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The fourth ever Hawkers Market in Vancouver is being held this Saturday, September 28th at 870 East Cordova. What is Hawkers Market? Local food and loud music. Delicious drinks and drunken dancing…
Created just a few months ago, The Hawkers Market is a monthly recurring “underground” food marketplace that takes place at East Van Studios to support local food entrepreneurs.
The 6th annual Fraser Valley Food Show on October 4, 5, and 6, 2013 announces two more celebrity personalities to accompany Cactus Restaurants’ Executive Chef Rob Feenie on the Celebrity Cooking Stage.
When it comes bargain dining, Vancouver is generally the land of plenty. It’s hard to walk a few blocks without passing a cheap sushi joint. And the city’s diverse population means that authentic, accessibly priced Korean, Persian, Thai and Chinese food is easy to find.
But bargain hunters often strike out when looking for what many consider the world’s most popular cuisine: Italian. While on the East Coast mom-and-pop Italian restaurants are staples of the dining scene, in Vancouver they’re hard to come by. So I thought I’d ask for your help.
Do you have a favourite cheap (or reasonably priced) Italian restaurant in Vancouver? Weigh in by leaving a comment below.
Of course, this isn’t to say that Vancouver doesn’t have some great Italian restaurants. Continue reading:
Best Cheap Italian Dining in Vancouver? You Make the Call!
The newest event to Vancouver’s summer festival lineup, EPIC: The Sustainable Living Festival, promises to kick off the summer season with some of BC’s best sustainable food, beverages, local live entertainment, products and services. Now in its 7th year as Western Canada’s largest sustainable lifestyle showcase, EPIC is combining environmentally friendly living with outdoor festivities from sunrise to sunset at an all-new venue, the VanDusen Botanical Gardens.
New to the EPIC lineup this year is the outdoor concert stage with non-stop live entertainment. With performances by well established BC entertainers Kuba Oms and the Paperboys, and local up-and-comers including last year’s Peak Performance finalists Jordan Klassen, Dominique Fricot, Steph MacPherson and many more, the outdoor concert stage will bring rhythmic dance vibes, bohemian rock, jazz funk and relaxing melodies to this year’s hottest new festival.