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The West End is changing rapidly, but Denman Street—at least when it comes to food—is as reliable a destination as always.
Located in the heart of Kitsilano is picturesque Yew Street. With eateries galore, there is something to satisfy everyone's craving.
Sadly, the Kitsilano taqueria feels rushed
Chef David Gunawan and co. make a meal of waste with the Ugly Duckling Dinners.
A long-dormant Davie Village favourite rises from the ashes—and it’s like it never left.
When time is tight and convenience is king, these are the places where the worker bees flock.
The beloved Italian hideaway marks the occasion with a limited-time prix fixe.
The Gastown wine bar takes its cue from Spain’s wondrous neighbourhood drinkeries.
Chef Angus An (Maenam, Longtail Kitchen) brings a must-visit noodle mecca to Chinatown.
The impresarios behind the Flying Pig turn their attention to seafood—lots of it.
New cocktails pay tribute to a time when air travel didn’t suck
Vancouver Craft Beer Week returns in late May with new attractions and the debut of this magazine’s own beer awards!
Controversial it may be, but off-Main’s recent culinary gentrification has wrought some delicious new attractions.