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With its bucket seats and spinning wine machine, Harry Kambolis' Nu Restaurant was a little ahead of its time.
Ernesto Gomez's new Mexican restaurant concept is almost ready to go in the old Edible Canada location.
Imagine Belgium's Vlot Kamp - essentially eight floating campsites accessed from the shore by canoe - next to Olympic Village.
Harry Kambolis' "C" Restaurant was a game-changing icon that helped put Vancouver’s emerging food scene on the map.
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The new restaurant is located just a stone's throw from Chef David Chang's (hopefully still) upcoming Momofuku outpost.
Au Comptoir co-founder Maxime Bettili is launching the French-themed 25 seater in the evolving Beach District next year.
Launched in 1988, Carlos 'n Bud's was defined by its affordable Tex-Mex menu, relaxed attitude and sun-soaked patio.
The tiny taco takeaway joint in Granville Island's Net Loft is ready with five interesting tacos and a bunch of cool puffcreams.
For this edition of Throwback Thursday we return to the south shore of False Creek in search of the Golden Dumpling...
It's coming to us in the original Sen Pad Thai location and is on track to open to the public in August, 2020.
The big deck holds a BBQ, a herb garden, a hammock, and several other wonderful things besides (like a baby blue canoe).
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.
"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.