10 Places to Enjoy Happy Hour in Vancouver

Photo: Stock & Supply

Vancouver restaurants have embraced happy hour, offering affordable high-quality bites and drinks while facilitating a convivial atmosphere.

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10 Places to Enjoy Happy Hour in Vancouver

A Taste Tour on Transit with Dine the Line

For an environment-friendly eating adventure, choosing to go car-free and hopping using transit is an easy and sustainable way to explore the city, find new restaurants and bars, and chow down on different kinds of cuisine in Vancouver and beyond.  Continue reading:
A Taste Tour on Transit with Dine the Line

Taste Vancouver’s Vibrant Culinary Offerings on a Food Tour

Photo: Taste Vancouver Food Tours (North Vancouver’s Shipyards District)

Vancouver has such an abundance of delicious and diverse food options that it can be hard to decide what to try on any given day. One solution is to take part in a food tour, led by culinary insiders who will take you to the best spots in the city for eating and drinking.

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Taste Vancouver’s Vibrant Culinary Offerings on a Food Tour

Where to Feast on Delicious Indian Cuisine in Vancouver

Photo: Vaades The Indian Restaurant

The Michelin Guide just released its list of Vancouver restaurants with stars, Bib Gourmands, and recommendations, confirming the exemplary quality and breadth of this city’s dining scene—including Indian cuisine. Continue reading:
Where to Feast on Delicious Indian Cuisine in Vancouver

5 Ways to Enjoy Vancouver’s Diverse Chinese Cuisine

Mott 32; Photo: Leila Kwok

Vancouver has been lauded as having the best Chinese food in North America. With the city’s vibrant Chinese population as well as its Pacific Rim location, Vancouver has a long history of Chinese cuisine, one that continues to evolve.

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5 Ways to Enjoy Vancouver’s Diverse Chinese Cuisine

Head to the Farmer’s Market This Winter in Vancouver

Vegetables at a farmers' market

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With cooler weather on the way, many of Vancouver’s farmers’ markets are done for the year. But don’t worry: you can keep shopping for local veggies, baked goods, crafts, and artisan products all winter at these local farmers’ markets.

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Head to the Farmer’s Market This Winter in Vancouver

10 Frightfully Fun Things to Do for Halloween in Vancouver

Lost Souls of Gastown Tour; Photo: Joel Schatt

With the changing autumnal leaves and the gradually darkening days, Vancouver is the ideal city to celebrate Halloween. Various events around town invite you to dress up in your most ghoulish costume, sip coffin-themed cocktails, take the kids out trick-or-treating, and generally get in the Halloween spirit.

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10 Frightfully Fun Things to Do for Halloween in Vancouver