Cooking & Recipes
... with some help from Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger.
The restaurant festival Taste of Yaletown returns October 18 through 28—and we've got three gift cards burning a hole in our pocket.
Edmonds Appliances and the Dirty Apron’s Chef David Robertson share how to bring home Vancouver’s hottest food trends.
Our judges put some seasonal favourites to the test.
It's a wine bar, so it's got to have an amazing wine list, right?
Winemaker Taylor Whelan ushers in a new age of cutting edge production.
News & Events
Check out Balkan tunes, eclectic dances and a cowboy-themed boobyball.
VanMag sits down with Caylee Raber, director of Emily Carr's Health Design Lab, to find out exactly how thoughtful design can reinvent the health-care experience for the better.
The hottest food festival in the city is less than a month away.
This seaside village offers solitude and scenery on the Sunshine Coast.
An hour and a half outside Vancouver, charming Chilliwack is booming with outdoor adventures, gourmet finds and family fun
Situated 16 miles north of Seattle, Lynnwood offers families a magical holiday getaway with the bonus of great shopping, beautiful scenery and easy access to all the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Show off your hometown pride with these go-to layering pieces designed in Vancouver.
From ’80s mania to Western wear, fall 2018’s hottest trends are born to be wild and free.
Let there be light!
Restaurant Awards Judge Lee Man takes us on a journey to his fave Vietnamese spot.
We put their expert palates to the test.
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It's here! Our 29th annual celebration of the best restaurants in the city.
St. Lawrence brings home Québécois comfort food—and a pair of Gold medal wins.
Chef Alex Chen employs precision and creativity in equal measure.
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At Grapes and Soda, Satoshi Yonemori brings fresh, innovative flavours behind the bar.
As wine director for the city's Fairmont hotels, Jill Spoor has immeasurable influence over how we interact with wine.
They're the hosts, servers, sommeliers and bartenders that can make a dining experience truly magic.
He may already own three Okanagan wineries, but this innovative proprietor is just getting started.
These neighbourhood spots offer great food—and an insight into the locals who live there.
With its homestyle Québécois cooking, JC Poirier's St. Lawrence won judges' (and Vancouverites') hearts this year.
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