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Food industry veterans Rags Rajesh Narine and Roger Collins have taken over the old store to create something new and soulful.
Served from the new Burdy food truck, these 'chicken parm' sandwiches will make homesick Torontonians happy.
Celebrate the shift of seasons by heading to the East Van brewery when they host over a dozen local artisans and makers for their first ever two-day open air HARVST MARKT...plus a new wine release!
The crew behind Say Mercy! and The Mackenzie Room are set to unveil their next project at 3532 Commercial Street.
Bartender Felipe Torres of La Mezcaleria has created a line-up of drinks with one that stands out for its street food inspiration.
Treat your eyeballs to surreal art created by four local artists, by heading down to SPACE (552 Clark Dr.) Sept. 25/26.
Looking to spruce up your wardrobe for Fall? Get down to Strathcona's Picnics & Poetry now until September 5th.
On September 11th, head to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden for the artist's limited-edition hardcover book release.
Head down to 879 East Hastings from August 27-29th to check out art, accessories and more, curated by queer/non-binary business, Triple Five Collective.
The back-to-back markets kick off Saturday at August Studios, followed by a new iteration of Strange Fellows Brewing's 'Strange Sunday Pop-Ups' series, on Sunday afternoon.
Participants are entitled to their own 10" pie creation, plus recipes, knowledge and tips, tipples and, possibly, a few new friends.
Long a fixture of the neighbourhood, the Mr. Mattress store at Clark & Venables is celebrated by fans at a nearby gallery.
The spread includes all the standard fixings for creating your own lovely little cheese board loaded with local deliciousness.
On the heels of the opening of Barter Design's Vancouver flagship retail location, in June, we caught up with the company's co-founder to discuss the new shop, the local creative community, and his brand new sense of focus, among other things...
In this edition, the co-owner of Dachi and Ugly Dumpling details her best day of eating and drinking around Vancouver...
Tucked away behind what is intended to look like a dumpling shop's refrigerated storage door is this new speakeasy-ish operation.
A cash-only spot to the end, the friendly Master Chef Cafe was in operation on East Hastings from 1953 until 2014.
The two chefs and avid wine-lovers take us through a journey of their most memorable BC wines.
Local artist Lam Wong talks about the historical inspirations behind his original multimedia art installation...
Pizza toppings vary week-to-week (and possibly even day-to-day), depending on what's in season and especially inspiring.
The uncomplicated, many layered Honey Cake (aka 'Medovic') is one of the more popular desserts in Slavic countries.
The new cafe and corner store from the crew at Gooseneck Hospitality softly launched over the weekend.
Opened by the award-winning Campagnolo crew in 2011, The Fat Dragon lasted just nine months at 566 Powell Street.
It's been five years since they first broke ground on The Acorn's casual cousin. Take a look inside its messy beginnings.
In this episode, first time restaurateur Alex Black talks opening during Covid, the legacy of Mamie Taylor's, and living a good life.
The more I get to know about this place the more I'm jealous that it isn't located around the corner from my house.
Each can is outfitted with one of a dozen different coloured mascots, which makes it easy to keep track of yours.
Sean Heather's move from the heart of Gastown to the edge of Chinatown is looking good and getting closer to launch.