Foodology

Monthly Archives: May 2015

Main Street Brewing: Craft Beer in Mount Pleasant

Main Street Brewing is a bit off Main Street on E 7th Ave. You can fill up your growlers or enjoy an array of their beers. I’ve been here a few times and it’s a nice popular place to hang [...]

July 31, 2017 Brewery, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Three Beakers

R&B Brewing: Craft Beer in Mount Pleasant

R&B Brewing is located in Mount Pleasant and has been around since 1997. I came here with a few friends to try out their beer and enjoy the afternoon. Vancouver has a great craft brewery scene and R&B Brewing is [...]

July 30, 2017 Brewery, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Three Beakers

Kin Kao Thai Kitchen: Thai Iced Tea on Commercial Drive

Kin Kao Thai Kitchen is located on Commercial Drive. It’s been a very popular spot since it opened for authentic Thai cuisine. My friends and I were craving Thai Iced Tea, so we decided to meet up and have lunch [...]

July 27, 2017 Commercial Drive / Grandview, lunch, Thai, Three Beakers

Curbside Fresh Market Provides Access to Affordable, Fresh Produce in Vancouver

Vancouver Food Bank’s social enterprise – Curbside Fresh Market  is now in its fourth season. The mobile market delivers affordable, fresh, local produce to low-income, high-density communities throughout Vancouver. These locations are set up in food deserts, a term that identifies areas that [...]

July 26, 2017 British Columbia, Pop-Up Shop

Pokerrito is open on Hornby Street: Review

Pokerrito has opened their second location on Hornby and Nelson. They serve up Hawaiian poké with a Japanese twist in burritos, bowls, and salads. I was watching Wonder Woman with friends and we needed quick bite to eat before the show. [...]

July 25, 2017 Downtown, Hawaiian, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers

6 Reasons to go to a Vancouver Canadians Baseball Game

The Vancouver Canadians is a minor league baseball team, which is the Northwest League affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. Every time I go to a game, there is always something special happening at each game. It’s fun and affordable starting [...]

July 24, 2017 British Columbia, Event, travel

Nemesis Coffee: Toast in Gastown

Nemesis Coffee is located on Hastings Street right under the new SFU building. I heard they have avocado toast, so cL, Nosh & Nibble and I decided to meet up over lunch. I love meeting up with foodies and trying [...]

July 23, 2017 Bakery, Cafe, Gastown, Three Beakers

Taste of Craft: Starbucks Cold Nitro Brew Launch

Starbucks hosted Taste of Craft, a launch event for its Nitro Cold Brew at The Permanent in Downtown Vancouver. The Permanent is a beautiful venue that was transformed into a well-branded Starbucks space, with different levels and features that encouraged [...]

July 22, 2017 British Columbia, Cafe, Event

Lower Promenade Staterooms at Holland America Volendam

We went on a 7 day cruise from Vancouver to Alaska with Holland America Volendam. Our Staterooms were located on the 3rd floor of Holland America Volendam. The ship was built in 1999, so there is some age to the [...]

July 21, 2017 Alaska, Cruise

Le Cirque at Holland America Vollendam

Once per cruise, the Pinnacle Grill is transformed into the legendary Le Cirque of New York City. Ranked among the best restaurants in the world by food experts, and famous for its celebrity clientele, Le Cirque brings its French Continental [...]

July 20, 2017 Alaska, Cruise

Holland America Vollendam: Pinnacle Grill

Pinnacle Grill is a refined and luxurious dining experience aboard the Holland America Volendam 7 days to Alaska. It is open for lunch and dinner, but we opted for lunch as it is only $10 extra. It has a condensed version [...]

July 19, 2017 Alaska, Cruise

Rhinofish: Taiwanese Beef Noodles in Chinatown

Rhinofish is a Taiwanese Beef Noodle shop in Chinatown. It recently opened and I was excited because it’s hard to find good Taiwanese Beef Noodle in the area. Before they opened, they gave a few of us a sneak peek to [...]

July 18, 2017 Chinatown, Noodles, Taiwanese, Two Beakers

The Rise Eatery: Asian Fusion in Vancouver

The Rise Eatery blends the flavours of different regions around the world and say they are a globally-influenced restaurant, but a lot of the dishes feel like it’s an Asian-fusion restaurant. They are located in the South Granville neighbourhood. We [...]

July 17, 2017 Fusion, Shaughnessy

The Praguery: Chimney Cake Truck in Vancouver

I have a HUGE sweet tooth so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to try out the chimney cakes at The Praguery. It was the perfect treat after a day of writing exams (as I was wrapping up my program [...]

July 16, 2017 Dessert, Downtown, European, Food Carts

Clough Club: Brunch in Gastown

Clough Club is now offering brunch out on their patio. They serve up badass cocktails and drinks, but now you can pair it up for brunch on the weekends. We were invited to try a few of their brunch offerings [...]

July 15, 2017 Brunch, Cocktails, Gastown, Three Beakers

The Captain’s Boil Pirate Party: Celebrating the Launch of the Lobster Rolls & Lobster Bisque

The Captain’s Boil held a pirate-themed party on Toronto’s Tall Ship Kajima to celebrate the launch of their new Lobster Roll and Lobster Bisque. The ship was docked at downtown Harbourfront and attracted a lot of attention with its pirate [...]

July 14, 2017 Promotion, Seafood, Toronto

Roost: Cafe and Bistro in Strathcona

Roost Cafe and Bistro has been around for about a year in the Chinatown/Strathcona neighbourhood. I came here for lunch with a friend since we wanted to try something new close by our office. I ended up finding this place [...]

July 13, 2017 Cafe, Sandwich, Strathcona, Two Beakers

Bjornbar Bakery: Cafe in Edgemont

Bjornbar Bakery is located in Edgemont neighbourhood of North Vancouver. We wanted a cute place to have lunch after we finished the Grouse Grind. Since it was somewhat close by and heard this place was good, we made a visit [...]

July 12, 2017 Bakery, Cafe, North Vancouver, Three Beakers