February is a short but tough month. Lucky for us, next month Tocador will be hosting a cocktail competition, that's sure to be packed with fun, tropical vibes and tasty drinks aplenty.
Baker's Breakfast Joint is usually only available for pre-order for delivery via their website, so this is a nice opportunity to enjoy their offerings (baos, steamed buns, egg tarts, cheesecake and more) in a more casual and interactive way.
The small but enchanting Mount Pleasant comfort food eatery and neighbourhood, at 152 East 11th Ave., cafe permanently closed as of January 1st, 2023.
Get ready for Pleasant Pairings, an evening of shop-hopping, connecting and complimentary wine (and cider) tastings, with the motto “small shops, great wine, what a pleasant time”.
There's an especially tasty Movember event happening at The American (926 Main St.) next Saturday. No facial hair is required to participate, but a mighty hunger and thirst is...
After a few months of remodelling, cleaning, and menu planning, Mount Pleasant's newest restaurant is ready to roll at 2420 Main Street.
Link's ethos, aesthetic, and attitude towards self care have always spoken to us...so the minute the announcement of her house brand came into our inbox we were already sold.
During the week, Mariana Rivera is an art and curatorial coordinator for a leading art advisory firm. But on the weekend, she seeks out local emerging artists and organizes pop-up exhibitions alongside an online gallery, known as The Art Shop.
This year the Main Street watering hole has got a lot to celebrate. On September 28th they're throwing themselves a party and inviting the community to join in the festivities.
Bar Manager Phoebe has whipped up a menu of inspired drinks that we can't wait to work our way through, including a special Mid-Autumn Moon Festival feature, "The 9th Moon".
In the shadow of a new, 21-storey luxury condo development sits a forgotten piece of neighbourhood history.
Paper came off the windows at 3475 Main Street over the weekend and the highly anticipated "Suyo" is ready for its first customers.
Local ceramicist Kate Metten is hosting her first artist pop-up inside her new Main Street brick-and-mortar shop, kicking off this Thursday with an evening opening reception that looks like an all-around good time.
The Main Street restaurant is celebrating a whopping 10 years of business this summer, and they're doing it right: with a day-long street party.
A new Peruvian restaurant from Chef Ricardo Valverde, James Reynolds, Max Curzon-Price and Felix Ng is currently under construction in the old Slickity Jim’s Chat 'n' Chew space on Main Street.
For this edition of From the Collection, Kim Luttich, curator and designer of Main Street watering hole, Hero's Welcome, continues mining through their extensive collection to share an innocuous yet inventive piece of history...
Kafka’s flagship cafe, which has occupied its prime Mount Pleasant location since July of 2010, is closing its doors this month. They are the latest casualty in a slew of Main Street business closures slated for April (also, Slickity Jim's, The Boxcar and Pizza Farina).
In this edition of From the Collection, we once again hear from Kim Luttich, who continues to unearth interesting items from the former legion's growing collection of wartime artifacts.
Rhys Amber sits down (on a milk crate) with Gus Stieffenhofer-Brandson of Published on Main.
I happened to be having a beer with Boxcar co-owner Patryk Drozd yesterday afternoon when his phone started blowing up.
Rhys sat down with “Dev” a few weeks ago to talk about his dedication and embrace for change in both the profession and on the plate.
Kim Luttich, curator and designer of Main Street's Hero's Welcome shares one in a collection of donated pins and the handwritten personal message that accompanied it.
This edition is extra filling, as the siblings and Anh and Chi business partners both weigh in on their favourite local spots...
The co-owner of The American and Hero's Welcome is also part of the team behind the Open Ferment wine pop-up series (and soon-to-be wine fair) - making him a natural choice to field our BC wine-related questions.
Fallick and Drozd have already experienced the ups and downs of opening and then running a bar together (they co-own The American), so listening to their stories about how and why they took over the once extremely popular Taurus Veterans Club on Main Street left me elated.
The space at 209 East 6th Ave is already getting a new identity (albeit a temporary one) as a dinner and late night pop-up bar concept from the Published on Main crew.
Set the tone for the month of December by meandering up Main Street on December 1st, when seven neighbourhood shops will be paired with as many Naramata-based wine and liquor producers.
Meet our new favourite t-shirt, designed by the local record label in conjunction with Open Ferment Natural Wine Fair's first event.