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In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds free food pantries and politicians being mean to food trucks.
These photos were taken the night of the Japanese-Italian inspired restaurant's first friends and family service in late April, 2016.
In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds wasted food and a world running out of bubble tea.
The new Pie Shoppe address allowed for more room and natural light, not to mention the ability to actually seat guests.
In her latest read of the food and drink news, Talia finds workers in short supply and restaurateurs swapping stories of woe.
The charming little restaurant on East Pender St. is retooling for the shutdown by crafting specialty soups to go.
In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds scientists drinking wine and rule breakers getting owned.
In her latest read of the food and drink news, Talia finds rules being broken and new ways to stretch grocery bucks.
BCRFA calls out "selfish, arrogant, and irresponsible restaurant owners" that have been keeping their dining rooms open.
I remember being floored by the sheer size of the project, which loomed more like a cathedral ruin than a restaurant.
The 323 sqft, barista-owned cafe brightens an otherwise drab corner in Hong Kong's Sai Ying Pun district.
In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds bad cola collaborations and culinary libraries in the works.
I remember this walkabout very well, mostly because of how convinced I was of the likely success of the place. Alas, no.
Since 1997 the Irish Heather has been a charming, unpretentious respite for a pie and a pint. Gastown won't be the same without it.
In her recent read of the food and drink headlines, Talia learns of restaurants quietly lost and a crazy amount of food waste.
These images were taken in 2009, the popular restaurant's 11th year, arguably towards the very end of its long heyday.