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If you brew it, they will come. That’s what Karen Skadsheim, co-owner of Townsite Brewing, has learned since she opened her craft brewery in Powell River. “This was very much a...
When it rains, it pours—wine and snow, that is. This weekend is a big one in Whistler: not only is it the second weekend of Cornucopia, Whistler's food and wine festival, but...
Sandwiches get a Latin twist at Boca, the new grab-and-go shop at 1513 West Broadway, where the westbound B-Line stops at Granville Street. The bocadillos ($9) are all made with...
After a year of renovations, CRAFT Beer Market, Restaurant + Bar opens Thursday (November 7) in the Olympic Village at 85 West 1st Avenue. Located in the historic Salt building,...
Standing on the sandy crescent facing the ocean, I watch six-foot waves crash and churn into white water. Behind me, dark-green foliage hugs the perimeter of the beach, and above...
Need a dose of the Caribbean sun? You’ll find it in New Westminster at D Roti Shack (808 12th Street), a brightly painted family-run eatery that serves Trinidadian food. You can’t...
Some people take these ever-shortening days as their cue to haul their snowboard out of storage. Cooks, on the other hand, dig out their cast-iron Dutch oven and wash up their...
Cornucopia starts this Thursday (November 7) in Whistler, and runs over two weekends until November 17. But if you can't make it up to the food and wine festival, a taste of...
With a Halloween chill in the air, it’s time to take comfort in chowder. Chef Chris Whittaker makes a fantastic, creamy spot prawn and seafood version at forage (1300 Robson...
Bob Likes Thai Food, a restaurant with two locations in Vancouver and a very unusual name, is coming to Richmond. Gudrun tasting room in Steveston will host the pop-up evening...

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