A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
Art and audacious food collide for a peak dining experience in Whistler this summer, while in the Okanagan’s Golden Mile, one winery restaurant continues to set a “gold” standard.
A major—and meaty—event is coming back to Vancouver and Victoria this fall and, in Osoyoos, one restaurant is honouring the local histories and stories of the Indigenous Peoples of the region.
In the heart of Osoyoos, a famed resort gets a new restaurant with a new look, a new menu, and a new bar program, and in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a local café and baker have partnered to offer up some amazing treats that celebrate Vietnamese and Filipino flavours and give back to the community.
In Coal Harbour, a popular café and bakery gets an elegant update. And, later, we’ll hear how a new neighbourhood spot is brightening up a busy corner in East Van with local goods and some killer sandwiches.
A new restaurant in the West End continues to expand despite pandemic-related restrictions, and, in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, a local diner launches a new type of picnic to go.
Restaurants are back open for dine-in and the province is gradually lifting restrictions, but now the hospitality industry is facing another challenge—staffing. Restaurants are scrambling to find staff and the challenge is heightened by the fact that the last year has seen a large number of workers leave the industry entirely. And, later, we hear how four Chinese restaurants have become game changers for a traditional milieu.
After 15 years of producing wines with a twist, one local Okanagan winery is celebrating the Nostalgia with a new name, new look and new wines. And, in Yaletown, a new store is filling a niche demand.
A family-run Okanagan winery is celebrating a decade of making great wine and, in East Van, sandwiches, specifically subs, are getting a modern—and tasty—makeover.
A global pandemic may not seem like a great time to launch a brand-new restaurant at a high-end hotel, but that’s just what’s happening at one local property in downtown Vancouver, and it looks like this will be a Shangri-La summer for us all.