GOODS: Local Ingredients Bring The Drive’s Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary To Life

GOODS: Local Ingredients Bring The Drive’s Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary To Life

The GOODS from Woodland Smokehouse Vancouver, BC | Imagine a business where you could take home top shelf restaurant flavour prepared by Executive Chefs at a price lower than most quality groceries. A business built by successful Vancouver restaurateurs and food specialists, Woodland Smokehouse is a foodie’s delight with a pantry full of mouth watering smoked meats, fish and sausages, freshly baked breads, a menagerie of sauces, stocks, pastas and fresh sandwiches to go. Your own… more 

DINER: Gastown’s Cobre To Close At The End Of March To Re-Open Next Door In Summer

DINER: Gastown’s Cobre To Close At The End Of March To Re-Open Next Door In Summer

Cobre is on the move. From the inbox... After five years at 52 Powell the much beloved and critically acclaimed Cobre Restaurant is moving! This means the… more 

GOODS: The New “Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary” Joins The Scout Community

GOODS: The New “Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary” Joins The Scout Community

We’ve invited the new Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary on The Drive to join our curated GOODS section as a recommended local business. They’re now… more 

Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary

Woodland Smokehouse & Commissary

Details 485 Commercial Drive, Vancouver BC Telephone: 604-681-0660 Email: sales@woodlandsmokehouse.com Web: www.woodlandsmokehouse.com | Twitter | Facebook… more 

On Accidentally Stumbling Into The Most Delicious Luck Ever…

On Accidentally Stumbling Into The Most Delicious Luck Ever…

by Andrew Morrison | I took my kids out for dinner at Sea Monstr Sushi in Gastown last night and the chef, Keith, told us that they boys and girls at Peckinpah… more 

Inside Gastown’s “Peckinpah” As It Gets Closer To Opening Day…

Inside Gastown’s “Peckinpah” As It Gets Closer To Opening Day…

by Andrew Morrison | I took a gander inside the Peckinpah space yesterday to see how they were coming along. They've suffered some delays but it appears as if… more 

Tyson Reimer & Ryan Murfitt To Open “Peckinpah” In Gastown…

Tyson Reimer & Ryan Murfitt To Open “Peckinpah” In Gastown…

Restaurant builder Ryan Murfitt (Bao Bei, Calabash, and many more) and restaurateur Tyson Reimer (Cobre, Deacon's Corner) have secured a lease of the ground… more 

First Look At Gastown’s New Deacon’s Corner

First Look At Gastown’s New Deacon’s Corner

Deacon's Corner, the new diner project from the folks who brought us Gastown's Cobre, has now opened at 101 Alexander, just exactly one block east of Incendio… more 

First Look At Deacon’s Corner

First Look At Deacon’s Corner

With the economy teetering on the total tank, opening a 30's style, 75-seat lunch counter diner ain't such a bad idea. Say hello to Deacon's Corner, an under… more 

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