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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.
The annual festival in and around Oppenheimer Park offers up full plates of Japanese-Canadian arts, culture, and fabulous food.
Long-time friends are opening a new cafe and bakery in the brand new building at 868 East Hastings St.
Having six different lasagnas on the menu is a clever way to ensure the affections of every sane person currently walking the earth.
The annual celebration of Italian heritage is one of our great entertainment assets -- 14 blocks of delicious things to eat, drink, see and do!
Recently installed at the popular Chinatown restaurant are these big cut-glass vessels filled with pre-batched delights...
"My parents used to tell stories about sneaking beers into the Green Door and feasting big on spot prawns and fresh crab..."
The highly anticipated restaurant serving "Nashville Hot" fried chicken kicks off trial runs before its June 13 launch.
Right before the last Canucks riot, a huge new bar would arrive on Main Street. Though it didn't last, these photos did. #TBT
...where we discuss dreamworlds, misplaced nostalgia, Wandering Albatrosses and a (possible future) career as a whale tattoo artist.
A delightful coconut and gin cocktail with a delightfully quirky story behind it that involves a rather harrowing flight to Cuba.
Remember the awesome Zero Waste Market pop-ups in Kitsilano? This new East Van "green" grocer is the brick and mortar result.
This crisp and palate-cleansing beer is the perfect thirst-quencher for summertime picnics, BBQs or plain ol' day-drinking.
The interdisciplinary artist, activist and Tahltan First Nation member's works are visually compelling and politically pertinent. Take a look:
We put together a list of the worst restaurant names in Vancouver's history to see how the poorly considered "Escobar' measures up.
Long before El Camino's packed them in at 3250 Main Street, the address was home to this slick Pan-American wine bar.
It's only nine years old, but the iconic signage above the multiple award-winning restaurant looks and feels like it's been there forever.
Now in pre-sales, "Blood, Sweat & Beers" will document the six year history of the event and its participants through words and photos.
Juniper's talented bar manager takes us on a delicious trip around Vancouver for the best breakfasts, lunches, happy hours, dinners and more.
In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds pots smoothies and a lack of diversity in restaurant criticism.
The typically wine-loving chef explains the inspiration behind Chicha's 2nd beer dinner with Strange Fellows Brewing, happening on May 29th.
Head to 1000 Parker Street Studios for a three-day long event of unique, salon-inspired art for the full spectrum of art-lovers.
We love this unassuming Japantown eatery for its genuinely warm service and the delicious homestyle dishes it turns out, like this one.
Chefs Doug Stephen and Lindsey Mann of Merchant's Workshop are hoping to launch their "DL Chicken Shack" later this month.
The long awaited 54 seat restaurant is in its first week of operations at 145 East Pender Street. Get in now before everyone else does.