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Sticking to the winning formula that made their thimble-sized Pinche Taco Shop on Hastings Street such a success, La Taqueria’s second location has tripled the seating but still has diners li... read more
From the popular weekend Brunch Mexicana to Lebanese-influenced specials and a global chef-in-residence program that changes seasonally, Nuba’s menu reads like a stamp-filled passport. Beirut... read more
Slightly off the Main Street beaten path in an up-and-coming stretch of loftland hides this sleeper owned by 2 friends, one of whom’s a baker making everything from scratch, including vegan a... read more
Chef David Wong’s Pan-Asian kitchen impressively makes everything (including breads and tofu) from scratch, and boasts a traditional tandoori oven and the city’s largest sake cellar. Pa... read more
Chef Harry’s version of a European café makes brunch an Old World affair. Candlelit interior and antique fixtures create an afternoon refuge for English Bay strollers and discount movi... read more
Not only can you eat at the bar, but this top-ranked restaurant merits a visit just for one of David Wolowidnyk's award-winning Kaffir Fling cocktails. Then enjoy local, seasonal ingredients, espec... read more
There's good news and bad news about the student-run restaurant and lounge within the Pacific Institute For Culinary Arts. The bad news? Chefs are still in training to perfect techniques, and dinin... read more
Beloved by local and international luminaries for its weekday power lunches, late night menu, expansive terrace and superb service, other stars here include wood-fired pizzas, house made pastas (wi... read more
Seasonal ingredients focus on locally sourced, organic and sustainable wherever possible, including hand-tied dim sum fresh from Vancouver. Ocean-wise cedar wrapped salmon comes with fingerling pot... read more
Nestled - as the name suggests - in the courtyard of the oft-filmed Manhattan Apartments (location of the Look Who's Talking movies), the flower-edged patio shines in good weather, as weary Robson ... read more
Whistler's fine dining original, Araxi was golden long before anyone imagined getting the games. Warm, Tuscan hues and exquisitely professional service fill the dining room, adjacent bar and season... read more
This rough-edged, downmarket watering hole gets some of its charact...
Gorgeously designed to show off its serpentine curves and 110-year-...
The city’s first dedicated beer tasting room, gastropreneur S...
Showcasing a custom–built Kees van der Westen “Mirage&r...
The prescription at this gorgeous former pharmacy-turned-supper clu...