Luv Your Hair | Nickname | The legendary 80s new wave club Luv-a-Fair (Seymour & Drake) was nicknamed Luv Your Hair, because it was the 80s and people loved their hair. It shuttered in 2003.
Usage: “Luv Your Hair was like Vancouver’s version of Studio 54…”
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The 110-seat restaurant and bar specialized in the regional cuisine of Liguria, with seafood dishes figuring highly.
Located at the top of Davie Street's west slope, Lolita's served an industry crowd for a dozen years before closing in 2017.
Chef Liam Breem's promising, 74-seat, French and Mediterranean-inspired Verre lasted less than two years at 550 Denman St.
These images were taken in 2009, the popular restaurant's 11th year, arguably towards the very end of its long heyday.
"It's a testament to how special Joe Fortes was that so few in the century since his death have measured up to his respect and renown."
The modern Japanese concept thrived for years in a dark space that made guests feel like they were being let in on a secret.
Tucked away behind what is intended to look like a dumpling shop's refrigerated storage door is this new speakeasy-ish operation.
The Chef at Row Fourteen restaurant in Cawston takes us on an autumnal excursion of his Similkameen Valley locale.
A brief but in-depth interview with Sophia Armstrong, the woman behind the locally made, and quirky yet elegant jewellery brand.
"On our way up to Jones Lake on Sunday we had to wait for a slow convoy of hungover bush party survivors to pass..."
"Like sunshine after rain and dawn after dark, a report of a burning vehicle usually means a gangster has just been shot at."
The FSRs closest to population centres are commonly used as a means for city dwellers to access free and remote campsites.
"It's hard to blend in and avoid being outed as a Milk Piranha when your license plate gives the ballgame away..."