DINER | Donnelly Putting New Foot Forward With “Blackbird Public House & Oyster Bar”

DINER | Donnelly Putting New Foot Forward With “Blackbird Public House & Oyster Bar”

by Andrew Morrison | Vancouver's Donnelly Group is opening up a behemoth of a restaurant on the corner of Hornby and Dunsmuir next month. They took possession of the space that used to be the Keg Caesars back in February and started construction in May (under Brandi's strip club and the Swedish Touch massage parlour, natch). The two-storey, 8,800 sqft Blackbird Public House & Oyster Bar will see over 100 seats on the main floor - including a 10 seat oyster bar but not including a… more 

“Ensemble” Chef/Owner Dale Mackay To Open 130 Seat “Tap” Pub In Early December

“Ensemble” Chef/Owner Dale Mackay To Open 130 Seat “Tap” Pub In Early December

by Andrew Morrison | Scout broke the news that Ensemble Restaurant chef/owner Dale Mackay was opening a new restaurant back in September, but we've been… more 

Strathcona’s “London Pub” Now Open At East Georgia And Main…

Strathcona’s “London Pub” Now Open At East Georgia And Main…

by Andrew Morrison | Steve Jenning's London Pub has opened on the southeast corner of Main and Georgia on Chinatown's southern border with Strathcona. I popped… more 

More Details On The Upcoming “London Pub” At Main & Georgia

More Details On The Upcoming “London Pub” At Main & Georgia

by Andrew Morrison | A couple of days ago I made mention of a new pub under construction near my house on the southeast corner of Main and Georgia in… more 

The Charles Bar Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

The Charles Bar Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

The Charles Bar, brand new to Gastown, is now a proud member supporter of Scout. We will be publishing their news and press releases on our front page and… more 

“London Pub” Nearly Finished At Main & Georgia In Chinatown

“London Pub” Nearly Finished At Main & Georgia In Chinatown

Here are a few photos of the nearly completed "London Pub" and neighbouring Brixton Caffe at 700 Main St (at Georgia in Chinatown). I've been passing this… more 

An Irish Mother’s Day & The Long Table Series’ 1st Anniversary

An Irish Mother’s Day & The Long Table Series’ 1st Anniversary

News from Scout supporter The Irish Heather: Vancouver, BC | The Irish Heather is hosting two sittings for Mother's Day for everyone who wants to treat their… more 

Irish Heather To Stay Open Until 2am And Serve Free Bar Snacks…

Irish Heather To Stay Open Until 2am And Serve Free Bar Snacks…

News from Scout supporter The Irish Heather: Vancouver, BC | Here at the Irish Heather Gastropub, we are delighted to announce that starting this Sunday, April… more 

The Charles Bar

The Charles Bar

Details 136 West Cordova Street, Vancouver BC V6B1G1 Telephone: 604-568-8040 Website: www.TheCharlesBar.ca Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Flickr |… more 

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