Dining Features

Chilly autumn nights call for piping hot stews. Here are four varieties to try from around the globe.
More than a dozen Vancouver eateries accept the cryptocurrency.
With the fall harvest in full swing, we ask four local chefs what they do with a bounty of vegetables at Thanksgiving and beyond.
Four local chefs reveal how they make the most of the harvest with creative preparations for Thanksgiving and all season long.
There’s a lot more to this new Vancouver event than pretzels and Löwenbräu.
Despite their relative media obscurity, there are many other individuals who cook excellent Indian cuisine and run much-loved South Asian restaurants.
Tap houses have sprouted across the city, and any self-respecting restaurant now has to have at least a handful of craft beers on tap—if not 20—to satisfy customer demand.
Tasting wine in its country of origin is like having dinner with a person you’ve only emailed with: you finally put a place to a name and never look at the wine the same way again.
This weekend’s festival highlights two much-loved culinary staples, rice and noodles, in a mock battle for supremacy.
Taiwanfest takes place at various venues on August 30 and 31 and September 1.