A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
A local not-for-profit is offering multiple scholarships for women and those identifying as female in the hospitality, culinary and related industries; and we look at what’s new and upcoming in the restaurant scene.
The ongoing, and sometimes last-minute, restrictions in the hospitality industry have impacted jobs and businesses across the province. Hear about the impacts, both past and potential, and what to expect in the coming months.
One of the city’s most loved family diners has a new space and an expanded menu; and there’s still time to choose a good bubbly for NYE. Curious what to pair with that bubbly? We go over all the options.
A Commercial Drive bakery is spicing up the holidays and downtown’s most beloved breakfast and brunch spot has expanded to after-dark dining.
The holidays are fast approaching and with less than two weeks left, people are scrambling to find good—and safe—gifts for loved ones. How about cookies? And with more people turning to delivery services, one company has created a loyal following for its forward-thinking and local-supporting approach.
You’ve heard of wine and cheese, but beer and cheese? Main Street Brewing is running a holiday drive this month to benefit underprivileged kids and Les Amis du Fromage is stocking up on all your favourite creams, blues and accompanying bites. Perfect pairings are guaranteed.
A new local brewery creates a food menu that defies definition; and cocktail kits for the holidays will make those Zoom parties just about bearable.
Restaurants are facing challenges on multiple fronts, from loss of revenue and staff, to outrageous delivery fees and the physical, emotional and mental toll on their staff. Some restaurant owners have come up with innovative solutions and supportive initiatives.
Two new restaurants are offering up classic comfort, but with innovative twists that encompass Korean, northern Chinese and other disparate and delicious flavours.