Zoe Grams is a marketing professional and writer, originally from Scotland and now exploring the wilds – and metropolis – of Vancouver, BC. An avid reader, she works with authors and publishers across North America through ZG Communications. When she’s not working, Zoe travels as much as possible, watches theatre, and natters to friends over craft cocktails whenever possible.
Who doesn’t love the refreshing blend of zesty lime and tequila? As patio season fast approaches, these vibrant spots throughout Vancouver offer creative and classic margaritas for summer sipping. [Image credit: iStock.com/mitchellpictures]
Relaxing, chic or a rollicking good time, Vancouver’s Kitsilano is home to a vast array of watering holes. If you’re looking for discounted food and drinks to put you in a good mood, here are some of the neighbourhood’s best Happy Hours on offer throughout the week. [Image credit: iStock.com/microgen]
Famous for its yoga mats, health food joints and beach-loving atmosphere, Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood is an ideal place to nosh on tasty vegetarian fare. Check out these veggie-friendly spots next time you’re searching for a meat-free meal in this wholesome ’hood. [Image credit: iStock.com/Xsandra]
From cucumber sandwiches to modern day pastries, these cafés offer the finest afternoon tea service in Vancouver.
A popular form of entertainment in Japan that’s recently made its way to Canada, these challenging escape rooms in Metro Vancouver provide brief adventures and brainteasers aplenty. If you’re looking for an exciting indoor activity for a rainy day, these local spots are immersive, interactive and will definitely keep you guessing.
Between 15th and 19th Avenues, Vancouver’s Cambie Village is host to a wide range of dining destinations that are sure to satisfy any taste. From flamenco bars to Belgian beer halls to vegetarian delights, check out some of the neighbourhood’s best culinary gems.
When you require a stylish white shirt, a dress that will take you from office to evening, or a sharp suit with a twist, these Vancouver clothing boutiques provide affordable and on-trend sartorial solutions. Why not dress up your regular 9-to-5 routine with a few new staples for your work wardrobe.
The cooler, younger sibling to Vancouver’s trendy Gastown neighbourhood, Railtown is bursting with new cafés, restaurants and tasty gems to explore. Visit these locations for a lunchtime pick-me-up and to sample some of the city’s most delicious fresh food from independent suppliers. [Railtown Cafe photo credit: Jelger + Tanja Photographers]
As more and more professionals work from home, or in shared office spaces, it’s essential to have your own go-to spot for meetings. If you’re looking for an inspiring spot in Vancouver to get down to business, here are the best coffee shops and hidden spaces for productive conversations.
Stinky, salty, creamy, crumbly: Vancouver has access to a plethora of quality cheese from across the globe through multiple cheese mongers and specialty stores where you can discover some of the most unusual – and delicious – dairy products around.
The adorable seaside town of Steveston in Richmond feels like a relic from a time gone by. Discover some of the most adorable, stylish and mesmerizing shops in the village.
You don’t need to travel to the Okanagan to try delicious B.C. wines. Drive less than an hour from Vancouver to Langley and Fort Langley to find some of the Lower Mainland’s best hidden treasures for your wine cellar, or simply enjoy an afternoon of discovery. [Image courtesy of Backyard Vineyards]
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