Best Thing I Ate All Week: (Gluten-Free!) Fried Chicken from Maxine’s Cafe and Bar
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And it's possibly the best friend chicken in Vancouver—gluten-free or otherwise.
This comfort-food classic is ready just in time for Lunar New Year.
The Vancouver-based meal prep service is featuring a limited edition dish from the Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning restaurant.
The beloved sandwiches are being joined by brunch items like hot chicken and cornbread waffles.
Tailored menus, desserts and gift boxes to hop into the Year of the Rabbit with.
Wildlight opens in West Point Grey in February—get your salmon pastrami and smoked albacore tataki here.
The secret to turning your restaurant into a foodie destination? Destroy your overhead lighting in some sort of ritual bonfire.
Toast to Robbie Burns with these whiskies from Shelter Point, Odd Society and Devine Distillery.
Vij's and Kismet Estate Winery collab for this surprising red blend, Vij's Lantern 2020.
New year, new you and a new zero-proof and fool-proof faux cocktail recipe from Archer to start the year off right.
I'm sorry, whiskey purists. And on another level, I'm not sorry at all.
Cheers to a year of imbibing well. These are the VanMag editors' favourite sips from 2022.
Kurtis Kolt finds the good in a much-maligned category.
We're over 90 percent sold out—grab one of or our last few tickets to celebrate along with the most influential people in the city.
A motorcycle exhibition, Lunar New Year Tasting and experimental percussion and electronic concert.
Vancouver Foundation eases the pressure of administering a fund after a spouse passes on
Nikkei, I'm talking to you: go see this play at the Arts Club before February 12.
'Spawn,' a major new piece from prolific Vancouver writer and artist Douglas Coupland, was unveiled this afternoon.
Dance, food, circus, art and more to do this week in Vancouver.
A guide to eating, drinking, shopping and exploring 6 awesome B.C. winter destinations.
A plucky pair of adventurers prove that you can do Tofino in a weekend—but stay longer if you can.
Whistler’s main village gets all the glory, but don’t sleep on this neighbouring community.
B.C.’s billion-dollar wine world might seem cutthroat, but in the South Okanagan, the grape grower hath no wrath.
Learning about the land via high-tech museum experiences and high-flying float plane tours.
Where to get your pizza, cocktails, Turkish food and edible souvenirs in Penticton.
Don't want to blow the bank on your venue? Here are some affordable options that still bring the charm.
A list of dos and don'ts for a modern, romantic, non-sucky Valentine's day.
International Sweatpants Day is January 21 (as if you needed an excuse to invest in a comfy pair of pants).
Stone veneer brings character and elegance to our homes. Install it over an existing brick façade for a seamless transformation.
The Super Puff is an obsession... and as it turns out, a totally worthy one.
A month after the Vancouver Arc'teryx flagship opens, Adidas brings a new 'Ter to town.