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This beautiful dessert at Gastown's sexy Mosquito makes for a delicious respite from all the mass-produced, sugary Christmas treats.
The latest intel report details Trump's fast food habits, accusations against Batali, and Alexandra Gill's 2017 "Best Restaurant" picks.
Former Revolver Coffee manager/barista Matt Johnson has just launched a new microroastery, and we want in on it.
The venerable institution is set to close just before Christmas. There are accepting reservations until the last service.
Have you ever introduced your deserving mouth to a wheel of Port-soaked stilton cheese? It just arrived in Vancouver, so pounce!
Mmm, sliced green fennel pork sausages soaked and spread in a tomato-based sauce heavily laden with gentle peppers on Filone bread.
As it turns out Callister Brewing's roots run deep in East Vancouver, with the co-founder's grandfather having lived under Callister Park.
Eating the same dishes Chinese-Canadians commonly enjoyed in Vancouver long before the British relinquished sovereignty of Hong Kong.
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Dave Warren's tasty warmer is a mix of Chai tea-infused Goslings Rum, Creme de Cacao, heavy cream and a winter spice syrup.
This is perhaps the coolest way in which a brewery has ever told another brewery to stop infringing upon their trademark.
The casual new caffe and ristorante is located in the old Joe Pizza address on the southwest corner of West Cordova and Carrall.
We get caught up imagining this slick, stylish, sexy tonkatsu spot in New York City being relocated to the heart of Commercial Drive.
More relaxed than the typic Islay bruiser, the affordable Select shows a diversity of flavour without surrendering any character.
A read of the food and drink headlines this week reveals spit bucket delights and doing hard time in a prison-themed restaurant.
Vancouver's own chef Alex Chen (of Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar) is in for some stiff competition at the CCC this February.
Cooper Tardivel's final cocktail for Hawksworth was an odd one, but the "Last Mulligan" tastes fantastic and you need to try it.
Cinara & Autostrada owners Lucais Syme and Dustin Dockendorf aim to have the Venetian-inspired eatery open by mid-February.
We picked the brain of talented designer Justin Longoz to find out what keeps us reaching for Four Winds' beautiful tall cans.
The bright, 1,800 sqft corner address in the newly constructed Boheme building is three blocks east of the original spot at Hastings and Woodland.
A gas-fired weirdo loaded up with pineapple, crumbled pistachios and capicola ham amplified by a neon-intense jalapeno crema.
A read of food and drink headlines reveals the truth about flies, people eating in the nude, perfume-inspired drinks and so much more.
The service here is old-school: attentive, unobtrusive and professional, and no one gives a shit about how your first few bites taste.
The little hole-in-the-wall goes under the renovations knife this week. This is what it looked like on opening night back in 2009.
Vancouver ex-pat David Look came home to pay his respects to The Comox before it closed its doors forever.
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