Dine Out Vancouver is on once again! This year’s festival started on Friday, and runs until Sunday, February 3rd. This is a great chance to go a little opulent and get a 3 course meal for a decent price. Even if it’s a bit more than you’d usually spend on a meal, it’s worth it. Continue reading
Underneath the Granville Street Bridge, with just False Creek separating it from downtown, lies Granville Island. At one time, it was filled with warehouses and industries; now, it is covered with artists’ studios, coffee shops and a massive public market.
You can easily spend the better part of a day wandering the narrow alleys finding everything from a famous microbrewery to a shop specializing in hammocks to yacht sales offices. Continue reading
One of the things I love about Vancouver is that every neighbourhood has its own little grocery shops with the most unique and interesting merchandise. You don’t need to go to the big supermarkets to find what you need and you’ll often find better prices and selection at your local grocer. Continue reading
Next time you’re looking for somewhere to have breakfast in Vancouver, skip right past the Denny’s. Do yourself, and the rest of us, a favour by supporting one of the many great independent breakfast spots here in our city. Continue reading
Nanaimo is only a short ferry ride from Vancouver (from either Horseshoe Bay or Tsawwassen), and is a great place to get away from the city, without giving up the convenience of, you know, being in the city. Continue reading