesome Xi’an Burger You’ve Been Waiting For

Joojak's hearty, complex and aromatic Xi'an dishes might just help you through Vancouver's long descent into the wet of winter.

The Dumpling King Pop-Up Returns for Four Delicious Nights at Hives For Humanity

Find out what the buzz is about at the #DumplingKing's second pop-up restaurant, hosted by the Bee Space at Hives for Humanity

Final ‘Summer Sizzler’ Goes Down This Saturday with Five Ciders, Music, Snacks and Fun

Fill your bellies and growlers with five ciders at the final Sunday Cider Sizzler of the year, this Saturday September 16th

Savio Volpe Served up a Pasta With a Secret Weapon Lurking Underneath

You know when you dig into a dish you feel you know everything about but it turns out you don't and it's delicious? Yeah, me too.

Bid a Tasty Goodbye to Summer with Five Rising Chefs at East Van’s ‘Stacks On Stacks’

Five up and coming chefs are preparing to flex their culinary muscles at this upcoming food-focused block party

Why this Abandoned 19th Century Mansion-Turned-Restaurant Would Suit Railtown

Valuing architectural history can sometimes mean incorporating ruins into new constructions, like this modern eatery in Mexico.