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The brewery offers unique and sessionable beers, often incorporating tropical flavours like hibiscus, lime, mango and oranges.
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Archivist Jessica Bushey, PhD, previews an exceptional collection of photography capturing BC's mountaineering history.
The expanded ground floor gallery shop includes a selection of gift options curated by Little Mountain Shop founder, Natasha Neal.
The new wine brand has released five bottles since launching in August with a second batch slated to drop in November.
For over a year now this coffeehouse by day and brewery-plus-tasting room by night has proven magnetic to devoted sippers.
We can expect to see the new cafe at the Polygon Gallery softly open their doors tomorrow (Friday, December 14)
The new microbrewery is a pretty and simple little thing, the look and feel of which is evidently meant to evoke 'cabin feels'.
The second location of Bufala is now open in North Vancouver's Edgemont Village (3280 Edgemont Blvd).
Kristin Lim goes for a walk with Bill Wu through his 'without a word' exhibition inside The Polygon Gallery -- on until November 3rd.
The new restaurant from the crew behind Pourhouse, Ask For Luigi, Di Beppe and Pizzeria Farina opens tonight.xz
The finale screening of the acclaimed 24-hour film is set for September 22nd at The Polygon Gallery.
As many in the industry may have heard, chef Nicholas Lim passed away suddenly a couple of weeks ago. He was just 36 years old.
They could have used any old alarm to warn of fire or accident, but instead they chose the one that terrifies everyone everywhere.
The crew from Gooseneck Hospitality are opening a second Bufala in North Vancouver's Edgemont Village this September.
Her "unapologetically urban cidery" is one of over 30 participating in the now sold out 3rd annual BC Cider Festival.
We chat with the photographer as she prepares for her upcoming exhibition at the Polygon Gallery, which runs April 13th to May 12th.
The long-delayed 40 seat restaurant is back on track and set to launch at 140-16th Street West in North Vancouver by the end of April.
Veteran big box grocery store worker Ryan Dennis is getting into the game with his own all-vegetarian grocery this summer.
Chef Dawn Doucette is launching the comfort food throwback at 1490 Pemberton Ave. in North Vancouver later this winter.
Vancouver's first VPN-certified pizzeria has expanded out of Gastown, launching their new 60 seater in North Vancouver.
Construction should kick off at some point before Christmas. Opening day is being set for Winter/Spring 2019.
James Lester and Richard Klaus take us on a whirlwind tour of their favourite food and drink spots across the Lower Mainland.
The evening event begins with a cocktail reception and is followed by a delectable four course long table meal paired with beer and wine.
Our 'You Should Know' series continues with a look at the historical importance of a swathe of North Van waterfront.
We want this beautiful Welsh hideaway - clad in local slate with an interior of birch plywood - a lot closer to home.
The North Shore distillery made just 500 bottles of this beautiful stuff and selling 'em for just $23. Grab one before they're all gone.