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Ray Loy and Benjamin Ho took over the old Escobar address on Fraser St. with plans to open their new eatery by late July.
Escobar, so named after the murderous Colombian drug Pablo Escobar, earned its special place in Vancouver's Restaurant Graveyard.
We recently caught up with the cool duo to get first-hand the recipe for their long-lasting and successful business relationship...
Maciel Pereda's "How To Cook Vancouver" series continues with something so delicious it probably shouldn't good for you (but it is)...
Chef Brodie Nutbrown is serving up something special at Bells and Whistles. We just hope it's not here for "a limited time".
The forward-thinking, kid-friendly 38 seater will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner at 4194 Fraser Street.
The Dark Manor Inn is a 60 seat haunted-mansion inspired restaurant and bar opening soon at 4298 Fraser Street.
For our Throwback Thursday entry this week we look back at the start of Los Cuervos, the irreverent cantina at 603 Kingsway.
Remember the awesome Zero Waste Market pop-ups in Kitsilano? This new East Van "green" grocer is the brick and mortar result.
We put together a list of the worst restaurant names in Vancouver's history to see how the poorly considered "Escobar' measures up.
In her latest read of the food and drink headlines, Talia finds pots smoothies and a lack of diversity in restaurant criticism.
This sandwich disappeared into lore and legend only to become bigger, stronger and just a little bit better upon its glorious return.
The award-winning restauranteur maps out his picks for some of Vancouver's very best food and drink.
The gorgeous, heavily detailed ATX Cocina can be found in downtown Austin, Texas, but we'd prefer it a little closer to home...
Skip the mall and shop a tasteful assortment of locally made kids stuff while sipping hot beverages on December 16th.
Eating the same dishes Chinese-Canadians commonly enjoyed in Vancouver long before the British relinquished sovereignty of Hong Kong.
It's tempting to think of this as a burger-centric take on a super-sized Sausage McMuffin meal, but it's so much more than that.
As the NHL season opener nears, the Fraserhood welcomes a new, sports-inspired eatery that scores points on every level.
You know when you dig into a dish you feel you know everything about but it turns out you don't and it's delicious? Yeah, me too.
Few things confirm summer's arrival more convincingly than these two ingredients, their bright flavours sending the signal loud and clear to my brain.