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8 travel features tagged “Food & Drink”

Canada’s creative island escape

A trip to the tranquil Southern Gulf Islands is one of the most popular ways to tap into a chilled-out British Columbia vibe.
Read more… 07 August 2013


Localites

Roll up for Vancouver’s revamped night market

Change is in the air at the Chinatown Night Market as new food trucks meet hip-hop karaoke and a Street Fighter II tournament in a thick slice of local hipsterdom.
Read more… 21 May 2013


Localites

Vancouver’s Gastown revitalisation gathers pace

A new deli/restaurant is the latest in a rash of recent openings in the wider Downtown Eastside, a district that was once labelled Canada’s poorest postal code.
Read more… 13 February 2013


Vancouver’s 100-mile food trail

Local food and drink providers have dedicated themselves to Canada’s local ingredient movement, offering visitors and residents a full and sustainable menu of West Coast flavours.
Read more… 04 February 2013


Localites

Vancouver’s small-batch beer revolution

A sudsy wave of new microbreweries and even-smaller nanobreweries have opened in the Canadian city in recent months.
Read more… 16 January 2013


Vancouver’s thriving alternative nightlife scene

Western Canada’s largest city has some unusual substitutes to drinking at the bar, from a letter writing club that uses antique typewriters to monthly ukulele jam sessions.
Read more… 09 May 2012


Canada’s wine scene is taking root

British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is benefiting from the warmer temperatures that threaten other wine regions and is producing bottles that rival the big guys.
Read more… 14 November 2011


Localites

Drinking in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district

Gastown’s once-dodgy bar scene – where cheap beer was served with fist-fights – is now the city’s best, with more than a dozen watering holes.
Read more… 26 April 2011


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