This 'summer in October' weather won't last forever. It's smart to arm yourself with activities and distractions for when the skies turn grey and the sun starts setting before dinner - such as taking a hands-on jewellery making workshop.
After two years of business, Japanese-fusion restaurant Noah's Cafe has just two months to relocate from their current Yaletown location into a new West End address, at 1096 Denman Street.
This year the Main Street watering hole has got a lot to celebrate. On September 28th they're throwing themselves a party and inviting the community to join in the festivities.
There's a new family-run cidery on Bowen Island called Bowen Cider House, and we've got a pretty good excuse to check it out sooner versus later...
Expect a multicultural smorgasbord prepared by 12 new and established Vancouver chefs, who will be sharing their cherished family recipes with guests.
There's an Indigenous artist pop-up happening at the Studio A-OK shop later this week, that you should definitely factor into your plans...
We're expecting a lot of goodness both on and around the table at this dinner collaboration between Ubuntu's Dave Gunawan and Cafe Olli's Daniel Green.
Hot on the heels of an inspirational "research" trip to Los Angeles, James Langford Smith (aka one half of Summerland-based natty wine brand, Pamplemousse Jus), is bringing some of his best pals together at 265 Pender Street for a helluva good time.
The Mid Autumn Moon Festival honours the full harvest moon which is a symbol of peace, prosperity and togetherness — all good things to celebrate!
Bar Manager Phoebe has whipped up a menu of inspired drinks that we can't wait to work our way through, including a special Mid-Autumn Moon Festival feature, "The 9th Moon".
The string of innovative (and tasty) events making good use of the old Nancy Go Yaya space (265 E Pender) continues with a pop up dinner concept called Māat (Korean for “flavour”), brought to us by Chef Kyle Lee (Elisa) and Director Jay Son (CinCin).
If a day of tattoos, music, beer and hot dogs sounds like your perfect summertime jam, then this is one party you don't want to miss.
Temperatures are climbing, so keeping cool is where it's at. A dip in the ocean or a swim in a lake will help, but if you are stuck in the city we have a few tasty suggestions to bring your core temperature down...
Local ceramicist Kate Metten is hosting her first artist pop-up inside her new Main Street brick-and-mortar shop, kicking off this Thursday with an evening opening reception that looks like an all-around good time.
If you're on a mission to explore and enjoy in as much of BC's bounty as possible before the season is over, then a quick jaunt over to the Sunshine Coast (September 4th) for a longtable dinner on a farm should definitely factor into your late-summer plans.
This Saturday the Fraserhood spot is switching gears to play host to winemaker Rajen Toor, of a Ursa Major Winery in the South Okanagan Valley.
The Main Street restaurant is celebrating a whopping 10 years of business this summer, and they're doing it right: with a day-long street party.
Eke the most out of the remaining weeks of summer by planning a food- and wine-centred trip to the Duncan area, including a memorable meal enjoyed outside on the Averill Creek Terrace.
If you can only choose one meal to attend this month, then Chef Devon Latte's outdoors dinner next Monday should probably be it.
Artists David Vegt and M W Bowen join forces to present "Habitual" - an exhibition of twenty paintings profiling key East Vancouver artists, makers, community leaders and activists.
Shoel Davidson, along with partner Sean Davis (Wooden Table Hospitality), have opened a second Gringo location in the old Beetbox space on Davie Street (at Thurlow).
Head to the Maplewood Flats this Saturday, July 30th, for nature activities, a plant sale, music and dance performances, and to stuff your face at the salmon BBQ.
One fun way to keep cool is by renting a kayak and getting out on the water. Not sure where to do that? We've mapped out a list of spots currently offering hourly and extended rentals...
The first ever in-person event is an overnight adventure including two full days of meals, workshops, talks, activities and get-togethers around the firepit.
The Fraserhood spot has planned two special sake and wine dinners, July 29th and August 13th.
Throw yourself into the Portuguese wine experience by tasting your way across the country's various wine regions, led by Kissa Tanto's GM and Sommelier, Justin Isidro.
On the afternoon of Sunday, July 17th, the city of Vancouver will be addressing the impact of climate change and rising sea levels in some creative and inspiring ways, along with three other major coastal cities
Ceramics artist Mimoko has handed over a collection of ceramic vases to six Vancouver artists who have been asked to add their own aesthetic imprint (in colour) to the vessels.