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The French sisters recently reopened The Pie Shoppe on Powell Street and have been baking up a tasty storm, including these beauties...
"When Vancouverites find out that White Lunch used to be a thing, I think they're more embarrassed than they are surprised..."
Experience the artist's robotic cinematic experience via 'Watching and Dreaming' at the Surrey Art Gallery, now until June 10.
It's an exciting time for a former cook whose line of all-natural, cannabis-based products (eg. "Orgasm Oil") is about to enter a new realm.
The crew from Savio Volpe are launching 'Pepino's Spaghetti House' and 'Caffe La Tana' on Commercial Drive this summer.
Frankie Harrington and Shaun Layton team up with chef Justin Witcher for a new concept at Main St. and 7th Ave.
The 1,500 sqft restaurant could open as soon as June and comes to us via Aaron Kafka, owner of Kafka's Coffee & Tea.
Barman David Wolowidnyk riffs on a old school classic from the saloons of yore using un-aged rye from the new East Van distillery.
Though these new photos would suggest otherwise, the revamped Cuban-inspired icon is looking to re-open early next week.
Vancouver’s service industry professionals called on to enter the boxing ring for the July 26th Aprons For Gloves Restaurant Rumble.
This sandwich disappeared into lore and legend only to become bigger, stronger and just a little bit better upon its glorious return.
Portland anarchists decided to radically intercede where their city had failed them, taking direct action to the streets, literally.
The folks behind Eastside Flea have secured a 20,000 sqft building on Prior St. and hope to have its studios ready for occupation by May 1st.
Speaking at the 10th edition are four women working at the cutting edge of the make-up, life/business coaching, and fitness industries.
In this You Should Know photo essay, Christine Hagemoen traces evidence of the route of the old Georgia East streetcar line.
We consulted with chef/restaurateur Angus An and designer Silky Chan to get the full (manga) story about the noodle joint's cartoonish branding.
The engine room of this massive crane on the shore of Copenhagen was renovated to include a spa, a meeting room and a suite for two.
We asked Victory Tattoo owner/artist Daniel Kurc to give us the lowdown on some of his favourite neighbourhood spots.
Fei Bing Express was one night only restaurant concept from Alex Dadzis and Ken Tsui that showed the address' nighttime potential.
A local cook recently found a professional knife kit on a Downtown Eastside curb and purchased it on the cheap. Is it yours?
With spring on the immediate horizon, we asked our friend Sam Philips of Victory Gardens to give us some guidance on green-thumbing.
The 1947 scalene icon sits like a sphinx at the intersection of Main and Kingsway, hiding a sexy secret beneath its rough stucco.
One of our favourite chocolate places will celebrate its fifth birthday next month. This is what it looked like before it was opening day.
The talented young chef of Vancouver's finest veggie-focused restaurant dishes on food, music, inspiration and more.
From plant to pallet, there's more than one story behind the branding of this local cafe and roaster...
"Don't Have a Cow Man: A Soy-tacular Meat Draw & Bingo Jamboree" is an evening that includes an extraordinary fancy-faux-meat raffle, plus two requisite, ages-old Legion pastimes: bingo and karaoke.
The old Wild Rice address has been home to three restaurants in three years, which makes imagining a fourth rather easy.
The co-owner/co-chef of the award-winning Kissa Tanto takes maps out some of his favourite food and drink spots in Vancouver.