There's less than two weeks until Top Drop hits the Roundhouse in Yaletown, Vancouver, bringing together 48 producers from 11 countries for the two-day Main Event.
Get yourself sorted out with your own specially designed and glazed ceramic bento box to be used at OH Studio's next group picnic featuring a food menu by Chau Veggie. All of the extra picnic mileage you get out of your bento is totally up to you!
It's official: the restaurant is shutting doors to its 560 Davie Street location at the end of the month. After Sunday, March 26th, you'll have to travel East for a proper taco fix...
Ça Marche is switching up their dinner service - swapping Breton(ish) style crêpes for French bistro fare - and they're kicking it off with a series of one-night-only dinners inspired by a couple of classics.
The Certified Sommelier and Wine Director at Elisa hones in on the local stuff that gets him excited.
Along with sipping the "good stuff", this is a rare opportunity for engaging in shameless wine-centred conversations with the people who live and breathe it around the world, along with your local wine-loving peers and industry folks.
Annalena and Their There co-owners, Jeff Parr and Mike Robbins, re-open popular burger joint, Hundy, at 1144 Homer Street in Yaletown.
With a demanding schedule involving a weekly commute between Vancouver and Ottawa (and back again), what does Chef Yen look forward to eating in Vancouver? We recently caught up with him to find out...
Don't worry, you only have to travel to Yaletown in order to taste this Manhattan-inspired cocktail.
Helmed by Chef Chanthy Yen, this new vegetarian restaurant is anticipated to open its doors on Mainland St. in early December.
Goldfish Pacific Kitchen was a professionally-run, West Coast meets Asian restaurant owned by the legendary Bud Kanke.
Previously Minami restaurant's private dining room, the corner store-sized space has been transformed into a welcoming grocery.
I snuck a peek yesterday afternoon and found the new 15-seat, salad-focused eatery looking primed for its first customers.
Given its sharp conceptual focus, sleek aesthetic and established identity this will be a good fit for the neighbourhood.
The 120 seat casual pizza restaurant and bar is set to launch mid-September on the ground floor of the Opus Hotel.
From the new black tile on the bar to the hanging birdcages, the 50-seat Vietnamese restaurant is looking clean and sharp.
The menu will mirror that of its Kingsway twin, with wine and beer flowing from the marble bar's dozen or so taps.
The 'Enoteca' private function rooms adjacent to Cioppino's are being renovated so as to be fully absorbed by the latter.
The first (and very likely last) Vancouver restaurant to ever screen a live feed of its dining room above its washroom urinals.
The highly anticipated 214 seat restaurant from the Toptable Group is finally coming together at 1109 Hamilton Street.