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The Mackenzie Room's kitchen maestro is concise yet poetic when describing the vastly different records that impacted his life.
Maciel Pereda's "How To Cook Vancouver" series continues with a Main Street dish so good it's almost dangerous.
I was able to tour the final stages of the restaurant's construction a couple of weeks before its launch in April 2014.
This fleeting treat is loaded with chunks of lobster, pickled beets, pickled cherry blossoms and flecks of shisho that cling to the rice.
You can't really see them in all their plump glory hiding under a blanket of spring greens and petals, but they're truly beautiful things.
Wallflower Diner recognizes and celebrates its long-serving crew members by affixing their names to the long edge of the wooden bar.
In this special edition of the popular two-part workshop, participants will get to enjoy feasting amidst blooming sakura.
“I need to make a stop at Benny’s on my way so I can get some olive oil and a grilled prosciutto sandwich...”
Spanish design firm Masquespacio created this beautifully colourful and tropical Japanese-meets-Brasilian sushi spot in Valencia.
Named for soccer star Javier Hernández Balcázar's sobriquet (which translates as "Little Pea"), the drink is as striking as its namesake.
Maciel Pereda's "How To Cook Vancouver" series continues with something so delicious it probably shouldn't good for you (but it is)...
Curated by Patrik Andersson of TRAPP Projects, the show brings together photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, and more.
The popular Lebanese restaurant plans to make the move next door to the old Relish Burgers corner address on May 1st.
Cassandra Bailey recently put in some overtime to have an in-depth conversation with us about herself and her brand.
Chef Angus An's much-loved but recently closed Freebird Chicken Shack in New West is set to rise again at 188 East Pender St.
The first annual STICK art show is scheduled to take place March 14 - 28 at the Red Gate Arts Society.
The new 4,400 sqft brewery is expected to launch this summer at 1216 Franklin Ave. with a 67 seat tasting lounge.
Two childhood friends from the neighbourhood have teamed up for a Vietnamese coffee pop-up in Chinatown House.
Chef Brodie Nutbrown is serving up something special at Bells and Whistles. We just hope it's not here for "a limited time".
In this edition of The New Breed, we chat with the busy GM of Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto about how he came to live among us.
Dani might be spending a lot more time in Baja than YVR these days, but she can still point us in the direction of deliciousness...
GRAIN, the local artisan flour miller and chef favourite, has rebranded as 'Flourist' with brick and mortar plans for 2019.
Buying into this flower share is a brilliant way to pre-emptively ensure fresh, gorgeous, local blooms all summer long.
The local artist's new series of drawings is currently hanging on the walls of Chernoff Fine Art on East 2nd Avenue.
We poked our heads into an industrial building to watch concrete pour as part of an upcoming art exhibition by Omer Arbel.
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There are only 100 tickets available for this exclusive art party, dinner and fundraiser, happening on Saturday, March 2nd.
We met up with the brewery boss to get a sneak peek at what Twin Sails has brewing (and buzzing) for this year's Hopwired Fest.