SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

Local firm Peter Cardew Architects just sent us an email and video link countering the already accepted and established plans for the new Vancouver Art Gallery. "How can we ensure the public supports a new VAG? Ask them." Food for thought: In the search for alternate sites on which to construct a new Vancouver Art Gallery there was little public participation to ensure the best site was chosen for a major public building in the city. Also, in an economic climate that is far less… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #515 | 66 Shots That Make It Easier To Accept The Arrival Of Fall

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #515 | 66 Shots That Make It Easier To Accept The Arrival Of Fall

It's been tough to officially say goodbye to summer this week, so to ease our pain we've combed Scout's photo archives for some of our favourite Fall photos,… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #514 | Staff Tasting At Highly Anticipated (Imminent) Gyoza Bar

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #514 | Staff Tasting At Highly Anticipated (Imminent) Gyoza Bar

by Andrew Morrison | The highly anticipated Gyoza Bar - a new 80 seater at 622 West Pender St. - is set to open for its first service this Saturday. The… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #513 | A Look Inside The (Almost Finished) “Red Truck Brewery”

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #513 | A Look Inside The (Almost Finished) “Red Truck Brewery”

by Chuck Hallett & Andrew Morrison | There's a reason breweries are located in industrial districts. Brewing beer is, at its heart, a result of light… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #513 | Gastown’s “Nelson The Seagull” Lands Sidewalk Patio

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #513 | Gastown’s “Nelson The Seagull” Lands Sidewalk Patio

Pay a visit to Nelson The Seagull in Gastown today. They've just scored their patio license, as evidenced by the shot above, which we've reposted from their… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #512 | First Look (And Taste) Inside The New “Cafe Medina”

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #512 | First Look (And Taste) Inside The New “Cafe Medina”

With the highly anticipated opening of the new Cafe Medina set for this Tuesday at 780 Richards Street, the restaurant's kitchen crew and front of house team… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #511 | Matching Fred Herzog’s Iconic Photographs To The Present

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #511 | Matching Fred Herzog’s Iconic Photographs To The Present

by Andrew Morrison | As a summer project, my eldest son James and I have been walking around the city with a copy of Fred Herzog Photographs (Douglas &… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #510 | Through The Viewfinder Of Photographer Andy Grellman

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #510 | Through The Viewfinder Of Photographer Andy Grellman

by Grady Mitchell | On his long walks through the city and frequent trips around the coast, photographer Andy Grellmann is gradually piecing together a visual… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #509 | Geeking Out On Rare Coffees At Chinatown’s Matchstick

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #509 | Geeking Out On Rare Coffees At Chinatown’s Matchstick

by Joey Armstrong | Matchstick Coffee Roasters recently held a free public coffee tasting of Tim Wendelboe coffees at their Chinatown location. Since Wendelboe… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #508 | Cunningham Vs Sylla; Previewing The Restaurant Rumble

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #508 | Cunningham Vs Sylla; Previewing The Restaurant Rumble

The third episode of the Aprons For Gloves’ Restaurant Rumble preview series just landed on our desk. It sets up the Middleweight Title showdown between… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #507 | Previewing The Restaurant Rumble (Fraske v. Chromik)

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #507 | Previewing The Restaurant Rumble (Fraske v. Chromik)

The second episode of their Aprons For Gloves’ Restaurant Rumble preview series has dropped. It sets up the anticipated showdown between Sarah Faske and… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #506 | “Snack City” Neighbourhood Shop Opening In Chinatown

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #506 | “Snack City” Neighbourhood Shop Opening In Chinatown

by Andrew Morrison | Dormant 441 Gore Street in Chinatown is about to get its first tenant in many years. The space, which used to house a Chinese grocery way… more 

DINER | Behind The Scenes At “L’Abattoir” From Its Construction Dust To Opening Day

DINER | Behind The Scenes At “L’Abattoir” From Its Construction Dust To Opening Day

It was four years ago today that Lee Cooper, Paul Grunberg, and Nin Rai opened their critically acclaimed Gastown eatery L'Abattoir at 217 Carrall Street… more 

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