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"The only thing that made me laugh in the immediate wake of the Canucks riot was the Flashbang Nutshot."
Thalia goes through the many films screening at VIFF this year and taps eight for her Must Watch list...
This #TBT is a reminder that it would be great if we could support the little guys if/when we can. The chain restaurants will be fine.
Beyond the taste of the delicious thing, the appeal is sustained by an appreciation of consistently perfect presentation.
Tickets to watch this gem on the big screen aren't quite as hard to come by as the fancy Italian truffles at its centre, but they are still limited to only 50 seats per venue per screening.
There's typically only ever one day like this in the lifespan of a restaurant. I was glad to catch this one and even sneak a few bites...
Located between the Commodore and the Orpheum, the 1930s/40s Hollywood Cafe offered 30 cent lunches and an on-site palmist.
The executive chef of Yaletown's Homer Street Cafe & Bar answers several questions about his work and life.
Pro tip: sitting at the bar alone is how to best avoid Cafe Medina's famous queue...plus you don't have to share.
I took some of Chambar new 'Into the Wild' line of prepared foods camping up the Nahatlatch River this past weekend...
Royal Dinette, launched in the Financial District in the summer of 2015, was the first local restaurant to fall during the pandemic.
In this episode of the podcast, Eby talks about the new restaurant and bar wholesale liquor pricing parameters and much more.
"As with many episodes in our short but often ugly history, the tragic tale of the Komagatu Maru still needs to be told..."
The 180-seater at 901 Homer St. (southwest corner w/ Smithe) is on track to launch in mid-summer, 2020.
Yew in the Four Seasons (2007-2020) set an example of what a hotel restaurant could be in city in search of its culinary identity.
The coming of Market by Jean-Georges was a signal that our little town would soon join the ranks of the world's great food cities.
Local photographer Jonathan Norton was at the protest on Friday, June 5th and shared some of his images with us.
The launch of the 130-seat, 4,600 sqft Chinese/Vietnamese restaurant was set back by the pandemic, but they're good to go.
The pop up will focus on Superbaba favourites like falafel, shawarma, fresh baked pita and their signature turmeric cookie.
In this episode we speak with the owners of two of Vancouver's best independent restaurants about what's next.
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It's been a year since the launch of The Magnet at 309 West Pender. It might as well have well been an eternity.
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..."
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.