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The 'progressive latin' restaurant has officially shuttered after nearly three years at 1898 West 1st Avenue in the heart of Kits.
The new spot will land at some point this summer in the space recently vacated by the Oakwood Canadian Bistro.
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The O5 co-founder will be expounding on his favourite plant as one of the PechaKucha Vol.49 panel members on June 27th.
From space-themed socks to milk crate seats, owner and conceptual designer Michael Robbins breaks down the many elements of his Kits cafe.
We asked the guys who run the wine program at Kitsilano's Annalena to map out his affections for British Columbian wine.
The 36 seat 'Supermarine' didn't last long, shuttering in the summer of 2016 just one year after it opened at 1685 Yew Street.
Designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, the stunning "Stepping Park House" in Vietnam took the concept of the house garden inside.
The popular pie-focused destination is opening their third location at 1864 West 4th Avenue this April. Take a look inside!
The GM of The Oakwood has excellent taste in music, so we asked him for three tunes that define where he's at.
The new burger restaurant within a restaurant at 2042 West 4th Avenue is set to launch on Saturday, December 22nd.
Jeffrey Parr and Mike Robbins are about to open their newest project, which is hidden in plain sight INSIDE their last project.
For Throwback Thursday we go back to when we poked our heads inside a brand new ice cream outfit in Kitsilano.
Chewie's Biscuit Company is set to launch next week at 2822 West 4th Avenue, and there was much rejoicing.
"No dude. 16th and Blenheim isn't Kitsilano. That's like the diaper of Dunbar. You gotta be northafourth..."
West 4th's new Their There has quickly gained a rep for its tasty baked goods, but its sandwiches deserve your mouth's attention too.
Kits Beach would be a shoe-in for our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver project if it wasn't so damn obvious. This makes more sense.
The fine folks of the award-winning AnnaLena are nearly finished their new cafe on West 4th. Take a closer look inside!
Pete Ciuffa wants to teach you to make pasta like an "Italian Mamma" at his Pasta & Pizza cooking classes this summer.
Chef Mike Robbins and Jeffrey Parr have just taken possession of the recently vacated Mission Kits location (closed Sunday).
AnnaLena's newest iteration of a menu mainstay is a dead ringer for a fast food staple combo that is no longer what it used to be...
"Three of my top five most intimate and memorable shows of all time were staged among the crates at Zulu..."
From waking up with breakfast BLTs to wolfing flaming pies, Au Comptoir's chef maps out his ideal food and drink crawl of Vancouver.
Not all restaurant tables are created equal, and this is especially the case at the highly transportive and atmospheric Au Comptoir.
It's a medium-sized list with just 66 bottles (22 by the glass), but GM Jeff Parr has put together a real beauty at AnnaLena.
No ladders are necessary to explore this tall, slanted, seismic-savvy bookshelf in Japan.