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There were less than a dozen available when we poked our heads in, so it might be wise to strike sooner rather than later.
Juke and Chickadee are still connected, but with separate doors and disparate looks both are refreshed and feeling new.
The recently relocated Red Wagon is deftly blending the French bistro and North American diner concepts together at night.
Cá Kho To is typically prepared with much firmer catfish and rice, so think of this as an intensely flavourful step up.
The minimalist aesthetic makes for a subtle yet compelling backdrop, allowing the carefully considered inventory to pop.
Sai Woo would launch in 2015 as a slick homage to the original Sai Woo Chop Suey, which operated here from 1925 to 1959.
The local company creates killer jeans, overalls and jackets, sewn ethically and made with 100% low-environmental-impact cotton.
Opened by Bert Love and John Dobson, the long-serving restaurant's slogan was "From the sea to the pan."
There's something to be said for drinking beer from a proper glass, and doubly so if it happens to be a good-looking one.
The new location at 2128 East Hastings will seat 55 and serve both lunch and dinner when it opens in December.
In the stressed out space between today's bubbles and tomorrow's vaccines, good take-out is increasingly easy to find.
Eat the chicken first so as to allow you to cleanly chopstick the daylights out of the egg and cabbage, thus fluffing the rice.
Each design by Cassandra Bailey is timeless, unisex and durable enough to stand up to the season's weather.
Jeanette has a knack for saying what I struggle to find the words for, and she pairs the messages with cheerful illustrations.
Christine Hagemoen shares how a trailblazing Canadian-Chinese fast food restaurant indelibly changed our food scene.
In addition to a stellar roster of food and beverage vendors, the pop-up includes two new categories: art and self-care.
The second location of a Commercial Drive favourite will bring the foods of Mangalore and Mumbai to Riley Park this month.
The iconic building, together with its legendary Tiki Bar, would reopen as a 'cultural incubator' in just a few days...
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.