The Diner Vancouver: great eats, great cause

The Diner Vancouver: great eats, great cause

With an aim to provide more choices for senior dining, Meals on Wheels People (MOWP) recently branched out into unknown territory and the response has been encouraging.

Taking over a former Arctic Circle building, MOWP launched their foray into the restaurant business back in February. Julie Piper-Finley, director of marketing for MOWP, confirmed that The Diner Vancouver is the first of its kind in the country…

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Syrup Trap an homage to family, travel and impeccable service

Syrup Trap an homage to family, travel and impeccable service

A thick Belgian waffle piled high with strawberries and whipped cream is the stuff of childhood memories. All that was left when mom set it in front of you like a Christmas gift was to top it off with a generous layer of sweet maple syrup. 

As adults we have a tendency to shy away from these decadent morning treats but one waffle advocate is balancing sweet with savory at his new venture, Syrup Trap, in downtown Vancouver…

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Simple elegance found at C’est La Vie French Café & Crêperie

Simple elegance found at C’est La Vie French Café & Crêperie

C’est La Vie French Café & Crêperie is the sum of its owner’s experiences. Keri Buhman, who holds a diploma from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust and worked as a sommelier in the Maldives, fell in love with crêpes and mimosas during her time spent in New Zealand and Australia.

When the 2011 Christchurch earthquake literally leveled all that she had, Buhman returned to the Pacific Northwest and set about rebuilding her life. Out of the rubble was born C’est La Vie...

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