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The recently relocated Red Wagon is deftly blending the French bistro and North American diner concepts together at night.
The new location at 2128 East Hastings will seat 55 and serve both lunch and dinner when it opens in December.
The sake-lover and co-owner of Dachi restaurant talks to Jamie and Mickey about working through the weirdness.
The feasting will include steak sandwiches, shrimp on the barbie, veggie skewers, Aussie burgers and more.
Including any kind of salad on our Comfort Food map might seem a little...er...wrong, but shut up and look at this thing.
The Chicago-style 'Wrigley Field' is my go-to at 'What's Up? Hot Dog!', but no matter the condiments the star is always the wiener.
This week we tasked the sous chef at East Hastings' Dachi with choosing three records of especially impactful goodness.
We put our Picking Grapes questions to Stephen Whiteside, sommelier and co-owner of East Vancouver's Dachi.
Food celeb Guy Fieri was in town shooting in Hastings-Sunrise today, parking his '68 Camaro out front of two neighbourhood joints.
The new PNW-inspired restaurant officially opens in the old Campagnolo Roma space on Wednesday, December 19.
We caught up with Alberta Randall during the silly season to talk about - among a great many other things - her journey so far...
First timers Miki Ellis, Stephen Whiteside and Tyson Viteychuk are opening their new restaurant in the old Campagnolo Roma space.
Following a seven year run at 2297 East Hastings Street, the Roman-inspired eatery will shut down for good on November 8th.
As well as the artworks on display, "Natural Plot Line" will also include the live painting of two original works of art on September 12/13.
We asked Victory Tattoo owner/artist Daniel Kurc to give us the lowdown on some of his favourite neighbourhood spots.
The same gung-ho attitude and life ethos that had him slaying double backflips on his bike now has him executing smooth lines in his studio.
North Audley Cantine is a gorgeous, windowless basement bar that appears to be sprung from the colourful mind of local artist Andy Dixon.
This multi-disciplinary, octogenarian artist is a wealth of Vancouver history, humour and inspiration.
Chicken, bacon, mayo, tomato and lettuce layered in a toasted white bread triple decker is one of the great combos out there. Dig in!
Individually portioned, rectangular and evenly distributed with creamy icing, this Aer Cafe beauty is a pleasure from start to finish.
Introduce your face to this hanger/sirloin patty on a fat-fried bun layered with house mayo and caramelized onion.