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The Comfort Food Guide to Vancouver

43 Places

This ever-evolving list is the anchor of a series that seeks to map out Vancouver's best and most legendary comfort foods.

Honour Bound

The Scout Community, Mapped

248 Places

An A-Z map guide to the many excellent restaurants, cool shops and other small businesses that helped Scout survive 2020.

Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver

The Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver

100 Places

The Craft Beer Atlas is designed to keep you up to date on where your beer scene is going and where it has been.

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We Want This Japanese Artist’s Complete Collection of Sushi Made of Stone

We've seen lots of display sushi made of plastic, wax and resin in (or outside) Japanese restaurants. This is something very different.

Five Years Ago This Week, When Ramen Gojira First Debuted Its Huge Noodle Bowls

They invited me down to participate in the staff tasting on the day before launch. I was so excited that I skipped breakfast.

On Dudes Not Chilling and Riding Out the Pandemic in Forts Made of Blankets

In his latest read of the local news headlines, Sean Orr finds vanity projects and The Province readers' heads exploding.

You Need to Try This Refreshing ‘Forager’s Gimlet’ Cocktail From Grapes & Soda

This gorgeous, bright green gimlet is full of fresh forest flavours, perfect for celebrating the advance of Spring.

This Dark and Sexy Restaurant With a ‘Nuevo Latino’ Theme Was Once a Gastown Hotspot

Cobre enjoyed a five-year run before shutting down in 2012 with the chef launching Cuchillo a few blocks east on Powell Street.

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Our Favourite Japanese Curries, Mapped

6 Places

Japanese curry can come in many guises and as both a side and main event, and we love the stuff every which way.

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Vancouver’s Best Bread, Mapped

46 Places

For fail-proof deliciousness, we suggest using this guide when embarking on your next bread-seeking mission...

‘Thank You Pizza’ Set for Launch at Gore & Union

On four nights a week, Devon Towler, Sean Cunningham and chef Lee Kellough will transform Hunnybee into a wood-fired pizzeria.

Inside Slim’s BBQ, Now (Softly) Open on Main St.

The new restaurant's soft launch is set for tonight (Thu, Jan. 28th) with the official opening scheduled for February 1st.

Five Years Ago This Week, When Ramen Gojira First Debuted Its Huge Noodle Bowls

They invited me down to participate in the staff tasting on the day before launch. I was so excited that I skipped breakfast.

You Need to Try This Refreshing ‘Forager’s Gimlet’ Cocktail From Grapes & Soda

This gorgeous, bright green gimlet is full of fresh forest flavours, perfect for celebrating the advance of Spring.

This Dark and Sexy Restaurant With a ‘Nuevo Latino’ Theme Was Once a Gastown Hotspot

Cobre enjoyed a five-year run before shutting down in 2012 with the chef launching Cuchillo a few blocks east on Powell Street.

CRAFT BEER ATLAS // Hypha Project is Vancouver’s Latest Art- and Community-Driven Beer Venture

Not even COVID could stop three longtime drinking and brewing buddies from launching their dream project in July, 2020.

Can You Correctly Identify This Vancouver Restaurant?

Do you think you know Vancouver's restaurant scene well enough to identify this spot? Give us your best guesses in the comments...

You Need to Try This Hot Mexican Chocolate Cream-Filled Pastry on Commercial Drive

The thing is positively loaded with the stuff (really the volume of a cream puff), thus warming the palate without mercy.

On the Thing About Saving Chinatowns and Making Vaccines Mandatory for Restaurant Workers

In her latest read of the food and drink news, Talia finds glimmers of hope and Texans having a rough time.

This bulletin board is used by members of the Scout Community to share their news. On a typical day it will include new menu offerings; details on special deals and events; new stock and sale notices; announcements of senior staff appointments; and much more.

We Want This Japanese Artist’s Complete Collection of Sushi Made of Stone

We've seen lots of display sushi made of plastic, wax and resin in (or outside) Japanese restaurants. This is something very different.

On Dudes Not Chilling and Riding Out the Pandemic in Forts Made of Blankets

In his latest read of the local news headlines, Sean Orr finds vanity projects and The Province readers' heads exploding.

FROM THE COLLECTION // The Photo Album of a Legendary BC Mountaineer and Scientist

Archivist Jessica Bushey, PhD, previews an exceptional collection of photography capturing BC's mountaineering history.

Supercut Honours the Role Typewriters Have Played in Film and Television

The typewriter may have been replaced by the keyboard, but it still finds work in Hollywood as an instrument of dramatic effect.

On Paying Rent in Cockroaches and Wine-Paired Dinners at 7-Eleven

In his latest read of the local news headlines, Sean Orr wonders at Covid uncertainty and what might happen if we go too far left.

FROM THE COLLECTION // A Super Rare Piece of Hogan’s Alley Musical History

Neptoon Records' store owner Rob Frith shares a circa 1960 Vancouver gig poster that shows a familiar local celebrity on guitar.

The View From Your Window #247

We love posting photos like this that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!

Inn at Laurel Point Seeks Food & Beverage Manager

Pallet Coffee Roasters Seeking Store Manager

Zero Waste Start-Up on Hunt for Sourcing Specialist

Victoria’s Aura Restaurant Seeks 2nd Cook

Caffè La Tana Seeks Pasta Rollers

Caffe La Tana Seeks Server & Barista

Aura Restaurant at the Inn at Laurel Point Seeks 1st Cook

The Bench Bakehouse Seeks Operations Manager

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