You may have caught Andrew Morrison’s Waiter Blog in the Westender or even seen his name while paging through an issue of EAT or Vancouver Magazine. Now Morrison’s latest creation, Urban Diner, has become a staple of restaurant listings and reviews in this city. As such, they will be presenting the first ever Urban Diner […]
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I just caught this on TV. I know I’ve had a few glasses of wine (blame the Canucks shootout loss), but it seriously took me a couple looks to “get it”. Diamond Shreddies – Experience the Diamondness!
The smell of roasted nuts and hot chocolate mixed with exhaust is what I would experience every morning at Harvard Square T station. Sweetness combined with mechanics mmmm good morning!. A friend of ours who just recently moved to Canada from England pointed something out on her blog: One thing we have noticed, bus stations […]
The Empire Landmark is the tallest building in downtown Vancouver’s West End and its view are beyond compare. 42 storeys up, Cloud 9 restaurant serves up delicious dinners while revolving 360 degrees, offering up sights this Vancouverite has never seen before. First impressions threw me back to that lunch I once had at Toronto’s CN […]
I was passed along a link recently (via del.icio.us) for Urbanspoon, a massive website network of restaurants and food reviews from around the world. Urbanspoon is the world’s leading provider of time-critical dining data, a major division of a very important multi-national corporation, and an all-around BIG PLAYER in the multi-billion dollar restaurant information industry. […]