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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.
Including any kind of salad on our Comfort Food map might seem a little...er...wrong, but shut up and look at this thing.
I did another walk-through of the space a couple of days ago and found them less than a month away from launch.
The 80-seat Juniper lasted five years at 185 Keefer Street having never fulfilled its pre-opening promise.
The new, plant-based pizzeria is opening in the old Don't Argue address (3240 Main Street) this Thursday, July 9th
Small restaurants, cafes and shops deep within our residential neighbourhoods would be great. Too bad they're illegal.
The Middle Eastern food truck concept will go brick and mortar on a busy stretch of Main Street at the end of summer.
The local kids literacy program has been able to secure new spaces, but they need some help in furnishing them...
The new sandwich is a collab between Granville Island's Lee's Doughnuts and Commercial Drive's Downlow Chicken Shack.
The thin layer of explosive flavour and crispy/chewy texture match all of my late night memories of New York City.
The idea of the "Garage Bar" as a place to have an unlicensed sip with your friends and neighbours just feels right...
The Italian-American BBQ restaurant at Fraser & 27th is taking full advantage of the City's new pop-up plaza program.
I like other bowls at chef Angus An's Chinatown restaurant (not to mention the roti), but this one has magic restorative powers...
As the iconic East Broadway venue shares a much needed laugh as it prepares to reopen with socially distant protocols.
The highly anticipated Vietnamese street food restaurant on Commercial Drive is 99% finished. Take a look inside...
The owners of Juke Fried Chicken have divided their space in half to create a new cocktail bar, which opens June 12.
In this episode, we chat with Shaun Layton and Frankie Harrington about getting tripped up by bureaucratic red tape.
The Chicago-style 'Wrigley Field' is my go-to at 'What's Up? Hot Dog!', but no matter the condiments the star is always the wiener.
In this pandemic-focused episode we talk about wholesale liquor pricing, patio expansions, the shift back to dining rooms and more.
In this Q&A, the local polymath fields our random rapid-fire questions while also addressing the impact of Covid-19.
Chef and first-time restaurateur Patrick Hennessy is on the verge of opening his tiny restaurant in Chinatown...
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 new, plant-based pizzeria has been in the works since Don't Argue closed at the end of last summer.
The original is from Barcelona, where street vendors have been selling versions of it for years outside the Bikini Concert Hall.