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This week we asked the Bar Manager at The Magnet to share the three records that anchor his musical tastes.
This week we speak with award-winning Hawksworth Sommelier, Jayton Paul, about his favourite places to eat and drink around town.
The Magnet has quickly emerged as a reliable place to acquaint oneself with the freshest pleasures of British Columbian craft beer.
"I was at my parents' house with my face full of seven-layer dip when Sid the Kid scored the Golden Goal..."
The 'Enoteca' private function rooms adjacent to Cioppino's are being renovated so as to be fully absorbed by the latter.
Tony Minichiello and Bruce McAdams talk about the changes coming to education for the next-generation of professional cooks.
At the upcoming PechaKucha Vol. 51 (March 12th at the Vancouver Playhouse), she'll be taking the stage to expound on her creative process.
"Out of all the goaltenders who ever played for Vancouver, King Richard was perhaps the most inspiring..."
The original 1955 recipe called for a butter and cheese mix melted like an enveloping blanket over thick slabs of white bread...
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Moroccan-born chef Khalid Kahya will combine the flavours of Rome, Paris and Marrakech at this imminent brunch spot.
Downtown's beer-forward restaurant is a trove of quirky details from bar to bathroom. Here's a cool thing to look out for...
"There's not much left of the original Little Ginza other than a 50-year old Japanese steakhouse..."
Mmm...brioche bun, chive scrambled eggs, maple bacon and caramelized onions under a warm blanket of American cheese!
This is a dish I regularly climb into like a onesie pair of pajamas. It's been on the menu at the Belgian-Moroccan restaurant since forever...
With her personal art practice, the co-founder of THRIVE Art Studio hones in on the beautiful and non-trivial minutiae of life...
It's not too complicated a puzzle to make at home, but a Mai Tai will almost always taste better when someone else makes it.
"I don't think the Dragonslayer will ever have to pay for a drink in Vancouver for the rest of his life, and for good reason..."
"In the dying wet hours, there was no way to get close to the bar. The supply of beer ran out, and the bartenders served only straight drinks..."
Alex Chen, David Hawksworth, Ned Bell and a dozen other local culinary greats want to cook for you this weekend.
In her latest attempt to cook Vancouver at home, Maciel tackles the delicious Lebanese mjadra dish from Nuba.
"We started with a broken industry. We’re still not perfect, but we know there’s a problem, and we want to fix it."
Botanist in the Fairmont Pacific Rim will start plating from chef Hector Laguna's new weekend brunch menu this Saturday, October 26th.
This sounds one of those meals that will be forever seared into the memories of those lucky enough to have forked their way through it.
Chambar server Portia Pascuzzo is self-publishing a new book with the support of the restaurant and the hospitality community.
These decadent sliders at Gotham Steakhouse don't need to be this good for $4.50 but we're not complaining...
Sean Heather's highly anticipated, 88-seat restaurant and bar opens later this week in the heart of the Financial District.