VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #259 | Le Marche St. George Could Keep Operating As Is

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #259 | Le Marche St. George Could Keep Operating As Is

by Andrew Morrison | I love that scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off when Jennifer Grey is asked to contribute to help save her brother - Ferris Bueller -… more 

HONOUR BOUND | Oysters, Sausage & Wine Under The Night Sky At Le Marche St. George

HONOUR BOUND | Oysters, Sausage & Wine Under The Night Sky At Le Marche St. George

Janiki, Klee, Pascal (and even wee Lola) and the staff at Le Marche St. George always convey such genuine warmth and friendliness that you never really feel… more 

GOODS | Curious Oyster & Racine Wines Pair For ‘Bon Hiver’ At Le Marche St. George

GOODS | Curious Oyster & Racine Wines Pair For ‘Bon Hiver’ At Le Marche St. George

The GOODS from Curious Oyster Vancouver, BC | West coast oyster season is here. To mark the occasion, Curious Oyster is teaming up with Racine Wine Imports to… more 

GOODS | Curious Oyster & Racine Wines To Pair Up At Le Marche St. George On Nov. 14

GOODS | Curious Oyster & Racine Wines To Pair Up At Le Marche St. George On Nov. 14

The GOODS from Curious Oyster Vancouver, BC | When oysters are in season, Parisian bistros spill over onto the sidewalks with patrons celebrating with plates… more 

HEADS UP | Klee Larsen Of Le Marché St. George Showing New Work At “The Shack”

HEADS UP | Klee Larsen Of Le Marché St. George Showing New Work At “The Shack”

The Larsen family are a talented bunch. Sisters Janaki and Klee do plenty more that just make Le Marché St. George this city's most one-of-a-kind corner… more 

HEADS UP: Le Marché St. George Set To Celebrate 2nd Birthday With Pop-Up Shop

HEADS UP: Le Marché St. George Set To Celebrate 2nd Birthday With Pop-Up Shop

Le Marché St George turns two years old this weekend. The cool-as-hell corner store and the good folks behind it are celebrating by sharing treats, offering… more 

Seen In Vancouver #396: Lunch With Joy Road & JoieFarm At Le Marche St. George

Seen In Vancouver #396: Lunch With Joy Road & JoieFarm At Le Marche St. George

by Michelle Sproule | When three of your favourite things all come together at once it's like a rare planetary alignment. You just sit there and enjoy the… more 

HEADS UP: Le Marche St. George Pop-Up With “Mikuni Wild Harvest” This Saturday

HEADS UP: Le Marche St. George Pop-Up With “Mikuni Wild Harvest” This Saturday

There's a Mikuni Wild Harvest pop-up shop this weekend at Le Marche St. George. It will feature the most popular and unique items from the Mikuni Catalogue… more 

Seen In Vancouver #366: Owen Lightly’s Chef In Residence Supper At Le Marche St. George

Seen In Vancouver #366: Owen Lightly’s Chef In Residence Supper At Le Marche St. George

Owen Lightly, the chef behind Butter on the Endive (and Scout's Pound of Butter food column), recently ran a series of Chef in Residence dinners in one of… more 

Seen In Vancouver #363: The Puglian Supper In The Back Garden Of Le Marche St. George

Seen In Vancouver #363: The Puglian Supper In The Back Garden Of Le Marche St. George

Scout and Le Marche St. George hosted a pretty amazing supper the other night (tickets were $25 and it sold out in less than half an hour). Renaissance man… more 

Le Marche St. George & Scout To Present An Intimate Italian Supper On Sunday (Sold Out)

Le Marche St. George & Scout To Present An Intimate Italian Supper On Sunday (Sold Out)

We are partnering with Le Marche St. George to host an intimate, exploratory evening of Mediterranean cuisine this Sunday, April 29th. Polymath Tonio… more 

GOODS: Butter On The Endive & Le Marche St. George Prep “Chef In Residence” Pop Up

GOODS: Butter On The Endive & Le Marche St. George Prep “Chef In Residence” Pop Up

The GOODS from Butter On The Endive Vancouver, BC | Butter on the Endive is gearing up for another great event. This time we will be taking over the beautiful… more 

Cool Thing We Want #319: Hand Made Bowls By Janaki Larsen At Le Marché St. George

Cool Thing We Want #319: Hand Made Bowls By Janaki Larsen At Le Marché St. George

So in love with the simplicity of these shallow bowls by Janaki Larsen | Le Marché St. George | $15 each EVERY COOL THING WE WANT

Cool Thing We Want #307: One Of The Cozy Wool Shawls From “Le Marche St. George”

Cool Thing We Want #307: One Of The Cozy Wool Shawls From “Le Marche St. George”

Can't wait to get our hands on some of the new natural wool products at Le Marche St.George. Unbleached and unaltered wool throws, shawls and pillows, just in… more 

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