Vancouver New Year’s Resolutions for 2022 You’ll Want to Keep

Biking on the seawall in Vancouver

Biking on the seawall at English Bay. Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Cycle City Tours

Make your New Year’s Resolutions fun this year with some #VeryVancouver goals for 2022: Hike every month of the year, eat delicious food, take in a film, and lots more. You won’t have trouble committing to doing the things that make our beautiful city unique.

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Vancouver New Year’s Resolutions for 2022 You’ll Want to Keep

[CLOSED] WIN TICKETS to an exclusive Dim Sum Chinatown Tour

Win tickets to intimately explore Historical Chinatown (and its food) as part of an exclusive tour by Canadian Craft, only offered during Dine Out Vancouver Festival. Continue reading:
[CLOSED] WIN TICKETS to an exclusive Dim Sum Chinatown Tour

Dim Sum (with a twist) Comes to Yaletown

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For a while now, tapas – little plates of food you nibble and share – have been big in Vancouver.  But, long before tapas ever came to the city, we had dim sum.  As much a social experience as a meal, dim sum involves sampling from dozens of different bite-sized Chinese dishes, usually served in small, bamboo steamer baskets.

Filled with everything from shrimp dumplings to fried radish cakes, the steaming baskets are wheeled out on a rolling cart that makes the rounds through the restaurant.  If you see something  you like, you just flag it down.

There are literally hundreds of Chinese restaurants serving dim sum in Vancouver.  In fact, for many people, sitting down to a weekend dim sum is the culinary highlight of the week:  It’s cheap, the food is authentic and, when you get down to it, it’s like a buffet that comes right to your table.   Options are plentiful in Chinatown, along Main and Fraser Streets and in Richmond and Burnaby.  But there hasn’t been a great dim sum place in Yaletown.

Until now.
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Dim Sum (with a twist) Comes to Yaletown