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Pete Ciuffa wants to teach you to make pasta like an "Italian Mamma" at his Pasta & Pizza cooking classes this summer.
Made of concrete strengthened with fibreglass and originally subsidized by the Dutch government, these futuristic homes from 1984 are awesome.
The Parkside Brewery ‘Trunkline’ India White Ale reads like it will be delicious, and we want to confirmation of this from our mouths...
Chef Mike Robbins and Jeffrey Parr have just taken possession of the recently vacated Mission Kits location (closed Sunday).
AnnaLena's newest iteration of a menu mainstay is a dead ringer for a fast food staple combo that is no longer what it used to be...
"Three of my top five most intimate and memorable shows of all time were staged among the crates at Zulu..."
The cocktail pro shows us exactily where he prefers to breakfast, lunch, dinner, sip late night and take advantage of Happy Hour.
For this edition of The Dishes, the talented bartender was generous enough to show us where he breakfasts, lunches, dines and drinks.
If a restaurant design rhymes, then London's Omar's Place fits the same stanza as Chinatown's Kissa Tanto and Yaletown's Fayuca...
From waking up with breakfast BLTs to wolfing flaming pies, Au Comptoir's chef maps out his ideal food and drink crawl of Vancouver.
With good weather approaching, we saw this 215 sqft island designed for Copenhagen's harbour and got covetous about it.
The fine but casual, two-storey 'Roster' in Finland would fit right into Vancouver's soon-to-be newest neighbourhood.
We turn the questions on the artist whose "Should I Be Worried?" installation currently queries the city from False Creek.
Chefs Angus An, Hamid Salimian, Joël Watanabe and Robert Belcham have joined forces to open Popina Canteen this summer.
Vancouver is often said to have begun at Hastings Mill at the foot of Dunlevy Street, but the area we now know as Marpole is just as old.
"One of the best, most delicious harbingers of summer in Vancouver is the beginning of the spot prawn season..."
The newest location of the quick-service, health-focused restaurant opens Monday, February 26th at 601 West Broadway.
Local boy Sean Nelson just won the title of BC’s Best Sommelier for 2018. Now he sets his sights on an even bigger prize.
The beautiful, Scott Cohen-designed restaurant and cocktail bar at 3473 Cambie Street are both being forced to close at some point this Spring.
There are two Strathcona Parks in Vancouver's history. The second is still in Strathcona. The first is long gone. Here's what happened.
"I could use some cold beer, two hot dogs, a lot of direct sunshine and some screaming. Hey, I know! Let's go to a Canadians game!"
It has that mix of old money eccentricity and oblivious ridiculousness characterized in The Royal Tenenbaums and The Fantastic Mr. Fox
The celebrated establishment welcomes Existential Eating chef Heather Dosman and teacher Camille Flanjak for a restorative evening.
Olivia Povarchook stirs 8 year old Bacardi with Amaro Averna, Amaretto and Angostura Bitters in this updated take on the legend.
Not all restaurant tables are created equal, and this is especially the case at the highly transportive and atmospheric Au Comptoir.
"One doesn't leave Granville Island Public Market without at least a half dozen Honey Dips from Lee's. What we're you thinking?"
It's a medium-sized list with just 66 bottles (22 by the glass), but GM Jeff Parr has put together a real beauty at AnnaLena.
"Making sense of which beach is which at Spanish Banks is a tricky thing, even for lifelong Vancouverites."