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The owner of Dunbar's Sweet Something bakery awoke to surprising security cam footage on Friday morning.
Celebrate Asian Heritage Month with a multi-course dinner and wine pairings on May 25.
Published on Main, St. Lawrence and AnnaLena all break the top 10.
For foodies, families and fruit-lovers, here's your guide to the best of the Okanagan for a farm-fresh summer escape.
Our editors share what they'll be getting their moms for Mother's Day (shh).
The all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink fest requires serious strategy: here's some valuable advice.
And big names are taking notice.
Organized by neighbourhood, for your consideration.
From the masterminds of Potluck Hawker Eatery, Street Hawker is opening in late spring 2023.
The new Gastown restaurant is serving some strange and spectacular pies.
The eruption-inspired roll from this vegan Yaletown restaurant is a pretty spectacular example of how awesome plant-based dining can be.
Ever had a mochi cheese bagel? You can at Wa-Bagel, opening in downtown Vancouver in late spring 2023.
Vancouver-based hip hop/rap and soul artist Missy D makes music for all ages (and in two languages).
A real live bunny selects Easter chocolates in "Bunny's Choice."
Wa! Curry comes from the team behind Minami and Miku, and is opening in mid-March 2023.
Vegans, take note: the Burnaby-based company has just invested millions of dollars in new fermentation technology.
Mishmish, located at Fraser and 19th, is expected to open later this year.
Tawnshi's beautiful charcuterie boxes come with a QR code guide to each element.
The new restaurant’s ‘60s-inspired digs are set to open in early March.
See comedian Sasha Mark at Just for Laughs Northwest on February 22.
Sorry, Cupid: according to a quick Instagram poll, there's not much V-Day excitement this year.
A dreamy day trip to the Valley, no sunshine required.
What are the biggest red flags for dating in Vancouver?
Snapshots from last week's Power 50 Event at the Terminal City Club.
A list of dos and don'ts for a modern, romantic, non-sucky Valentine's day.
Nikkei, I'm talking to you: go see this play at the Arts Club before February 12.
Wildlight opens in West Point Grey in February—get your salmon pastrami and smoked albacore tataki here.
I'm sorry, whiskey purists. And on another level, I'm not sorry at all.
Head into New Year's Day prepared for battle. These are editor-approved ways to eat your way through your champagne-induced hangover.
The editors of Vancouver Magazine share their favourite stories from the past year.
A month after the Vancouver Arc'teryx flagship opens, Adidas brings a new 'Ter to town.
Singer Deborah Cox helps BC Women’s Health Foundation raise $2.67 million, while Raven’s Feast cooks up $100,000 for the Bill Reid Gallery.
Cheers to a year of imbibing well. These are the VanMag editors' favourite sips from 2022.
These are the meals that live in our heads rent-free.
Consider this your food and drink bucket list for 2023.
Gold gowns, luxury party games and more that will give you a head start on the season’s circuit of festive fun.
There’s a dynamic community of artists behind Taikan Everything’s minimal wares: think design by DJs.
Looking for a good book to cosy up with over the holidays? Here are our editors' favourites.
Vancouverite Amy Goodmurphy shares everything you need to know about The Holiday Sitter.
Luxurious face masks, cozy sweaters, beautiful quilts and more wishlist items from Vancouver magazine editors.
A stunning snack for on-the-go.
From classic meal kits to $400 personal chef creations.
Using self-tanner can be risky—here's all the facts on Saltyface.
The best gifts for pets in 2022, from Vancouver and beyond.
How those little guilty-pleasure, made-for-TV movies get made—and become major players in B.C.’s film economy in the process.
Cold snaps and atmospheric rivers be damned.
The ultimate antidote to a freezing Vancouver day (and a longing for summer street food).
A warm and merry recipe from Jeff Savage of Botanist.
Bye bye, boring gift guides. From artsy sisters to outdoorsy friends to grumpy neighbours, this list of gifts actually has you covered.
New West-based skater Cole Stanbra takes the stage in Disney on Ice's latest show, Road Trip Adventures.
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.
Lunch Bar is serving up sandwiches and stew, and is brought to you by the team at Kafka's coffee.
Clothing, homewares, bath and body care and more from Indigenous-owned businesses based in Vancouver.
18% of respondents said they never floss, and 29% pee in the shower “basically every time.”
The owner of a local chocolate-dipped strawberry store says many of her customers are buying for themselves. Are y’all okay?
Crowded, chaotic perfection: an ode to Persia Foods, the greatest (and most affordable) grocer in the city.
The new Asian gastropub will feature kimchi calamari, spicy Dan Dan chicken wings and more. And no, it's not Star Wars-themed.
How Michelin’s recognition has changed Burdock and Co—and more importantly, how it hasn’t.
Melanie Auld is offering jewelry that’s permanently fitted to your wrist in seconds.
The new restaurant, coffee bar and mini-grocer comes from the team behind Published on Main and Bar Susu—so yeah, it's going to be good.
Comparing a Vancouver-based waterproof sneaker brand to my usual rain boots.
This lawyer-turned-cartoonist is featured regularly in The New Yorker.
It's up to 75% off backpacks, luggage and accessories (we're anticipating a line).
Shion Skye Carter’s "Residuals" takes audiences back to her grandparents' home in Japan.
According to author La Carmina, the devil is in the details (and the history).
12 more earn "Bib Gourmand" status, and a total of 60 Vancouver restaurant recognized in Michelin's 2022 selection.
Our exclusive interview with the anonymous chief inspector for Vancouver’s Michelin Guide.
The old stationary bike experience can’t come to the phone right now.
A luxurious hotel, revolving cocktail lounge and Korean/Mexican fusion—plus the best new design shops.
There are 15 candidates running for Vancouver mayor, and you get one vote—here's your first glance at all the contenders.
Raincouver's getting its first waterproof sneaker store.
Pumpkin patch-ing, gothic horror and more.
The Hawai’i-inspired eatery brings a heavy dose of nostalgia to a new family-style set menu.
Local designer Evan Clayton’s Inferno is not your average runway show.
But TBH, this new hard seltzer doesn’t really taste like sake.
Mineral undies from Vancouver-based Huha are basics that battle bacteria.
40% of the almost 900 individuals surveyed had had sex in public—here's where.
Stream it now and see how many Vancouver landmarks you can spot.
Binge the series in time for the September 4 finale.
The crowdfunded library is set to open in Chinatown September 2.
Field and Forest’s custom technical gear has local bikes dressed their best.
A first look inside Chef Angus An’s latest room, which opened September 6.
The Granville Flea is August 21 in Olympic Village (don’t get confused).
It’s like Wonka’s, minus the disappearing children.
Think fanny packs, “rad pants” and colourblocked fleece.
Gorgeous homewares, clever stationary and adorable socks await.
The Vancouver store offers a different gold necklace for every sign.
Read on for the best bikinis, trunks and children’s suits to check out this summer.
The brand’s latest collab with resale platform Grailed takes on soccer in style.
Camping freaks, be prepared: the Fresh Air jumpsuit drops tomorrow.
Eat charcoal hummus! Think of the children!
Collaborators include Downlow, Juke, Top Rope Birria and Published.
Uncle Abe’s on Main Street is taking “Yappy Hour” seriously starting June 12.
Published wins it all, and 18 other local restaurants made the list.
Hard wax (and genderless booking) is a game changer at this new Kitsilano wax bar.
Ramen, gelato, seafood towers, fried chicken... enough said.
Four twentysomethings move into a hundred-year-old basement suite in Kitsilano. Chaos ensues. Also, friendship.
Confessions of a gutless waffle-hater.
Smash and Tess's usually-$130 rompers are on for 40 bucks.
The Minors as Agents Program sends underage teens into liquor stores, restaurants and pot shops to test the folks selling it. But after leaving the program, one participant has mixed feelings.
These bright and bold wares won’t fade into the background.
The local size-inclusive brand's $200-plus jeans will be as low as $20.
Self-care essentials whipped up locally. Any complaints, anti-maskers?
It's freezing. Warm up with these fresh and heat-and-serve patties.
For this electrician-turned-artist, life is full of light-bulb moments.
Awl Together is giving local leather goods—and the entire industry—a fresh look.
The best gifts, giftable experiences and places to eat while you shop in Gastown and Chinatown in 2021.
The best gifts, giftable experiences and places to eat while you shop in Kitsilano in 2021.
Snow Fairy is bad. Fight me.
Pour one out for Superflux Cabana, an ocean away.
Warning: graphic content. (Get it?)
A sneak peek inside this collab between Lock and Mortice and Matthew McCormick Studio.
There's the run-of-the-mill flour and oatmeal, but also chilli dried mangoes, local honey and kombucha on tap.
A long title, but the good kind of mouthful.
I'll never eat salsa again.
You can actually see the folks making clothes thanks to an open-concept retail/factory space.
Londre Bodywear turns recycled plastic bottles into stylish swimwear—no filter needed.
Bring on the pasta, pizza and sandwiches—we’re welcoming the summer of carbs.
Splish splash it's the sustainable path.
Like pugs and your baby (yes, YOUR baby) they’re so off-putting it’s cute.
20+ takeout options, including BBQ kits and ready-to-eat feasts from Vancouver favourites.
Vancouverites can try on these Montreal-designed mules from June 9 to 13.
To love is to sacrifice.
It’s hard to tell the fabulous from the fearmongering when it comes to this stuff.
It’s the dip to end all dips.
Decade Studio’s expanded sizing makes good jeans more accessible.
We think you'll love this dance show on a side of a building, but maybe we're just projecting.
Non-beer alcohol that isn’t carbonated or sickeningly sweet? Yes please.
I want to look amazing with zero effort. Is that so bad?
We asked for your favourite patio-less restaurants—here are the spots that could really use your takeout money.
Michella Domo's work is so metal.
Your takeout to-do list of restaurants that have just opened (and just re-opened).
Pretty tempting picks, even though I've got nowhere to go and nothing to do.
Here’s how to make sure your eco-friendly finds are legit.
Seriously don't buy me these things. I'm serious. Seriously.
The new downtown store features only the cleanest of cosmetics.
For those relatives giving you a hard time about, you know, listening to healthcare professionals.
Fun finds with a coastal feel for folks who love the motion of the ocean.
City-inspired picks for holiday homebodies. (So, yeah, pretty much everyone on your list.)
This bungalow reno pairs pieces from Ikea with luxe high-end furnishings.
Unlike guac, it’s not extra.
Takeout dim sum is the ultimate risk with the ultimate payoff.
Footwear picks for the cherished moments we get to spend outdoors.
Buck up, pal, or eat a PB & J oyster (that's a threat).
Poplin and Co.’s cheery prints are doing a little extra good.
Copycats beware—LOVEY is verifiably genuine (and extremely stylish).
The summer edition of Dine Out is on until September 21.
This denim fits—and that’s not a stretch.
Just like the olden days.
Cracking open a cold one with a man of few words.
Introducing the stylish picks we've got our eye on.
These makers truly think outside the box—here are the finalists that defy categorization.
We're especially grateful this year for the makers who turn our homes into our happy places.
No jokes, no frills, just food. OK, some jokes.
Treat yo’ self.
Hot tips from an expert at Stripped Wax Bar.
Coho Collective launched an online store yesterday, so you can still buy local from a safe distance.
Minori Takagi creates molten magic.
Non-Gender Specific's serum is my newest weapon in the war on never growing up.
Ribbed, for her pleasure.
Because unfortunately you can't gift-wrap a good, hard look in the mirror.
Give the gift of some goddamn relaxation.
And unlike other undergarment stores, it's not just for angels.
Railtown is home to some of our city's most revered restaurants—and most marginalized residents.
In fact, there's not mushroom for improvement.
It's so pretty I could cry.
The seventh brick-and-mortar location was a mistake.
It's motherducking good.
Like the famed Charlie, we got a look inside a local fantastical factory and answered all the important questions like "How are bubble bars made?" and "Is Lush a Cult?"
This Vancouver-based brand makes sleek luggage you can get a little rough with.
Marimekko's new streetwear line is bold, bright, unisex—and available in Vancouver.
Get tips on designing award-winning kicks at this Vancouver workshop.
This week, I'm investigating three of Saje's sleep-focused diffuser blends—and yes, my job is very hard.
Peace never tasted so sweet.
Don’t even try using your hands. Trust me.
I tried a dozen PNE Fair foods, and yes, I am very proud of myself, thank you very much.
The words “West Vancouver” may induce a groan of recognition from commuters, but the lush forests and picturesque views in this swanky suburb are more than worth the trip.
You win some, you lose some.
Roque's delicate pieces are simple, sophisticated and sustainable.
Party for a student-run, non-profit, sustainable cause.
A behind-the-seams scoop from the B.C. fashionistas who will be walking the runway at VFW.
Straight-up girl power fuels this boozy event.
Bring it on, #raincouver.
If you want something done right, design it yourself.
We call this the ultimate win-win.
Blind date? Double date? Hate your date? Find a reservation for any situation.
These monthly Taco Thursdays might just be the sickest collab of 2018.