Breaking News: Don’t Argue Pizza Returns on March 1
Marugame Udon Is Opening in Downtown Vancouver on February 24
Okay, River District, You’ve Got Our Attention: Bufala Slated to Open March 1
Editors’ Picks: The Best Things We Drank in 2023
Nightcap: The Chasm-E-Pista Mocktail From Zarak by Afghan Kitchen
The Best Drinks to Bring to a Holiday Party (and Their Zero-Proof Alternatives)
More Corner Stores in Vancouver Would Mean More Community
Bar Susu’s Susu Sundays Are a Weekend Highlight
Is Vancouver’s Coolest Nightlife Venue in… Kitsilano?
Escape to Osoyoos: Your Winter Wonderland Awaits
Your 2023/2024 Ultimate Local Winter Getaway Guide
Kamloops Unscripted: The Most Intriguing Fall Destination of 2023
Givers and Takers Creates Daring Denim
Artist Carla Tak Has an Incredible Art Collection in her Olympic Village Home
The Vancouver Uniform: 8 Blundstone Alternatives to Keep Your Feet Dry In Style
Local handmade apparel brand Givers and Takers is suiting up to impress.
Thanks to the Via Tevere team, Don’t Argue Slice Shop returns to Vancouver's Little Italy on March 1st.
It’s no secret that Vancouverites want more corner stores... but will we ever get them?
Take that, Toronto.
Gooseneck Hospitality just announced another new River District resto.
Once reserved for football, religious lollygagging and laundry, Sunday is poised to become the highlight of your week.
Vancouver's most delicious food and drink events—March 2024 edition.
The revamped Hollywood Theatre offers an eclectic mix of music, comedy and drag that’s a world away from the Granville Strip.
Facial Expressions, Vancouver’s premier skin wellness company, empowers clients to confidently navigate skin care and facial treatment options using skin science and holistic wellness
Sauna culture has come for Vancouver. Don’t sweat it.
The Vancouver-based painter gives us a tour of her artfully appointed condo.
In a world where financial prosperity meets philanthropic passion, the Nicola Wealth Private Giving Foundation emerges as a beacon of purposeful giving.
Very Vancouver Valentines for your consideration.
Tacos, margaritas, nachos and more come to the River District.
With help from the TELUS Student Bursary, Tiyanetkw Manuel is studying education, aiming to change the public school system and create new opportunities in her community.
Make Valentine's Day 2024 a special ocassion with these special menus.
Here's where Tam seeks out Japanese spaghetti, Korean BBQ and cheese tea on her off days.
Six watering holes with the neighbourhood’s best bevies.
Simpsons trivia, a JFL comedy show and a special cocktail night for singles and not-so-singles on Main Street.
Is it possible this Commercial Drive bar and restaurant is *too* romantic?
Charitable organizations and wealth management firms reach out to donors to help them make solid legacy giving plans that help communities grow into the future.
Jacob will retire in the spring, and Le Crocodile by Rob Feenie will open in May 2024.
Meo comes from the teams behind Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto... so yeah, we're freaking out about it.
Photos from the Vancouver magazine 2024 Power 50 Awards party.
Vancouver magazine's new editor-in-chief, Stacey McLachlan, shares insights on the making of the Power 50 issue.
The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down is hosted by Schitt's Creek star (and Vancouver local) Jennifer Robertson.
What better way to kick off the Year of the Dragon than with a great meal?
A poetry night to kick off Black History Month, exclusive documentary and film screenings and a unique play with a childlike twist.
Put your best foot forward with these rain-ready ankle boots.
Exploring the therapeutic qualities of music for mental, emotional, and physical health
Who powers our city?
Meet the first-ever inductees to our Power 50 Hall of Fame: familiar faces that have shaped our city for years.
But at least your name should be spelled correctly on your latte.
Your day planner is about to get filled with some serious fun.
Your all-inclusive pass to all things fun in Vancouver.
Enjoy classic Hong Kong family-style breakfast and lunch at this family-run café opening February 1
BC food banks are serving triple the number they used to as more people with full-time jobs need help and lower-income donors drop off. Your donation to GVFB can change a community.
A Sondheim fairytale-themed musical, an early 2000s indie-music throwback and an improvised rom-com.
Discover this month’s best music shows to dance or shoe-gaze away.
I have beef with this new Yaletown restaurant. In a good way.
Foodies, mark your calendars: these food and wine events are can't-miss.
All my love to Reneé Rapp, but this incredible musical is only in Vancouver until the end of the week.
Grab your ticket to celebrate along with the most influential people in the city.
This year, you get a vote in awarding the best restaurants in the city.
Nominate and vote for your favourite restaurants in our new Reader's Choice awards.
A hip hop instrumental DJ, an experimental dance performance as part of PuSh and a summer-inspired pop-up market.
Marx, Mario and audience control are at play in a video-game based interactive experience that's on another level.
The renovated Vancouver space offer facials, massage and book-a-bath services for a DIY spa day.
Here's where Scarfone sources spicy noodles, next-level scallop rolls and chef-approved cuts of meat.
The days are darker, sure. But winter fashion brings the light with glitter and grace—here are our top picks.
Not sure where to start for Dine Out Vancouver 2024? I'll be your guide.
This outrageous, flavour-packed caesar from Botanist packs a punch.
A coffee meetup for creatives, a long table dinner inspired by Quebec's Cabane à Sucre and a soul and R&B dance party.
Six slice-worthy spots in Vancouver’s Little Italy.
Meat falls off the bone at this new Lebanese restaurant on West 4th.
A trivia night, a DJ showcase and classical Bach and film noir experiences for your week.
From a beloved udon joint to a Cambie Village pasta spot to a highly anticipated bakery, these are the recently announced restos we're watching closely.
Are those glowy orange fitness studios all over the city worth the hype?
New year, new leggings. We've got eight great options to replace (or supplement) your fave Lululemon yoga pants.
In the heart of downtown Vancouver, a premium clinic has become the epicentre for transformative smile makeovers, especially for future brides and global visitors seeking perfection for their special occasions.
A critically-acclaimed Japanese film, a hilarious stand up comedian and a winter farmer's market for your week.
The holidays may be over, but that doesn't mean the over-indulgence needs to stop. Here are the most delicious food events in Vancouver for January 2024.
Industry insiders reveal what couples are loving right now.
The stories that have stuck with us this year.
You're obsessed with Restaurant Awards, we get it!
We're cultured! This proves it!
Raising a glass to 2024 with our favourite beverages of 2023.
A very delicious to-do list.
What the editors of Vanmag are hoping to find under the tree this year.
Author Tami Wong drew on her own experience with alopecia when writing the picture book.
It's go time. Here are the best gifts and where to find them when you're last-minute holiday shopping in Vancouver in 2023.
Courtesy of bartender Winnie Sun, it's an Earl Grey tea meets pistachio faux cocktail that's a taste of something new—just like you in 2024.
... and what is our civic policy around sharing clothes?
A Taylor Swift holiday dance party, gingerbread house display and stand-up for your weekly to-dos.
Where will your last meal of 2023 be?
Earth-friendly Vancouver gift ideas for everyone on your list (including your dog, who has four eco-footprints).
Elevate your wine collection with a luxury wine refrigeration system from Liebherr, available from Trail Appliances
The Vessels and Muses oracle deck features highlights from Zoë Pawlak's 16-year painting career.
Six neighbourhood gems with the slurp-worthiest soup .
A holiday pop-up market, candlelit piano concert and a masterclass in oyster shucking.
What does power in Vancouver mean to you? Answer our quick, anonymous survey.
What are the go-to shops for the holidays?
We all know someone who just needs to relax. Here's what to get 'em for the holidays.
Party pics from a duo of heartwarming (big-earning) fundraisers.
Who knows what Cirque du Soleil's Kooza is about? And honestly, who cares? It's a holiday spectacle, whatever the plot.
A mariachi band in Gastown, a holiday puppy hang in Burnaby and a unique holiday market for the weirdos.
This is the tab to leave open on your partner's computer "by accident."
The event showcased talented young Chinese chefs who are applying modern French techniques to classic Chinese dishes.
Your 2024 guide to the best cocktails, wines and beer, plus the greatest non-alcoholic options out there.
From budget-friendly gems under $100 to luxe splurges over $100, plus expert picks and special finds from The Cross, we've curated the ultimate gift guide for everyone on your list.
Delight your four-legged friends this holiday season with our selection of top-notch pet gifts, featuring everything from chic feeding bowls to interactive toys, ensuring your pets enjoy the festivities as much as you do.
Discover a world of fun for the little ones with our handpicked selection of kid-friendly gifts, featuring everything from imaginative building sets to cuddly companions, ensuring smiles all around.
Celebrating 20 years of holiday cheer, The Cross Decor and Design offers an array of unique and delightful gifts, from luxurious candles to cozy home accents, in Yaletown's transformed winter wonderland.
Vancouver's trendsetters share their top gift ideas, offering a diverse range of thoughtful and creative options for everyone on your list, from the avid hiker to the cocktail enthusiast.
Splurge on your loved ones with our selection of high-end gifts, from chic linen PJs to designer fragrances and elegant jewelry, all ensuring a touch of luxury this holiday season.
From stylish tumblers to luxurious body washes, discover our handpicked, budget-friendly gifts for every type of person in your life—all under $100.
Check out a culinary gala for a cause, some family-friendly gingerbread decorating and a five-year celebration for Como Taperia.
The King Living Black Friday Clearance, November 24 to 26 at the Granville Showroom, is an exclusive opportunity to discover Australian furniture design. Book now to secure your spot.
Big spenders come out for the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation and Richmond Hospital Foundation’s biggest night.
Start dreaming of the perfect night’s sleep with these top seven mattress picks and learn what makes each one exceptional
A Supernatural Kiki Ball, a pop-up dedicated to the art of nothing and the 50th anniversary of Emily Carr's legendary student art sale.
Will Santa put you on the naughty list for being unoriginal?
Think massage is just a luxury? Think again. Vancouverites can enhance their wellness routines with rejuvenating Asian massage therapies.
For the Pinot lovers to those who love bubbles—here's your British Columbian holiday wine list.
A festive sip that's a twist on the rum and eggnog classic.
Check out the Eastside Arts Culture Crawl, a human library celebrating Asian stories and a play penned by Sam Shepard and Patti Smith.
Everything that's not Scotch gets the once over.
A photographer and a food writer embark on an omakase odyssey through Vancouver’s top Japanese restaurants.
Shop clothing, jewellery, food and more from Indigenous-owned businesses in and around Vancouver this holiday season.
For the 17th (or something) year in a row we do all the heavy spirit lifting for you.
An iconic, boat-shaped institution is about to sink.
An experimental art exhibit, a holiday craft fair and an Indigenous-led skateboard festival.
Last year's Herschel warehouse sale was actually pretty great, so they've likely got the 2024 event in the bag.
Atelier Solana’s modern crocheted fashion represents a new generation of knitwear.
Taking place November 20 to 25, this year's Indigenous Fashion Week is runway ready to inspire a movement.
Discover an enchanting winter wonderland, where festivals, serene landscapes, adventures and cozy moments come together to create an unforgettable seasonal escape.
Sip back some Día de Muertos-inspired cocktails, learn how to cook Korean food and check out an Asian Film Festival.
From Christmas to Kwanzaa to Diwali to Hannukah, ’tis the season to entertain.
Arts Umbrella’s 41st edition sets a new standard while the Arkells rock for Music Heals.
Sorry, Big Umbrella: this famously rainy city has fallen out of love.
Embark on a DIY and slightly messy carb lovin’ adventure.
Cold snaps and atmospheric rivers be damned.