DINER | Inside “Bufala”, The New West Side Pizza Joint From The Owners Of Wildebeest

DINER | Inside “Bufala”, The New West Side Pizza Joint From The Owners Of Wildebeest

by Andrew Morrison | Bufala, the new pizzeria from Wildebeest owners Josh Pape and James Iranzad, is now officially open at 5395 West Blvd (Arbutus) at West 38th in Kerrisdale. We broke the news of the 55 seater's imminence exactly a month ago, so it's been a quick turnaround (find out more about the build here). Granted, it wasn't a big construction job, but I like what they've done with the place. The booths and the communal table fit the room nicely, and the wee little kitchen bar… more 

COOL THING WE WANT #435 | First Edition Copy Of “The New York Pizza Project” Book

COOL THING WE WANT #435 | First Edition Copy Of “The New York Pizza Project” Book

This recent Kickstarter to fund The New York Pizza Project coffee table book reached its goal of $25,000 a few days ago. Hardly a shocker. The first edition… more 

GOODS | Gastown’s “Nicli Antica Pizzeria” Introduces New Appassionato Menu For 2

GOODS | Gastown’s “Nicli Antica Pizzeria” Introduces New Appassionato Menu For 2

The GOODS from Nicli Antica Pizzeria Vancouver, BC | Everyone knows that the Italians are a passionate people – legendary lovers, great artists, superb… more 

DINER | The Top 10 Pizzerias In Vancouver #8: “Nook” On Denman St. In The West End

DINER | The Top 10 Pizzerias In Vancouver #8: “Nook” On Denman St. In The West End

Nook is an easy restaurant to love but a difficult one to find a seat at. Even though they're consistently packed, there's no pretension in the air and the… more 

AWESOME THING WE ATE #909: A Delicious Visit To Main Street’s “Don’t Argue” Pizzeria

AWESOME THING WE ATE #909: A Delicious Visit To Main Street’s “Don’t Argue” Pizzeria

by Andrew Morrison | I recently tried out Vancouver's newest pizzeria, Don't Argue, on the recommendation of Zulu Report columnist Nic Bragg. The 30… more 

VANCOUVER LEXICON | Buckslice

VANCOUVER LEXICON | Buckslice

Buckslice | Slang | A slice of questionable pizza that only costs a dollar. Immortalized by rappers POS when they named their first release The Buckslice… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #424: Hell’s Kitchen Shuttering In Kits A Case Of Abandonment?

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #424: Hell’s Kitchen Shuttering In Kits A Case Of Abandonment?

The natural consequence of a dozen really good pizzerias opening in Vancouver within a couple of years of each other? Some of the old (and especially the… more 

WELCOME: East Van Pizzeria “Via Tevere” Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

WELCOME: East Van Pizzeria “Via Tevere” Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

We’ve invited East Van's delicious Via Tevere to join our GOODS section as a fine restaurant addition to the neighbourhood. They are now proud members of… more 

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