A golf course may not be the first place you think of when you are considering where to go out for breakfast. Make an exception for Westward Ho! at UBC golf course. Excellent food is complimented by the service and setting of a high class breakfast spot – all for around $10-$12 a meal. Continue reading
Don’t know about you, but when I think of a ‘hole in the wall’ pub, I get the impression of a greasy, run down joint full of old men drinking cheap beer in silence. Maybe that’s because I was once in a pub in Ireland called ‘The Hole in the Wall,’ which was e a greasy, run down joint full of old men drinking cheap beer in silence.
Nevertheless, Elwood’s on Broadway in Kitsilano may be a small hole in the wall kinda place, but it fits none of that stereotype. Tasteful decoration and a young crowd go along with good food and great beer is a lot better than old men in a decrepit beer parlour. Continue reading
Next time you get out of the Cambie and Broadway Canada Line station, take a look at the little fruit and vegetable store next door. It’s the kind of place that you could walk by a hundred times without noticing; in fact, you might have – I know I did. But next time, look inside. Continue reading
Today, I’m going to let you in on one of Vancouver’s great secrets: The Cheese Place (1976). It is absolutely the best place to buy cheese in Vancouver. One taste and you’ll forever swear off supermarket brand cheddar. Continue reading
The Coppertank is a popular Kitsilano watering hole, on West Broadway. Large, wooden tables line the edges of the one room pub, with the bar lying at the centre. The unique setup works – sitting at one of the tables, you never feel like someone is watching you from behind. Because, well, they aren’t. Continue reading