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This event marks Merchant's Workshop's final affiliated dinner, on the heels of their impending closure on Thursday, August 16th.
Superflux regularly cuts through the craft beer scene clutter with the quality of their beers and their consistently attractive branding.
Fernando Medrano eats his way through Hue exemplars at Hoi An Cafe on Victoria Drive for our "Never Heard of It" series.
Sara Khan, Bunnie Reiss and Pennylane Shen put down their brushes and cans to answer our questions about their work and much more.
#TBT to the day when most of the restaurant's taxidermy - bears, ravens, pheasants, coyotes and more - was affixed to the walls.
Busier than ever (with a second location on the horizon), the young and talented Chinatown bartender pours us a deep dive Q & A.
"Strength" and "resistance" aren't words that come to mind when you think of gardening, but they guide the ethos of this local company.
One of Vancouver's most interesting young artists talks life, work, inspiration, past and future in this long read interview.
Dunlevy Snackbar opened in 2010 and transitioned from coffee and baked goods to cocktails and Korean pancakes. It closed in 2015
For our Throwback Thursday entry this week we look back at the start of Los Cuervos, the irreverent cantina at 603 Kingsway.
The new project will pair front-of-house veteran Van Doren Chan with chef Darren Gee in the Merchant's Workshop space.
The Birds & The Beets team is up to something new and very interesting - a convertible concept - in the old Roost location.
Kids were encouraged to run guiltlessly, joyously amok at this memorable (if often outrageously loud) counter-service cafe off The Drive.
Chefs Dallah El and Doug Steven are dishing out the special collab with orange blossom sweet tea and sumac fries on July 28.
We asked the award-winning Bar Manager at The Keefer Bar to guide us through a good day of eating and drinking in Vancouver.
One of the best neighbourhood restaurants in Vancouver is set to shut its doors after several years of memorable service on The Drive.
Aaron Kafka's eponymous new, two-level, 75-seat cafe is less than two weeks away from launching on Emily Carr's new campus.
The Clark Drive cafe and roaster's co-owner fills us in on the story of Agro and its rebranding, from inception to full bloom...
Efendi Uyghur is a small, welcoming and wonderfully delicious exemplar of a cuisine we wish we had a lot more of in Vancouver.
This quick trip down memory lane includes over a dozen photographs of one of our favourite local distilleries. Take a look!
The owner of the always-on-point Main Street boutique Much & Little fills us in (and up) on her favourite places to eat and drink.
Co-owner Steve Kuan and designer Thomas Albrighton relay the ominous aspects and creative thought processes behind Torafuku's look.
Tight Club's Keighty Gallagher just sent us a cool short video that immediately made us want to get outside and move.
The 'Best Seat in the House' column returns to detail the secluded awesomeness of this hidden gem in Mt. Pleasant.
We asked Aya Garcia of Brassneck Brewing to give us a tour of her favourite food and drinks spots across Vancouver.
The successor to a Commercial Dr. legend is on the verge of opening. We snuck in for staff training and took these photos...
The new cafe looks fancier than the original, but the real improvements are in systems, methods, machines and product.
The best, most authentic Cubano sandwich in Vancouver is worth investigating, ingredient by ingredient, to see how it's done.