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This new installation will help us understand how different peoples have interacted with Greater Vancouver's natural environment.
Located at 1459 West Broadway from 2003 to 2012, the award-winning Cru was an inspiration for our Restaurant Graveyard.
The classic is a harmonious thing of grilled chicken, lettuce, chewy bacon, tomato, boiled egg, corn, blue cheese and avocado.
It's too much to ask of a biscuit to contain such a load and maintain any structural integrity, so embrace the mess.
The virtual workshop will focus on two simple at-home processes, including the 'Hapazome' technique of flower and plant pounding.
The new 60 seater from chef Bardia Ilbeiggi (formerly of Farmer's Apprentice, L'Abattoir) will focus on "humble Persian food."
The Museum of Vancouver's Jasmine Wilson explains how one particular collection connects her to her own personal history.
The Aristocratic was well known for its cheap burgers, neon signage and 'Risty' character sporting a top hat and monocle.
The Museum of Vancouver is hosting the local Chinese-Canadian artist for a truly special artist talk on May 18th.
This picnic-worthy sharable sees fennel, radish, cabbage, and ambrosia apple all dressed in a gentle pumpkin seed vinaigrette.
We love posting photos like this that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!
Harry Kambolis' "C" Restaurant was a game-changing icon that helped put Vancouver’s emerging food scene on the map.
Located on Yew Street just up from Kits Beach, the outdoor space has long been a major day and night draw for beach goers.
The Museum of Vancouver's CEO, Mauro Vescera, shares a piece that inspires some personal childhood nostalgia...
Shelly Rosenblum, Curator of Academic Programs at UBC's Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, shares works by Audrey Capel Doray.
This gorgeous, bright green gimlet is full of fresh forest flavours, perfect for celebrating the advance of Spring.
A year in the making, the new West Side location of an East Van favourite was immediately welcomed by the neighbourhood.
The MOV Operations Manager shares a souvenir that commemorates both a historic local event and an invaluable personal memory.
The edge-of-Kits bakery and cafe is better known for its pastries, which is why the impact of this stuff feels so great.
These are served hot and naked save for a dusting of ketchup powder that makes them glow ever so unnaturally and attractively.
The new restaurant is located just a stone's throw from Chef David Chang's (hopefully still) upcoming Momofuku outpost.
Fiona Hernandez, Conservator at the Museum of Vancouver, shares an artefact that resonates with her on a personal level.
Find your copy of the cookbook at Maenam or its sister restaurants: Sen Pad Thai, Fat Mao Noodles, or Longtail Kitchen.
Au Comptoir co-founder Maxime Bettili is launching the French-themed 25 seater in the evolving Beach District next year.
The new 135-seat restaurant from Jane and Fraser Young is on track to launch at 1516 Yew Street in early 2021.
A piece of Steelhead prepared 'en papillote' at Au Comptoir rekindles a debate on what should make a dish worthy of sharing.