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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.
This delicious pleasure was not as jarringly sweet as I half expected, and not at all reminiscent of a morning bowl of cereal.
The meatloaf in this Livia potato bunned beauty is classically glazed and smeared with a sauce reminiscent of Triple-O's.
Three first timers are creating something that will amount to more than it outwardly seems in the old Mamie Taylor's space.
The new concept from the team behind The Mackenzie Room and Say Mercy! will be part grocery, part wine shop, part bistro.
Local artist Jacqueline Nicholas started carving her large-scale flower-inspired woodblocks during last year's quarantine.
The wines - released tomorrow - are very palatable, and I wouldn't hesitate to make room for them in either my picnic basket or camp kit.
In this episode, Jamie and Mickey speak to chefs Doug Stephen and Phil Scarfone about working their way through weird times.
These photos were taken the night of the Japanese-Italian inspired restaurant's first friends and family service in late April, 2016.
The Singaporean restaurant and wine bar arrives this summer from the team behind Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto.
We're usually down for their little cream-filled doughnut rounds but these cookies are just the right thing on a cloudy day.
The new scents take us to late July strolls through the night gardens of Italian villas and to relaxed California patios...
The new retail line of housemade products is currently available at the restaurant, online from Legends Haul, and via SPUD.
Hurriedly take yours east a few blocks to MacLean Park and allow yourself to be temporarily transported to the Caribbean.
Though easy enough, this recipe does require some forethought due to the lengthy chill time before and after baking.
The new Pie Shoppe address allowed for more room and natural light, not to mention the ability to actually seat guests.
The charming little restaurant on East Pender St. is retooling for the shutdown by crafting specialty soups to go.
Ordering a simple dish in a high end restaurant might feel basic, but it's always fun to see how talented chefs tackle the ordinary.
Sean Heather will launch his combined Irish Heather and Shebeen Whisky Bar concept at E. Georgia St. next month.
This Dachi and Bella Wines collaboration is likely to be pretty popular, so if you're as enamoured as we are then you'd better act quickly!
Good katsu sandwiches are humble doses of comforting deliciousness that are worth seeking out, and they do 'em right in Chinatown.
The good folks at Main Street's currently hamstrung Shameful Tiki Room are jarring up mixes for Navy Grogs and more...
This 15 seat, partially sheltered and shaded patio sees six well-spaced tables enclosed along a busy block of Main Street.
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Tay's new solo exhibit, Amateur Cartography, will be on view at the Massy Arts Gallery from April 17th to May 24th.