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In this episode, first time restaurateur Alex Black talks opening during Covid, the legacy of Mamie Taylor's, and living a good life.
Sean Heather's move from the heart of Gastown to the edge of Chinatown is looking good and getting closer to launch.
This delicious pleasure was not as jarringly sweet as I half expected, and not at all reminiscent of a morning bowl of cereal.
Three first timers are creating something that will amount to more than it outwardly seems in the old Mamie Taylor's space.
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.
Sean Heather will launch his combined Irish Heather and Shebeen Whisky Bar concept at E. Georgia St. next month.
Good katsu sandwiches are humble doses of comforting deliciousness that are worth seeking out, and they do 'em right in Chinatown.
Tay's new solo exhibit, Amateur Cartography, will be on view at the Massy Arts Gallery from April 17th to May 24th.
When news broke of Kissa Tanto's coming, its success was seen as about as sure a thing as a thing could possibly be.
Juke and Chickadee are still connected, but with separate doors and disparate looks both are refreshed and feeling new.
Sai Woo would launch in 2015 as a slick homage to the original Sai Woo Chop Suey, which operated here from 1925 to 1959.
Christine Hagemoen shares how a trailblazing Canadian-Chinese fast food restaurant indelibly changed our food scene.
Five years ago today I met Cord Jarvie, Justin Tisdall and Bryan Satterford outside what would eventually become Juke.
First timers Larry Lau and Waylon Sharp are aiming to reinvent the oyster bar this month at 227 East Pender Street.
The beautiful street-level sign been slowly swallowed by graffiti over the past 10 years -- inch by inch, letter by letter, word by word.
Clinton McDougall and Dane Brown's 25 seat restaurant at 105 East Pender St. is closing after a seven-year run.
The new restaurant project from artist Alex Usow and chef Keith Allison is set to open at 179 East Pender St. this October.
Attendees can also expect live music (at a reduced level of volume to allow for conversations), great cocktails and mini putt.
The narrow but deep vacant lot beside The Keefer Bar is currently being transformed into The Keefer Yard, an al fresco space dedicated to outdoor games and good times.
The 80-seat Juniper lasted five years at 185 Keefer Street having never fulfilled its pre-opening promise.
I like other bowls at chef Angus An's Chinatown restaurant (not to mention the roti), but this one has magic restorative powers...
The owners of Juke Fried Chicken have divided their space in half to create a new cocktail bar, which opens June 12.
Chef and first-time restaurateur Patrick Hennessy is on the verge of opening his tiny restaurant in Chinatown...
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Owner Ron Oliver has sold the seven-year old restaurant at 251 East Georgia Street. The closing party is this Sunday, February 23rd.
For this week’s #TBT we go back to the humble beginnings of a popular noodle joint that has been kicking ass since day one.