Nuba Introduces New Meal/Grocery Kits

Fans of Nuba’s modern Middle Eastern cuisine can now enjoy its signature favourites in a variety of new ways thanks to newly introduced take-out, curbside pick-up, and direct delivery options. Continue reading:
Nuba Introduces New Meal/Grocery Kits

Vancouver’s Local Foodie Experts are Now Delivering Granville Island Public Market to You

These days, we all have to practice responsible social distancing. So, while Vancouver Foodie Tours have paused their live experience, they have introduced the Granville Island Foodie Delivery to bring the tastes, scents and magic of Vancouver’s world-famous Public Market right into your home. Continue reading:
Vancouver’s Local Foodie Experts are Now Delivering Granville Island Public Market to You

Experience ‘Vancouver after dark’—vicariously

Last fall, local imprint Arsenal Pulp Press published Vancouver After Dark. The fifth book by Vancouver historian Aaron Chapman, VAD  explores the bygone days of local nightclubs, bars, and drunken reckonings. Through interviews with participants and a trove of never-before-seen images, Chapman evokes exactly the sort of thing we used to take for granted—going out for a drink with friends, new or old.

Considering none of us is going anywhere for awhile, we thought this would be a good time to talk to Chapman—whose myriad other hats include musician and live-music facilitator—about writing the B.C. bestseller, what he discovered along the way, and why every generation thinks no one ever had it so good.

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Experience ‘Vancouver after dark’—vicariously

Vancouver Restaurants Open for Takeout

With all restaurants closed for in-house dining, it’s time to support them with take-out. Here’s the low down on who’s offering collection-only and available delivery options. Continue reading:
Vancouver Restaurants Open for Takeout

Launch of Vancouver Food and Beverage Community Relief Fund

With Vancouver restaurants now closed for dining in and all bars/clubs shuttered entirely, establishments are financially suffering, many forced to lay off their employees.

While some government support is coming, workers’ immediate concerns still need to be addressed.

To respond to this dire situation, those in the industry have set up a charitable initiative and are appealing to the public for help.

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Launch of Vancouver Food and Beverage Community Relief Fund

How to Support Vancouver Restaurants Without Dining In

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, Vancouver restaurants are being hit hard. In a show of solidarity, the hospitality industry is banding together with an initiative aimed to encourage support with non-dine in suggestions.

Even though you are adhering to social distancing and not eating in restaurants, you may still want to support a Vancouver restaurant, or enjoy at home some of the delicious food that this city’s establishments have to offer. Here’s how:

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How to Support Vancouver Restaurants Without Dining In

Canada’s Largest Spirit Event Returns to Vancouver

Fans of local artisan distilleries can celebrate! One of their favourite events of the year is fast approaching.

The quality and variety of spirits made in BC are increasing exponentially. Here’s your chance to sample many of these excellent products.

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Canada’s Largest Spirit Event Returns to Vancouver