Kerrisdale, one of Vancouver’s toniest neighbourhoods, is now home to the city's newest pizzeria owned and operated by seasoned restaurateurs James Iranzad (who grew up in the hood) and Josh Pape. Both are the notable duo behind Vancouver’s award-winning Wildebeest...
There’s only one rule: eat with your hands. The team behind popular late-night spot 416 Snack Bar – Adrian Ravinsky and David Stewart – has opened another resto-bar that aims to take you out of your comfort zone
Talk about a room with a view. When Taste of the Danforth needs aerial pictures, they come to The Forth. And it’s not hard to see why. Located on the north side of The Danforth just a few doors west of Pape (629 Danforth Ave. to be exact), The Forth is the latest addition to the east end’s best foodie strip
Oliver & Bonacini has always been synonymous with class. And now, at their Café Grill on Yonge and Front you can rent that class all summer long. Their semi-private deck allows up to 80 of your closest friends or colleagues (30 if you’re looking to sit the entire time) to enjoy the sunshine without the hassle that comes with waiting in line
Scarlet Exclusive is now in business and it’s a stunner from a design perspective, displaying a polished and theatrical décor with enveloping British notes and a lush, seductive atmosphere. Sounds sexy? Well, it is. Wait 'til we tell you about the food
You can taste summer in the air, though at times on the West Coast it seems to be taunting us. That was not the case last Friday night when we ventured over to West Vancouver’s Park Royal shopping centre to check out the opening of Trattoria Restaurant
A Swedish invasion arrived in Vancouver with the opening of Fjällräven’s first Canadian store. Even if you haven’t heard the name (pronounced fee-yell-raven), you’ve probably seen the arctic fox logo staring slyly from their popular line of backpacks. The heritage brand was born in the 50’s in Northern Sweden. An innovative framed backpack design was the beginning of an outerwear revolution that has since evolved into a full line of clothing, accessories, and sporting goods.
Behold foodies, the constant wave of new restos popping up around our city is continuing and looking better than ever. The newest kid on the block? Labarake – Caserne à Manger, a restaurant concept from the minds of Andy Aboushaybeh, Owner of Terrasses Bonsecours, and Denis Sobolj and Emmanuel Besnier, previously at L’Auberge St-Gabriel