Get a free copy of our newest local guide while celebrating local merchants at Shop the Neighbourhood day this Saturday, Nov. 28
It’s fair to say that the city that started the 100-mile diet and brought locavorism to the table knows a thing or two about sourcing locally. Which is why Vancouver magazine developed our first-ever Neighbourhoods Guide, a comprehensive index of more than 20 distinct neighbourhoods in the city and the North Shore. Powered by insights from influential locals and targeting the city’s obsession with real estate, local shopping, dining and a love of neighbourhoods, this is a tourist guide for locals— if you need a cobbler in Kits or yakitori in Yaletown, we’ve got you covered with local maps, upcoming must-do events, hot shops, restaurants and breweries, and intel on the hood itself. What does $500,000 buy you in Strathcona, anyway? Find the guide in YP boxes and on racks—those yellow and grey beacons on so many Vancouver streets, as well as at the third annual Shop the Neighbourhood initiative this Saturday, November 28th, YP’s yearly celebration of the merchants who live, work and prosper in each of these great neighbourhoods. Come say hi and grab a free copy of the Vancouver Neighbourhoods Guide in Kits at 2137 West 4th Avenue and in Cambie Village between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. this Saturday.