YOU SHOULD KNOW: How Its Tiki Tacky History Makes “The Waldorf” Worth Saving

YOU SHOULD KNOW: How Its Tiki Tacky History Makes “The Waldorf” Worth Saving

by Stevie Wilson | January 24th will mark The Waldorf Hotel's 64th birthday. In light of the recent sale of the property to condo developers, it's uncertain as to whether this particular milestone will be celebrated by Vancouverites. But thanks to an outpouring of public support over the last week, the future of the East Van landmark as a multi-purpose venue and historic site is gaining a lot of attention. At the time of writing, nearly 17,000 people have signed a petition to the… more 

Photos: “The Waldorf Hotel” Is Looking Sharp On East Hastings

Photos: “The Waldorf Hotel” Is Looking Sharp On East Hastings

by Andrew Morrison | As mentioned last week in a press release, the new and - by the looks of it - much improved Waldorf Hotel is to be christened this… more 

Grand (Re)Opening Of The Iconic “Waldorf Hotel” This Saturday

Grand (Re)Opening Of The Iconic “Waldorf Hotel” This Saturday

News from Scout supporter The Waldorf Hotel Vancouver, BC | We are pleased to announce the relaunch of the Waldorf Hotel. To celebrate, we're throwing a free… more 

Waldorf Hotel To Hold Job Fair This Saturday On East Hastings

Waldorf Hotel To Hold Job Fair This Saturday On East Hastings

News from Scout supporter The Waldorf Hotel Vancouver, BC | The Waldorf Hotel, designed in 1947 by architects Mercer & Mercer, was remarkable from the… more 

Photos: Kris Krug Inside The Upcoming Waldorf Hotel Redux

Photos: Kris Krug Inside The Upcoming Waldorf Hotel Redux

These gorgeous, vignette shots of The Waldorf Hotel come courtesy of my friend Kris Krug of Static Photography. If you haven't heard jack shit about this… more 

Waldorf Hotel To Go Boutique With Refit & New Restaurants…

Waldorf Hotel To Go Boutique With Refit & New Restaurants…

This is so rad that I have goosebumps and its like 29 degrees here in the vineyard's shade... The 63-year old Waldorf Hotel at 1489 East Hastings, originally… more 

Cold Pacificos And A Gabillion Tacos Set To Rule On Hastings…

Cold Pacificos And A Gabillion Tacos Set To Rule On Hastings…

I ate so many tacos (con Dos Equis e Pacifico) at a preview of La Taqueria (322 West Hastings) last night that when I rolled out of bed this morning I actually… more 

Anticipated “F@cking Taco Shop” On West Hastings Nearly Open

Anticipated “F@cking Taco Shop” On West Hastings Nearly Open

Two months ago Scout broke the very welcome news that Victor Bouzide and Ernesto Gomez of Nuba, Marcelo Ramirez of Le Faux Bourgeois, and PICA grad Rafael… more 

Crosstown To Score Authentic Taqueria In Old Nuba Location

Crosstown To Score Authentic Taqueria In Old Nuba Location

The old Nuba space at 322 West Hastings has sat dormant ever since the restaurant moved across the street several months ago, but it will soon see life again,… more 

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