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Ask for Luigi (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Step into this cozy corner spot in Vancouver’s fringe-industrial Railtown, and go ahead, ask for Luigi. If there is a Luigi to be found, he’ll be busy tucking into plates of family-style antipasti or toothsome house-made pasta while downing a tumbler of wine poured from tap or...Read Full Story

Osteria Savio Volpe (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

If you rock up to Fraserhood’s Osteria Savio Volpe without a reservation and fate is your friend, chances are you’ll catch a seat at the sleek center bar. With a full view of the bar and salumi station,...Read Full Story

Botanist (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Newly opened in the city’s swish Pacific Rim hotel, Botanist is your go-to when you need to go posh. Grant Sceney runs the bar, and his drinks, presented in categories such as “Flowers + Trees” and “Berries + Vines,” aren’t...Read Full Story

Burdock & Co. (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

You’ll find the city’s sole all-natural wine program at Burdock & Co., a little Mount Pleasant restaurant run by Andrea Carlson, one of the pioneers of foraged cuisine in Vancouver. Last autumn, dishes like elk bavette with tomatillo-epazote chimichurri...Read Full Story

Mak N Ming (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The list isn’t large at this new Kitsilano restaurant, but wine lovers will want to make a visit to sommelier Roger Maniwa, one of the most thoughtful somms in the city. With a stint at a sake brewery in Japan and years working at local favorite Hawksworth<...Read Full Story

Café Medina (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

It’s open only breakfast through lunch, but Café Medina is a must. Slide into a banquette along the wall of windows, facing the open kitchen and the bustling barista station, and take in the scent of merguez lamb sausage...Read Full Story

St. Lawrence Restaurant (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

For many Canadians, especially the French-speaking sort, “comfort food” refers to classically French, rustically haute Quebecois dishes like tourtière, a sort of pot pie, or la choucroute garnie. At St. Lawrence, chef JC Poirier presents...Read Full Story

Vij's (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Vij’s has forever changed the discussion of Indian cuisine since its opening in 1994. Vikram Vij and his wife, Meeru Dhalwala, apply traditional Indian methods, spices and techniques to sustainably raised local produce, and present the results with wines...Read Full Story

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