We all need things to look forward to right now, which is why I've had my eye on this getaway that's now taking shape...
"I wasn't actually on the 2:20 but my poor sister was and by Jove she hasn't set foot on the mainland since..."
The new distillery just opened and is already attracting an appreciative crowds in the heart of Snug Cove.
David Kloepfer, Library Assistant at SFU Library Special Collections and Rare Books, shares a postcard he recently discovered...
The award-winning PearTree - a fixture for 23 years - was a driving force in the development of British Columbia's culinary identity.
The sublimely saffron-y rice feast is one of the world's most impactful food experiences, and this stuff is straight out of a Valencian sunset.
These photos were taken the night of the Japanese-Italian inspired restaurant's first friends and family service in late April, 2016.
The Singaporean restaurant and wine bar arrives this summer from the team behind Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto.
Hurriedly take yours east a few blocks to MacLean Park and allow yourself to be temporarily transported to the Caribbean.
In this episode, Jamie and Mickey speak to chefs Doug Stephen and Phil Scarfone about working their way through weird times.
We're usually down for their little cream-filled doughnut rounds but these cookies are just the right thing on a cloudy day.
While it did attract many off-duty cooks, bartenders and servers, to the neighbourhood at large is was like a second living room.
The space is expected to be a hub for residents, business owners, workers, developers, and park and trail visitors alike.
Located behind the original La Taqueria address, the new cocktail-forward project will have its own menus and identity.
While searching for original and escapist ways to take care of our personal wellness (and sanity), we could think of nothing more indulgent than putting in a bit of time at the spa.
The new retail line of housemade products is currently available at the restaurant, online from Legends Haul, and via SPUD.
Opened by Bert Love and John Dobson, the long-serving restaurant's slogan was "From the sea to the pan."
"I found a Star Wars lunch box, a Public Enemy casette and a mint condition tennis racket on the Merch Block today..."
Local artist Jacqueline Nicholas started carving her large-scale flower-inspired woodblocks during last year's quarantine.
The wines - released tomorrow - are very palatable, and I wouldn't hesitate to make room for them in either my picnic basket or camp kit.
The new scents take us to late July strolls through the night gardens of Italian villas and to relaxed California patios...
Harry Kambolis' "C" Restaurant was a game-changing icon that helped put Vancouver’s emerging food scene on the map.
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The new restaurant is located just a stone's throw from Chef David Chang's (hopefully still) upcoming Momofuku outpost.
This stuff satisfies nostalgic cravings for old ballparks, carnivals and other places that probably shouldn't be serving food.
I try to avoid preceding meals with a bunch of carbs, but I'll make happy exceptions when they're warm and loaded like this.
The Italian-American BBQ restaurant at Fraser & 27th is taking full advantage of the City's new pop-up plaza program.
If this pandemic has taught me anything it's that takeout doesn't have to be lukewarm ugliness devoured in the shadows.
Cheffed by Keith Allison, Sea Monstr Sushi was connected to the Sharks + Hammers clothing and lifestyle shop on Alexander St.
All the recently shuttered restaurants in the neighbourhood will be replaced before long, but replaced with what?
This Dachi and Bella Wines collaboration is likely to be pretty popular, so if you're as enamoured as we are then you'd better act quickly!
The recently relocated Red Wagon is deftly blending the French bistro and North American diner concepts together at night.
The new location at 2128 East Hastings will seat 55 and serve both lunch and dinner when it opens in December.
The virtual workshop will focus on two simple at-home processes, including the 'Hapazome' technique of flower and plant pounding.
The new 60 seater from chef Bardia Ilbeiggi (formerly of Farmer's Apprentice, L'Abattoir) will focus on "humble Persian food."
The Museum of Vancouver's Jasmine Wilson explains how one particular collection connects her to her own personal history.
Though easy enough, this recipe does require some forethought due to the lengthy chill time before and after baking.
Ordering a simple dish in a high end restaurant might feel basic, but it's always fun to see how talented chefs tackle the ordinary.
The good folks at Main Street's currently hamstrung Shameful Tiki Room are jarring up mixes for Navy Grogs and more...
Expect casual Italian menus that change often in a casual environment overseen by people who know what they're doing.
Most nearby restaurants were allowed temporary patio permits. Wallflower was denied theirs, but it hasn't broken their spirit.
These beautiful things come loaded with melted American cheese, housemade pickles and a quindilla-spiced Big Mac sauce.
Despite its modest name, New West's Another Beer Co. has built a colourful reputation for itself since opening in 2019.
Guests of all ages are welcome to join in and celebrate New West’s creative diversity from 11am to 5pm, October 17th and 18th.
The team behind New West's award-winning, upscale Mexican restaurant El Santo could launch the new eatery within weeks.
The new 160 seat Italian restaurant from Gooseneck Hospitality is on track to open in Edgemont Village later this month.
The owners of Ask For Luigi and Pizzeria Farina are joining forces with the family behind Revolver Coffee for this new restaurant.
This is the second in a three-volume series, the first of which inspired the Capture Photography Festival's feature exhibit, 'The Blue Hour.'
Archivist Jessica Bushey, PhD, previews an exceptional collection of photography capturing BC's mountaineering history.
The expanded ground floor gallery shop includes a selection of gift options curated by Little Mountain Shop founder, Natasha Neal.
This brewery pays homage to its former life as a bakery by making imaginative beers that start with yeast, water and starch.
Scout published these photos one day after receiving a back-of-the-napkin breakdown from The Parkside's co-founders.
The 'Branding Vancouver' series continues with a look at The Parkside Brewery's award-winning Dreamboat Hazy IPA.
The delicious and not too sweet things are dense, chewy and creamy at the same time, no doubt the result of some alchemic spell.
The hospitality lifer picks three important records, singles out some vital podcasts and shares several essential books on tape.
It's been a long time coming, but the new cafe aims to start serving coffee and shojin ryori-style vegan food around June 1st.
The Aristocratic was well known for its cheap burgers, neon signage and 'Risty' character sporting a top hat and monocle.
This picnic-worthy sharable sees fennel, radish, cabbage, and ambrosia apple all dressed in a gentle pumpkin seed vinaigrette.
For much of West Restaurant's nearly 20-year run, the Toptable icon stood astride Vancouver's hospitality scene like a colossus.
The founder of Manson Communications scoured her collective 3,000+ vinyl collection to pick her three favourite records...
We caught up with the creator and founder of Skwalwen Botanicals to talk about her hands-on processes and inspirations.
The Restaurant Manager of the beloved, soon-to-reopen Fergie's Cafe leads the way for day of eating, drinking and exploring.
The charming little restaurant on East Pender St. is retooling for the shutdown by crafting specialty soups to go.
Local artist Shizuka Yoshimura details how she took advantage of pandemic isolation to experiment with an old printing method.
In addition to a stellar roster of food and beverage vendors, the pop-up includes two new categories: art and self-care.
Florentines had a cool architectural trick to keep socially distant while shopping for wine during times of plague...
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 Museum of Vancouver is hosting the local Chinese-Canadian artist for a truly special artist talk on May 18th.
Located on Yew Street just up from Kits Beach, the outdoor space has long been a major day and night draw for beach goers.
Named one of Canada’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants of 2008 by enRoute magazine, Fraiche was a breath of fresh, mountain air.
"The Pink Palace looks like Mussolini and Barbie had a baby made of cake and concrete."
I snuck a peek yesterday afternoon and found the new 15-seat, salad-focused eatery looking primed for its first customers.
Given its sharp conceptual focus, sleek aesthetic and established identity this will be a good fit for the neighbourhood.
The 120 seat casual pizza restaurant and bar is set to launch mid-September on the ground floor of the Opus Hotel.