Head to Commercial Drive for Quests and Queers Games Night at Vancouver’s Nerdiest Pub

Stormcrow Quests and Queers

By Casey Stepaniuk

If you live in that sweet spot in the intersection of the Venn diagram of being an LGBTQ2A+ person visiting (or living in) Vancouver and being a fan of board games, have I got an event for you! Quests and Queers: An LGBTQ2A+ Game Night is an event hosted by the GM Tim (a local tabletop and role playing game coordinator) and held at Vancouver’s nerdiest pub The Storm Crow Tavern on Commercial Drive.

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Head to Commercial Drive for Quests and Queers Games Night at Vancouver’s Nerdiest Pub

Vancouver Voted Top Veg-Friendly City in Canada

Photo Credit: {JooJoo} / Flickr

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has released their top vegetarian-friendly cities in North America, and Vancouver has topped the list in Canada, and we also landed sixth place  in North America, coming in behind Washington, D.C. (1st), Portland, Oregon (2nd), Albuquerque, New Mexico (3rd), Atlanta, Georgia (4th) and Seattle, Washington (5th). You can view the entire list of winners here.

Here is what PETA had to say about Vancouver:

While we had our differences with the recent Olympic Games held there, we can’t hold that against this beautiful city. Especially not while they’re serving up almond masala cakes at Organic Lives, spicy falafel wraps at Gorilla Food, and a golden rice bowl with marinated Gardein strips, mock shrimp, and sautéed tofu at Loving Hut.”

What are your favourite vegetarian restaurants in the city? Or your favourite vegetarian dish at any restaurant for that matter?