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The restaurant's waterfront location adds some extra authenticity to the experience, even if it is the wrong coast!
David Chang might be closing two restaurants and moving a third, but he's still committed to launching in Vancouver this year.
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"The Bridge Scrotum is great, but I'm not surprised some think its tasteless seeing how it's located where desperate people might seek shelter..."
On November 14th, Science World will transform into a veritable wine universe for this one-night-only inaugural event.
Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts played delicious host to "From Farms to Forks" last night and it was all kinds of good times.
PICA is once again hosting the annual fundraiser that puts fork-armed foodies right in front of some of BC's best chefs.
Talia sat behind the bar at Ancora and noticed a bayonet from the 19th century hanging out with the top shelf booze. This is its story...
The Union Street staple (home of the ridiculously delicious French Onion Beef Dip sandwich) is expanding into the Net Loft.
"I was all for taking the viaducts down until I realized we'd lose the Hot Wheels optical illusion of the Trans Am Totem..."
Regardless of your industry or hobby, the newly launched Custom Apron Builder by Search and Rescue Denim Co. is really f*cking fun!
Round two of the Weaving 101 workshop runs weekly from February 6th to 20th at Granville Island's Silk Weaving Studio.
Formerly homeless eccentric Englishman Hamish McKenzie likes to think of himself as a "boat renovator"...
The Head Brewer and learned craft beer lover's picks range from political punk and uplifting island vibes to good ol' fashioned grunge.
Developed in Puerto Rico, the Lift eFoil allows its rider to cruise silently above the surface of the water at speeds up to 40 km an hour.
If the Danish city of Aarhus can open public baths in their once filthy waterway, why can't we do something similar here?
With solar panels on its A-frame, the stilted construction has very little impact on its immediate environment and did not require building permits because of its diminutive size.
The annual good time on Northeast False Creek brings together many of the city’s best restaurants to do their carnivorous best to impress a sold out crowd of meat-loving beer drinkers.
In our first addition/amendment to our ever-evolving Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver, we focus on a veteran brewery with a superb location.
The apron aficionado behind Search and Rescue Denim fills us in on his favourite places to eat and drink around Vancouver.
The annual Brewery and the Beast festival of meat and beer easily cracks our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver list.
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm transformed an old VW bus into a bizarre, oddly obese food truck of sorts, and we want it for our sea wall.
Made of concrete strengthened with fibreglass and originally subsidized by the Dutch government, these futuristic homes from 1984 are awesome.
If a restaurant design rhymes, then London's Omar's Place fits the same stanza as Chinatown's Kissa Tanto and Yaletown's Fayuca...
With good weather approaching, we saw this 215 sqft island designed for Copenhagen's harbour and got covetous about it.
The fine but casual, two-storey 'Roster' in Finland would fit right into Vancouver's soon-to-be newest neighbourhood.
We turn the questions on the artist whose "Should I Be Worried?" installation currently queries the city from False Creek.
Chefs Angus An, Hamid Salimian, Joël Watanabe and Robert Belcham have joined forces to open Popina Canteen this summer.