Vancouver

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Science of Cocktails 2018 - Another Sold Out Extravaganza in Vancouver [RECAP]

Earlier this February was another successful evening at Science World for Science of Cocktails 2018. Featuring over 40 combined cocktail, food, and science stations, this was an activity-filled night of mixology, unlimited consumption, and the classic Science World experience. Disclosure: I was given a complimentary media pass to cover this »

Lindt Chocolate - Flagship Vancouver Store [OVERVIEW]

Chocolate is forever in demand. To exemplify this love of chocolate, the end of 2017 saw Lindt open a new store at an equally new building, the Vancouver Exchange Tower. Featuring chocolates exclusive to a flagship location and a selection of chocolate drinks, how does Lindt shake the chocolate scene »

OneCoffee - Coffee Brunch and Brew at Medina Cafe [RECAP]

Some people enjoy coffee at cafes and some enjoy coffee at home. With coffee pods constantly involved in conversations about landfills, the need for compostable coffee pods is apparent. Enter OneCoffee, who have just launched their compostable coffee pods compatible with a Keurig 2.0 brewer. I was invited (along »

Di Beppe Ristorante - Nighttime Italian in Vancouver [REVIEW]

Di Beppe is a 2-part eatery in Vancouver's Gastown neighbourhood. As some of you may have read in yesterday's post, the caffe is terrific for people-watching. As the sun sets and the attention turns to those at your table, does this ristorante deliver on a good night? Disclosure: This was »

Di Beppe Caffe – Italian Cafe in Vancouver [REVIEW]

Joe's Pizza may have come and gone in a flash, but Di Beppe could be a solid mainstay in the neighbourhood for years to come. In Vancouver's Gastown neighbourhood, coffee is king and there are no fewer than 7 coffee shops within a 100m distance from the new Caffe Di »

Butcher at the Butcher - A Dine Out Vancouver Event [REVIEW]

The traditional Dine Out Vancouver season usually features 3-course menus planned through ad-hoc reservations. What may entice some diners are the sanctioning of organized dining events. From the Donnelly Group and Two Rivers Specialty Meats, Butcher at the Butcher was born. Featuring meat stations with fresh cuts of brisket, pork, »

Lamplighter Pub - Dine Out Vancouver [REVIEW]

If you've been hearing the clang of forks and knives against plates, it's likely because Dine Out Vancouver is in full swing and restaurants are full of patrons. January generally sees a lull in dining out but at $20, The Lamplighter Public House offers one of the cheapest 3-course meals »

Manoush'eh - Lebanese Flatbread in Vancouver [REVIEW]

Manousheh is the cherished national pie of Lebanon. Manoush'eh, with a Canadian spin on its name ("eh", get it), has appeared on the Davie Street strip serving up traditional Lebanese flatbreads. Often a staple for breakfast in Lebanon, manoushehs here are adapted for all meals of the day. »

The Victor – Pacific Northwest Eatery Opening [RECAP]

Parq Vancouver, the successor to Edgewater Casino, opened in 2017, but it took until January 2018 for it to launch all of its eateries. Featuring a contemporary and seasonally-inspired menu highlighting a wide array of Pacific Northwest seafood and a tiered selection of specialty steaks, The Victor has opened and »