Jessica is a writer, editor and recovering Torontonian living in Vancouver. She works in PR for SMC Communications, and prior to that, she was the Vancouver City Editor for Yellow Pages. On the weekends she enjoys sweating it out at Tight Club in East Van, shopping for home decor treasures along South Granville and nibbling on cheese plates while knocking back craft cocktails in Gastown.
Tourism Vancouver’s Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event will see some of the city’s top restaurants serving mouth-watering prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner. If you’re looking for a kid-approved spot with a casual atmosphere and plenty of choices for picky eaters, book a table at these family-friendly restaurants. [Photo courtesy of Bufala]
Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary festival will see some of the city’s hottest restaurants serving an array of mouth-watering prix-fixe menus. If you want to take your significant other for a special meal, plan a date night at one of these romantic eateries. [Photo courtesy of Boulevard/Leila Kwok]
Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event provides foodies with a great opportunity to eat at Vancouver’s most acclaimed restaurants for less. If you want an upscale meal in an elegant setting, these high-end spots deliver a great bang for your buck. [Photo courtesy of YEW Seafood + Bar]
Tuck into classic and contemporary Chinese cuisine at these Vancouver eateries. [Photo courtesy of Heritage Asian Eatery/Amy Ho]
Nothing warms you up on a cold winter’s night quite like a boozy mixed drink. From mulled wine to hot toddies to Irish coffees, these Vancouver restaurants serve up hot cocktails that’ll have you feeling toasty in no time. [Photo courtesy of Yellow Pages]
It’s decorative gourd season y’all! The changing seasons are an ideal time to spruce up your interior with festive fall decor. If you’re dreaming of harvest-themed table runners, planter boxes filled with sunflowers and pumpkin-scented candles, it’s time to log off Pinterest and head to these local home decor stores to shop for autumnal accessories. [Photo credit:]
When you’re trying to figure out what to wear for a theme party, there’s nothing better than finding a creative shop with an inspiring selection of dress-up gear. Whether you’re looking for a spooky, sexy or silly ensemble, these Vancouver costume stores can help you transform your look with out-of-the-ordinary apparel and accessories. [Photo credit: DragonImages]
Tired of turkey? Sick of stuffing? Why not mix it up this holiday weekend and celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family in a not-so-traditional setting. From Spanish tapas to seafood to spaghetti, we’ve got plenty of inspiring ideas for folks who are looking for an alternative to the usual turkey dinner. [Photo courtesy of Cuchillo]
The Vancouver International Film Festival returns to the city from September 28th to October 13th. If you plan on catching a few internationally acclaimed films during the festival, be sure to satiate yourself properly beforehand. Here are a few of our favourite spots to eat around Vancity Theatre. Lights, camera, action!
The Vancouver Fringe Festival returns to the city from September 7 to 17 and Granville Island is the main spot for this year’s event. The festival box office and most of the main stage venues are all located on the Island. With numerous restaurants, a Public Market and nightly food trucks, there are plenty of spots to grab a drink or a bite to eat before, after or in between shows. [Photo courtesy of Dockside Restaurant]
Looking for some authentic Mediterranean eats in Vancouver? These neighbourhood eateries are serving up some mouthwatering European fare throughout the city. Opa! [Photo credit: iStock.Anna Bryukhanova]
’Tis the season for colourful foliage, cozy sweaters and pumpkin-spiced lattes. The best way to take advantage of the fall harvest period is to head out of town to a local farm to enjoy wagon rides, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and apple picking. If you’re planning an afternoon of autumnal family fun, check out these country farms near Vancouver.
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