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Five years ago today I met Cord Jarvie, Justin Tisdall and Bryan Satterford outside what would eventually become Juke.
Think beef patty, spicy fried chicken, crispy fried pork belly, jalapeño ranch, cheddar, lettuce and tomato layered on a potato bun.
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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.
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.
Each chewy string is an umami cheat code that tastes of oiled up prawn brains slow cooked in a pot made entirely of cured pork.
The sake-lover and co-owner of Dachi restaurant talks to Jamie and Mickey about working through the weirdness.
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.
Savour its ragout of corn that's zapped with a lemon-zested mayo and a blizzard of grated parmesan cheese.
We get the lowdown from VV Tapas Lounge chefs Zach Poole and Patrick Fogarty on how to pickle some summer gems.
The 34 seat Japanese food truck turned brick and mortar restaurant will be ready for its first customers this week.
From kitchen things to clothing, the shop stocks local brands and handmade goods that make us smile in hard times.
For this week's #TBT we go back exactly five years to when I toured what would eventually become Bodega on Main Street.
It looks like Bar Gobo is a 'go' to softly open tonight (Wednesday, August 19) in the old Tuck Shoppe address at 237 Union Street.
The highly anticipated new brewery is set to open its retail frontage and tease its hotdog menu with takeout orders.
What was once to be Harvest Noodles is now on track to be Bar Gobo, a new wine and snack bar helmed by Peter Van de Reep.
The hospitality lifer picks three important records, singles out some vital podcasts and shares several essential books on tape.
We can't blame greedy landlords or property developers for this one. Campagnolo was closed by Covid-19, plain and simple.
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 popular Commercial Drive establishment is just about to release a sweet line-up of summer deliciousness...
"90 years before Strathcona Park became a homeless tent city, it was home to a squatter camp known as Hobo Jungle."
A group of 16 local BIPOC food and beverage businesses will be participating in the virtual pop-up market this weekend.
The feasting will include steak sandwiches, shrimp on the barbie, veggie skewers, Aussie burgers and more.