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In this edition of 'You Should Know', we remember the groundbreaking Edison Electric Theatre on W. Cordova Street.
We asked the co-owner of good times spots Gringo and Dixie's BBQ to take us on a tour to some of his favourite local spots.
The romantic 40 seater was opened by first timers Alice Wu and Johan Friedrich on Valentine's Day in 2015. It lasted just three years.
Despite popular belief, The Dominion's architect J.S. Helyer never fell to his death during the building’s opening party in 1910.
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For our Throwback Thursday feature this week we go back to the beginnings of one of Vancouver's best restaurants.
The addition of ginger liqueur makes it all the more festive, while some local dark lager adds whispers of chocolate and coffee.
Closed in September of 2017, this neighbourhood icon enjoyed an 11 year run with its sprawling patio overlooking Maple Tree Square.
"If I could live anywhere I wanted in Vancouver, it would be in the Hotel Europe's second floor patio suite overlooking Gastown..."
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We asked Pourhouse Bar Manager Adam Domet to take us on a tour of his favourite spots to dine and drink around Vancouver.
Today we remember Sean Heather's Bitter Tasting Room, interring it for all eternity in Vancouver's Restaurant Graveyard.
Today we remember Cork & Fin (and its freshly shucked oysters), interring it for all eternity in Vancouver's Restaurant Graveyard.
In this expansive interview we get to know a Vancouverite who's been helping to breathe fresh life into BC design.
This interesting eatery on Powell St. (its name a portmanteau of "bamboo" and "buddha") now lies in Vancouver's Restaurant Graveyard.
The third location of Mt. Pleasant hangout Kafka's is just getting started inside the newfangled construction at 151 West Hastings St.
Opened in 2010 by the owners of nearby Salt Tasting Room, the Spanish-inspired 21 seat 'Judas Goat' lasted 3 years in Blood Alley
Kicking off at The Birds & The Beets, the new project aims to provide a sustainable model of opportunities for small, independent projects.
The stylish Gastown boutique owner has a discerning palate to match her eye for cool, well-made clothes and accessories.
Created by service industry veterans, Mind The Bar aims to be an invaluable resource for peers who might otherwise suffer in silence.
This bright, light, quenching sipper is a tequila-based riff on the French 75 -- an elegant, classic cocktail created in the 1920's.
The Gastown boutique super-businesswoman flexes some serious foodie muscles to give us her ideal day of eating and drinking around Vancouver.
Some of Vancouver's best chefs and bakers are gathering to fight it out with bread this Saturday, June 16th at DiBeppe.
It's giving Shaun Layton’s legendary Avocado Gimlet a run for its money as the most ordered drink on the menu (and for good reason).
The tiny Spanish-inspired eatery was celebrating its one year anniversary this week, but sadly its first year will be its last.
The new lifestyle shop is located in the old Salmagundi West space (the tip of the old flat-iron building) at 321 West Cordova St.
The New Breed series continues with an interview with a young cook who plates Spanish tapas with a side of conversation in Gastown.
Small, cool, intimate, bouncer-less venues for food and drink (where you don't need to shout to be heard) shouldn't be this rare.