St. Lawrence to Host Trio of Exclusive ‘Cabane à Sucre’ Dinners January 19, 20, 21, 2020

“Visiting the Cabane à Sucre with my family was something that I used to look forward to every year,” says Poirier, who spent his formative years in Saint-Jérôme, Quebec before embarking on his culinary career. “We want to give our guests an authentic taste of the sugar shack experience from start to finish and show why this is such a time-honoured part of our Québécois heritage.”

Origo Club Celebrates Dual Occasions at ‘The Dalmore Experience’ Dinner on January 23

The team at Origo Club will get a head start on celebrating a pair of annual occasions when it pays homage to both Robbie Burns Day and Lunar New Year by hosting an exclusive ‘The Dalmore Experience’ Dinner on Thursday, January 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Dine Out Vancouver Festival 2020

If you have a wine and food lover on your shopping list, we have a holiday gift suggestion that’s bound to be well received. Dine Out Vancouver’s The Great Big Taste on Thursday, January 16 2020 will pair bites from some of Vancouver’s top chefs with BC wine, craft beer, and spirit samples.

Third Time Freaky: The Weirdos Holiday Market is Back! Vancouver’s most unusual holiday gift event returns – bigger than ever

Having captured the imaginations of even the most jaded gift shoppers in 2017 and 2018, the Weirdos Holiday Market returns for its third edition… bigger, better, and more bizarre than ever! It takes place December 14 and 15 at The Hall at the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (154 E. 10th Avenue).

Celebrate the holiday season with Gastown’s Not-So-Silent Nights this December

This December, Gastown is bringing the holidays to life with a series of Not-So-Silent Nights. Known for its dynamic dining, vibrant nightlife and shopping, Gastown’s cobbled street will host four evenings of festivities this December 12, 13, 19 and 20.

East Van Roasters makes the nice list again with chocolate and coffee that give back df

East Van Roasters is a fully registered charity and social enterprise operated by the PHS Community Services Society, so shoppers can feel good knowing their purchases are providing meaningful employment to women living in the Downtown Eastside who are facing challenges and barriers in their lives.