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A stone's throw from the old Cordova Street digs, Boneta's airy new space adjacent to Blood Alley has kept all the best bits, including the gorgeous bar and stellar service team. Epicurean sensuali... 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
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
Co-founder Jay Jones crafted a bar-forward space reflecting his passion for old-fashioned things (including drinks), and Chef Chris Irving's menu reads like snapshots in a gastronomic keepsake albu... read more
Resurrecting and redirecting a beloved space (and name) from Vancouver's hipster past, The Refinery soothes the old ghosts with top-down green design from pressed, recycled wood tables to floors ma... read more
Re-branded and reopened after 30 years at Ferguson Point, to many The Teahouse is as Vancouver as Stanley Park itself. Chef Carol Chow's strengths range from simple carrot soup to delicate fish and... read more
Stylish from concept to cuisine, the Regional Tasting Lounge adds frequent flyer miles to your palate with sharing plates featuring local flavors and two global regions changing every three months.... read more
Spa-adjacent hotel restaurant offers surprisingly satisfying, flavorful plates, accenting farm-fresh, organic ingredients and contemporary fusion cuisine. Tablet-style computerized wine list is jaw... read more
Originally just coffee and waffles. Medina eschews the greasy spoon with gourmet toppings and sides, eggy delights and a fabulous fricasse created by next door Chambar's star Belgian chef. Aqua and... read more
Spread out over three levels and a sun-dappled patio, this newish hotspot is favored by fun-starved ale aficionados and hungry window shoppers alike. Small outdoor area is packed with bedheaded bru... read more
Keeping it elegantly simple, this kitchen-free concept does combinations of artisanal cheeses, superb cured meats and luscious condiments like mustards, chutneys and rosemary-marinated olives, alth... read more
Award-winning, intimate and delightfully warm, theater-goers and locals pack this tiny room nightly. With Granville Island Market just out her back door, Chef Alana Peckham's freezerless kitchen me... read more
Can’t actually buy any at this Amsterdam, but if you’ve already scored, this boozeless, smoke-friendly café is twist and burn central for weederati, especially after 4:20 (tobacc... read more
Weekend brunches pack the patio, but night falls and it's game on for sports fans seeking cheap, ice cold beer and zesty, garlic-sauced burgers and fries. Moody, firelit decor and opulent chandelie... read more
Launched under the spotlight of the Food Network's Opening Soon, Wild Rice's aesthetic and gastronomic goals are unabashedly non-traditional in what could have been an intimidating location. Modern... read more
Humble stage where past lucky voyeurs have witnessed the romance between BB King and Lucille, and the backflips of Guitar Shorty, thanks to owner Eugene's longtime commitment to the cause of live m... 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
Under a gleaming copper canopy, a storied room adorned with rare, Reidel-chosen glassware, hand-painted plates and live jazz piano, where grilled fish is deboned tableside, cocktails arrive on a ca... read more
A rim of real snow to cool your glass and hands-on champagne sabering tutorials with owner Andre Saint-Jacques make this so much more than just a place to chill before dinner at stellar Bearfoot Bi... 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...