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"90 years before Strathcona Park became a homeless tent city, it was home to a squatter camp known as Hobo Jungle."
Small restaurants, cafes and shops deep within our residential neighbourhoods would be great. Too bad they're illegal.
The local kids literacy program has been able to secure new spaces, but they need some help in furnishing them...
The idea of the "Garage Bar" as a place to have an unlicensed sip with your friends and neighbours just feels right...
These two girls were living in a completely different world three Springs ago, and I bet they're missing it right about now.
I can only speak for myself and my family, but from today forward it’s take-out, delivery and home cooking only.
Designed by Simcic + Uhrich Architects, the two-level, 67 seat brewery and tasting facility quickly found a customer base for its 12 taps
It has all the 'comforting' elements from crunchiness to gooeyness, plus enough umaminess to ignite a palate well-rinsed in cold beer.
Chef Andrea Carlson is moving the noodle soup component of Harvest to a new, 25-seat space two doors down from the original.
This week we put our Picking Grapes questions to the Sommelier / Manager at a popular East Hastings wine bar.
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While everything about this dish is comforting, it's really the aroma that seals it. Stick your face over this beautiful thing and breathe.
The "Hawaiian" pie from Strathcona Beer Company is the first pizza to be included in Scout's Comfort Food Guide to Vancouver.
The new two-storey brewery at 1216 Franklin Ave. is ready to go with 67 seats, a tight little food menu and whole lot of beer.
The owner of Union Street's Tight Club Athletics takes us on a whirlwind tour of her favourite places to eat and drink.
VV Tapas Lounge has been open for a week in the new Strathcona Village condo complex at 957 East Hastings Street.
Local photographer Fred Herzog passed away earlier this week. Five years ago, he inspired my son and I to go on a hunt.
The 1,300 sqft microroastery and cafe from former Revolver Coffee manager Matt Johnson is now open at 883 E. Hastings St.
VV Wine Bar & Lounge will open before the summer is through at the foot of the new Strathcona Village condo complex.
The new cafe and roastery is coming to us from Matt Johnson, who was previously the manager at Gastown's Revolver.
In this special edition of the popular two-part workshop, participants will get to enjoy feasting amidst blooming sakura.
“I need to make a stop at Benny’s on my way so I can get some olive oil and a grilled prosciutto sandwich...”
The new 4,400 sqft brewery is expected to launch this summer at 1216 Franklin Ave. with a 67 seat tasting lounge.