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Put on your stretchy pants and go on a food adventure in Vancouver this weekend.
If you’re anything like me, you probably always go to the same places to eat, and always get the same thing (I’m looking at you, Anton’s). Why not step outside your comfort zone and try something new this weekend? From handmade pierogi to John Snow-approved cuisine, there’s something totally tasty for tout le monde.
When: Friday, April 12, 7 p.m. Where: BMO Theatre Centre, 162 West 1st AveCost: From $50Tickets: Arts Club
Thirsty for some whiskey? Join Joel Virginillo, a Western Canada Scotch Specialist, to learn more about the malt. This is the second fundraising event in a new series of tastings by Legacy Liquor Store. Proceeds go to Arts Club productions and youth initiatives.
When: Saturday, April 13, around 11 p.m.Where: Parade starts at the Ross Street Temple, 8000 Ross Street Cost: Free
As many as 300,000 people attend the Sikh celebration of Vaisakhi in Vancouver. It’s one of the city’s largest, most impressive festivals. Expect tons of free food, including curry, ice cream, and other tasty treats.
When: Sunday, April 14, 11-3 p.m.Where: Ukranian Hall, 850 East PenderCost: Depends what you’re hungry for!
Who doesn’t love perogies?! (Well, to be honest, they’re not my favourite. But I’ve been told that’s a major character flaw by pretty much everyone I know). Come stuff yourself with classic Ukrainian food like perogies, sausage, and cabbage rolls.
When: Sunday, April 14, 7 p.m.Where: Eternal Abundance, 1025 Commercial DriveCost: $35Tickets: eventbrite.ca
Join chef Mark Strunk as he teaches hungry workshop-goers to make two savory soups. You can expect to learn to make a green detox soup and a chunky ginger lemon split pea soup. Soul = soothed.
When: Sunday, April 14, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Where: Storm Crow Alehouse, 1619 West BroadwayCost: $45Tickets: eventbrite.ca
Sad that Game of Thrones is in its final season? Why not eat your feelings away? Storm Crow Alehouse is holding a series of three-course GoT-themed feasts. Couldn’t get your hands on tickets for this weekend? Not to worry—these dinners continue throughout April and May.