BREAKING: Team Behind Savio Volpe Opening New Restaurant in Cambie Village This Winter
Burdock and Co Is Celebrating a Decade in Business with a 10-Course Tasting Menu
The Frozen Pizza Chronicles Vol. 3: Big Grocery Gets in on the Game
Recipe: This Blackberry Bourbon Sour From Nightshade Is Made With Chickpea Water
The Author of the Greatest Wine Book of the Last Decade Is Coming to Town
Wine Collab of the Week: A Cool-Kid Fizz on Main Street
10 Black or African Films to Catch at the 2023 Vancouver International Film Festival
8 Indigenous-Owned Businesses to Support in Vancouver
5 Things to Do in Vancouver This Week (September 25- October 1)
Protected: Kamloops Unmasked: The Most Intriguing Fall Destination of 2023
Dark Skies in Utah: Chasing Cosmic Connection on the Road
Fall Wedges and Water in Kamloops
Attention Designers: 5 Reasons to Enter the WL Design 25
On the Rise: Meet Vancouver Jewellery Designer Jamie Carlson
At Home With Photographer Evaan Kheraj and Fashion Stylist Luisa Rino
Heather Yau of CinCin // A RAMOS GIN FIZZ It’s sublime to get drunk on, very lady-like and approachable (sweet, floral, well garnished), and it takes a hell of a long time to make properly. Imagine a bartender flexing his guns for 10 minutes, handcrafting this drink just for you. Wouldn’t you feel special? Especially if he looks like Tom Cruise from Cocktail.
Justin Taylor of Yew Restaurant // A CORPSE REVIVER It’s all in the name. Gin, Lillet, Cointreau, lemon juice, and just a splash of absinthe. Three of these will bring you back from the dead, but a fourth will put you back in the grave!
Copper Tardivel of Hawksworth // A HEMINGWAY DAIQUIRI Quality Cuban white rum (Havana Blanco Añejo is my fave) and fresh citrus from lime and pink grapefruit, balanced with Maraschino liqueur will undoubtedly bring back happy, warm memories of summer.
Heather // What is more celebratory than a SAZERAC? It’s a really kick-ass drink and says, “I’m a big boy/girl drinking a real drink.”
Justin // Let’s go for the good stuff. A CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL, maybe a little heavy on the cognac.
Cooper // It’s a celebration, which means bubbles. One of my favourite classics is a snappy and dry FRENCH 75.
<– Back to the 2011 Drinking Guide