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Doug Stephen of The Merchant’s Workshop to Cook Next ‘Greasy Spoon’ Feast

Chef Doug Stephen of The Merchant’s Workshop is on deck to cook the next Greasy Spoon dinner at Save On Meats on August 21st. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, the Greasy Spoon Supper Series invites BC’s best chefs to plate four courses of old school diner fare in their own way in support of A Better Life Foundation. Past participating chefs have included the talented likes of Joel Watanabe (Bao Bei, Kissa Tanto), Angus An (Maenam, Fat Mao, Longtail Kitchen), and Scott Jaeger (The Pear Tree). It’s always a good time and the visiting chefs really love taking a swing at the ‘diner’ concept. Score tickets here and behold the delicious details below…

The Tequila and Agave Festival Cocktail Competition Happens on Monday – You Should Come!

Expect a line-up of some of Vancouver’s most talented bartenders challenged them to capture the spirit of Guadalajara, Mexico in a glass – be it highball, rocks, or coupe.

Four Super Tasty Spots to Catch a Canucks Game in East Van

It’s been over a decade since there’s been “can’t miss” hockey in Vancouver! As the playoffs approach, here’s a list of a few of my favourite spots with great food and full-volume sound to catch a game.

Don’t Miss Out on Top Drop, Hitting Downtown Vancouver Next Week!

Once again, the Roundhouse will be bringing together more than 40 producers and importers representing a dozen countries for the two-day Main Event, May 14th and 15th...Scramble to secure your spots before they sell out; then take a deep breath...and get stoked for a seriously good wine-fuelled evening!

Tickets for the 2024 ‘Noir Fest’ at Averill Creek Vineyard Go On Sale This Friday!

Do you really love Pinot Noir? Arguably, the best way to take your relationship up a level is by trying as many variations as possible - and one fun, intimate, and highly recommended way to begin to do just that is by attending this entirely Pinot Noir-centric wine festival, the weekend of June 22nd and 23rd.