Don’t Miss the Remaining Pac Rim Patio Pop-Ups, Only Until August 27th

The Fairmont Pac Rim's Chef series is now past its half-way point - which means that there are only two more opportunities to eat up some of the summer's best dishes as imagined by a line-up of Vancouver's most highly celebrated chefs, served up al fresco style...

L’Abattoir’s 13th Anniversary Events Continue with a Winemaker’s Dinner on August 16th

We're genuinely stoked that the Gastown restaurant is taking liberties and extending their birthday celebrations to include a winemaker's dinner with Le Vieux Pin winery.

Two Fun and Informative MOV Workshops to Put on Your Calendar This Month

From a unique opportunity to commune with nature, to tuning into your self and getting crafty, Museum of Vancouver's August programming is front-loaded with rad workshops we think you should know about.

Plan a Trip to Merridale Cidery for the 5th Annual Cider Harvest Festival, September 24th

Since a bit of forethought and planning is required to get to the fest's idyllic orchard setting in the Cowichan Valley, we're telling you well in advance.

Yeehaw! The 2nd Annual ‘Good Stank Stampede’ Returns to Mt. Pleasant on August 12th

We're so down to hoedown at Good Stank Mart's Country & Western inspired event at Red gate in August.

Head to Whistler to Immerse Yourself in the World of Japanese Artist, Manabu Ikeda

Artist Manabu Ikeda uses ink pens to craft expansive, engaging terrains teeming with detailed architectural features and elements from both nature and modern day civilization together in a dense tangle of visual storytelling that requires unhurried exploration and appreciation.

The ‘False Creek Crab Fest’ is Set to Go Down at Fishermen’s Wharf This Saturday!

Guests to the inaugural fest, hosted by the BC Crab Fishermen's Association, can look forward to a delicious crab boil prepared by chefs Vish Mayekar, Robert Clark, and Dez Lo, plus beverages and entertainment...all the while contributing to the "deeper purpose" of sustainable seafood harvesting.

Creative “Indies” November Pop Up Art Show is Now Accepting Submissions

Calling all BOH/FOH-industry-folk-slash-artists: this is your chance show off your creative side, at an upcoming art show slated to go up on the walls of The Irish Heather...

Haul Ass to Port Moody This Weekend for the One-Day-Only ‘OK Horn Plz’ Pop-Up, July 15th

This Saturday, Matthew Murtagh-Wu and Chef Tushar Tondvalkar commandeer the Frankie Street Food truck together to park it at Brave Brewing to whip up a one-day-only Indo-Chinese menu.

The Pie Shoppe is Turning Out ‘Thai Style BBQ’ This Sunday, July 9th Only

A "little birdy" recently told us about a rad-sounding pop-up happening in Railtown this weekend, with young "Come Upper", Oliver Hill, at the helm...

Learn Oil Paint Portraiture Basics with a Pro, July 3-5 at Strange Fellows Brewing

Dip into the right side of your brain and learn something new, by signing up for the Strange Fellows Brewing 'Intro to Oils' portrait painting workshop with David Vegt, beginning this Monday, July 3rd...

Plan Ahead for the Women’s Moto Summit in Squamish This Fall (No Motorcycle Required)

The Summit will be sprawling across three acres of the idyllic Cheekye Ranch, September 1st to 3rd (the three days and two nights leading up to Labour Day). Early bird tickets are still available...but only until July!

The Best Long Table Feasts of Summer 2023

There are a lot of beautiful dining rooms in Vancouver, but this time of year none can compete with BC’s many naturally spectacular outdoor settings. From long table dinners to more casual al fresco events, we’ve compiled a list of six memorable opportunities to enjoy eating outside this summer. Let’s all go to the farm!

Summer Solstice Sesh Fruit & Sour Beer Fest Heading for East Van This Weekend

Spring officially switches gears into Summer tomorrow, June 21st - basically your call-to-action to make the most out of these elongated days which, not to be a bummer, begin to wane as of Thursday... One way to fulfill your 'duty' is by hitting Luppolo Brewing Company this Saturday, June 24th.

Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day Deliciously at The Burrow x West Coast Bannock Pop-Up

This Wednesday, June 21st, there are many ways to come together and celebrate the contributions, history and cultures of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis communities - including hitting The Drive to fill up on Bannock Tacos!

The Countdown to Steel & Oak Brewing’s ‘SO9’ Nine-Year Anniversary Party Starts Now

The festivities will be going down on Sunday, June 25th in the lot behind the brewery, at 1319 3rd Avenue in New Westminster.

Kiko Nakata x Noah’s Cafe Collaboration Dinner

On Wednesday, June 21st, Cliff Chi (Noah's Cafe) and Kiko Nakata (Tall Shadow) are coming together for a one-night-only seven course dinner with drink pairings - and we think you should buy tickets now if you want to attend!

Tasty Flavours of Hope Market & Food Fair Goes Down in Mount Pleasant This Friday

Gather a few fellow food-loving pals to hit Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House for the roll out of the 'From Kitchen to Market Newcomer Women Food Business Launch', June 16th.

Get Schooled on ‘Beer 101’ with The Bad Academy & Persephone Brewing Company

For their June 24th workshop, The Bad Academy is connecting with Persephone's sole female brewer, Ayla Diebelonly, to give participants a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the brewery operation, talk about the background of brewing styles, and more.

Escape to Vancouver Island for the 15th Annual BC Seafood Festival, June 23-25th

With over 20 events spread over three days, ranging from dinner-and-drinks to chef demonstrations and workshops, the fest is a roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-involved sort of deal (the best kind) that will leave you feeling full and happy...and probably even a little smarter.

Celebrate Filipino Heritage Month with an ‘Enchanted Evening’ in the Chinese Classical Garden, June 16th

The second of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden's summer concert series is perfectly timed and in tune with the middle of Filipino Heritage Month.

Get into Summer Mode at the Alley-Oop Street Party on June 17th

We're talking standard street party stuff - good food and treats you can eat with your hands, a proper bar set-up, plus plenty of entertainment all-evening-long - with admirable intentions, organized by the rad folks of Binners' Project.

L’Abattoir Kicks Off Their 13th Anniversary Celebrations This Sunday with Alumni, Shaun Layton

For his one-evening-only 'Homecoming' stint, Layton will be revisiting his L'Abattoir days by posting up behind the bar, mixing up classic cocktails as well as some of his current creations.

W Projects Gallery Moves into the Del Mar Building and Opens Doors This Weekend

The street-level space, at 555 Hamilton has been sitting empty for a while now. However, all that changes as of Saturday, June 3rd, when W Projects moves in, installs their first exhibition, and opens doors to the public.

Kitsilano’s ‘Folke’ Restaurant is Celebrating Their One-Year Anniversary in Triplicate

To celebrate their business baby's first birthday, chefs and co-owners, Colin Uyeda and Pricilla Deo, have a whole slew of events planned to say "thank you" to all their supporters.

Four Winds Brewing is Throwing Their 10-Year Anniversary Party on Saturday, June 3rd!

Attention local craft beer lovers: make taking a trip out to the Delta brewery your priority this weekend.

Hit Up Modus ‘After Dark’ This Weekend

This time around, the Mount Pleasant cafe is offering up an à la carte menu that combines Japanese simplicity with Belgian snack culture, created by Modus resident cook/baker, Raphael Pirenne.

Sensory Cinema is Back This June, Pairing ‘Parasite’ and Kissa Tanto’s Chef Joël Watanabe

After an almost five-year-long hiatus, 'Sensory Cinema' is back, bringing together critically acclaimed films with secret tasting menus - and tickets to the first event go on sale today!