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St. Lawrence - Homey Quebecois in Vancouver [REVIEW]

If you keep up with any sort of lifestyle column in Vancouver, you'll know that St. Lawrence has stormed onto the scene as one of Vancouver's best new openings of 2017 (see Alexandra Gill, Vancouver Magazine results pending, and Georgia Straight). It took me awhile to find time for this »

The Blenheim - New Neighbourhood Pub in Kitsilano [REVIEW]

The difference between an urban and a neighbourhood pub is the audience these appeal to. A neighbourhood pub can have any combination of chill service, personable staff, or other family-friendly activities. The Blenheim is one of 2017's last openings on this neighbourhood pub mission and I was invited to have »

5 Best Foods from Peaceful Restaurant in Vancouver

With Chinese New Year celebrations in full swing in Vancouver, one might be wondering where the best eats of Chinese food are in Vancouver. Peaceful Restaurant may have been first "discovered" by Guy Fieri on the Vancouver edition of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, but since then has spread »

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 »

Piva – Modern Italian in New Westminster [REVIEW]

It took awhile but it finally happened – polished Italian cuisine has arrived in downtown New Westminster. Situated inside the Anvil Centre, Piva is the new Italian hot spot hoping to satisfy your cravings of the old country. With offerings such as "For Nonna" and "For Nonno" »

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 »

Liuyishou in Burnaby - Hot Pot Week Preview

Last week I was invited to try out Chongqing-style hot pot at Liuyishou in Burnaby. One of a few locations in Canada, this is actually a large chain from China with hundreds of stores. The purpose of last week's get together was to preview Liuyishou Hotpot Week and enjoy special »