Our hood guides provide local perspective and insight into Vancouver's many neighbourhoods with insider details on what to eat, drink, see and do. Explore all Vancouver neighbourhoods.
Located at the top of Davie Street's west slope, Lolita's served an industry crowd for a dozen years before closing in 2017.
Chef Liam Breem's promising, 74-seat, French and Mediterranean-inspired Verre lasted less than two years at 550 Denman St.
These images were taken in 2009, the popular restaurant's 11th year, arguably towards the very end of its long heyday.
"It's a testament to how special Joe Fortes was that so few in the century since his death have measured up to his respect and renown."
The modern Japanese concept thrived for years in a dark space that made guests feel like they were being let in on a secret.
Technically a De Havilland Dash 8, this striking aircraft travels our coastline six days a week on pollution detection patrol.
The surprise arrival of this burrito -- aptly named "Not today, Seitan" -- rushed me back in spirit to this far more relaxed time.
The new location - due late this Fall - is across the street from English Bay with 11,000 square feet spread out over two floors.
The new contemporary Italian restaurant will launch at the end of the year inside the neighbourhood's new Cardero building.
The effect of this treatment is bright and mildly spicy with a gentle acid tang, all up in a creamy texture reminiscent of melting butter.
Police in Italy and Brazil are employing helicopters to clear beaches that have been closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
"I'd love to participate in the 7pm Cheer but I live in a rural basement suite in Surrey and my landlord would think I was insane..."
Over the the next ten days, the team at Timber hopes to welcome regulars in to have their favourite dishes one last time.
I regularly go through steamer baskets full of these at this always bustling Chinese eatery in the heart of the West End's Ramenland.
The Champagne-loving General Manager at Tableau Bar Bistro takes us on a whirlwind tour of his favourite places to eat and drink.
In the latest edition of How to Cook Vancouver, Maciel does her very best to recreate one of the West End's best main courses.
In the latest edition of How to Cook Vancouver, Maciel does her very best to recreate one of the West End's tastiest plates.
We love posting photos like this that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!
The storied Raincity Grill address will be given new life when it welcomes the arrival of a new seafood-focused restaurant this week.
The upcoming "East meets West high volume social hub" is imminent in the old Second Floor Eatery address off Robson St.
Commemorate the fleeting cherry blossom season by joining in on the VCBF's delicious one-night-only tasting event.
"Once I heard the stories, it was easy to make peace with the fact that I would never set foot on Deadman's Island..."
The Fat Badger was well known for its friendly pints, scotch eggs, fish and chips, rarebits and miniature Yorkshire puddings.
Some old culinary school pals are teaming up for something new and interesting near the foot of Davie Street.
Robbie Slade and Peter Ricq speak in advance of their February 15th gig at Celebrities, in support of their latest LP, "Going Late".
Dig this wide-ranging, long form interview with local artists and community activists Jamie Smith and Tara Galuska.
These photos show the West End's Greenhorn Espresso Bar as it neared its launch exactly five years ago this week.
The new spot from first timers Matthew Fidler and chef Liam Breen launches December 10th at 550 Denman Street.