With the 2016 BC Lions season underway, BC Place stadium is bringing their A-game in a big way. Continue reading:
Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium Introduces An Exciting New Menu
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An exciting, new foodie paradise seemingly inspired by Lego blocks will be launching in North Vancouver this summer. Hawkers Wharf, a harbour-front, open-air food market is a brand new concept in Vancouver, combining shared kitchen space, demonstration gardens, and alfresco dining.
The market will take over the space at 925 Harbourside Drive near the North Shore Automall and will host 20 to 40 retail and wholesale food businesses that will occupy shipping container boxes. (Hence, the Lego inspiration!)
This new development will be reminiscent of some of the world’s greatest open air markets with a laid-back, West Coast vibe. And there will be food, lots and lots of food!
Visitors travel far for west coast oysters, and for good reason – they’re authentic BC fare, and about as fresh as you can get, available right here in Vancouver. Continue reading:
Fanny Bay Oyster Bar Opens in Downtown Vancouver
The Vancouver Food Cart Festival that we knew and loved for the past 4 years is undergoing an exciting change this 2016 to bring us YVR Food Fest. This bigger and better event has evolved into a weekend-long celebration of food culture in Vancouver and beyond.
The hottest (and tastiest) event of the summer will run from August 5 to 7, 2016 and will take place in Olympic Village and the Science World Patio. On top of the usual food frenzy, the foodie festival has also expanded to feature a long-table dinner, food talks, private dinners, and cocktail parties.
The following article was submitted by the Robson Street Business Improvement Association
Summer time is synonymous with patio time #onRobson. The longer, warmer days mean more time spent outdoors and patio hopping – day or night – is among our fave summer activities. Extended lunch hours and dedicated happy hours are totally acceptable in summer, right?
My boyfriend grew up in Nova Scotia where his family throws community parties for their small town. We attended one last winter and I loved how everyone was in the kitchen, feasting on home-cooked rustic food, chatting, and having an overall great time together.
Inspired by this East coast tradition, a few restaurants in the city are hosting seafood boils that would make for a fun and tasty night out (as long as you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with good food).
Did you know that Provence is the oldest French wine region and Rosé is the oldest known wine, for some 2600 years now? Continue reading:
Celebrate Provence Rosé Month With Free Tastings in Vancouver