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Snag Tickets to Wild Thing’s Maritime-Inspired Seafood Adventure Series

Clams, crabs, mussels and shrimp will come to a boil with some good corn and a couple of hearty spuds at Wild Thing’s Main Street location Sunday, April 30th, May 28 and June 25.

The seafood feast also includes Nelson the Seagull sourdough (so good) to aid in your efforts to mop up every last bit of buttery, bivalve-y bisque-like broth, and a “cheap ass beer”. A single ticket will run you $50, and covers everything just described.

Down for the Maritime-inspired adventure? There is only a small window of opportunity to snag the few remaining tickets for either the 5:30pm or 7:30pm seating. To secure yourself a spot at the table, shoot the team an email at [email protected] ASAP. (FYI there are also Seafood Boils planned for May 28th, and June 25th.) You know the deal: come as you are, and have a good time!


Wild Thing on Main
Neighbourhood: Main Street
2420 Main Street

Four Super Tasty Spots to Catch a Canucks Game in East Van

It’s been over a decade since there’s been “can’t miss” hockey in Vancouver! As the playoffs approach, here’s a list of a few of my favourite spots with great food and full-volume sound to catch a game.

Merci Bakery is Now Open for Business

This popular Farmers Market staple is now ready to open doors at their new brick-and-mortar Commercial Drive location.

Get Into the Free Economy Spirit at The Burrow’s Brunch & Bazaar, Feb. 9th

This isn't your average brunch or shopping event: besides nourishing your body affordably and replenishing your closet (for free!), this is also the opportunity to find new homes for your old, gently used threads, have fun, and connect with other like-minded folks in the community.

Hit The Magnet for Their ‘Island Darlings’ Tap Takeover, Feb. 10th

A change of scenery is nice, but sometimes the turnaround is just too short to justify the ferry trip. This weekend, we recommend forgoing the hassle of logistics in favour of a one-stop Vancouver Island brewery tour at The Magnet.