Canada Day: Mamie Taylor’s Hosts RibFest 2017

  Eighth annual battle of the BBQs pits Vancouver’s top grill masters against each other for the coveted RibFest Cup   Calling all BBQ fans! RibFest 2017, the eighth annual ribs competition, will heat things up on Canada Day (Saturday, July 1) at Mamie Taylor’s in Chinatown, sponsored by Strange Fellows Brewing and Parkside Brewery and Mount Gay Rum.   … Read moreCanada Day: Mamie Taylor’s Hosts RibFest 2017

NEWEST RAILTOWN COUNTER-SERVICE CAFE NOW OPEN AT 1691 MAIN STREET

  New Olympic Village Neighbourhood Location Features Licensed Seating for 25 and Railtown’s Trademark Menu of Gourmet Sandwiches, Pastries, Build-Your-Own Salad Bar   Railtown Cafe has opened the doors of its newest location, debuting a 1,185-square-foot licensed cafe at 1691 Main Street in Vancouver’s Olympic Village neighbourhood. Open throughout the week from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. … Read moreNEWEST RAILTOWN COUNTER-SERVICE CAFE NOW OPEN AT 1691 MAIN STREET

AND MAIN MAKES THREE: NEWEST RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN AT 1691 MAIN ST. ON APRIL 17

   New Location Brings Railtown’s Trademark Menu of Gourmet Sandwiches, Pastries and Build-Your-Own Salad Bar to Vancouver’s Olympic Village Neighbourhood   Railtown Cafe will launch the latest stop on its expanding railroad map of counter-service restaurants with the debut of a new 25-seat licensed cafe located at 1691 Main Street in Vancouver’s Olympic Village neighbourhood on Monday, April 17. Open … Read moreAND MAIN MAKES THREE: NEWEST RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN AT 1691 MAIN ST. ON APRIL 17

Railtown Cafe in full swing at newest location at 968 Howe Street

  After a soft launch in December Railtown Cafe is in full swing and deservedly very popular with the locals. Located at 968 Howe Street, just off Nelson Street, Railtown Cafe is a welcome addition to the area which previously has not been known as a culinary hot spot. Judging by the crowds that descend … Read moreRailtown Cafe in full swing at newest location at 968 Howe Street

RAILTOWN TO DOWNTOWN: FIRST OF THREE NEW COUNTER-SERVICE LOCATIONS NOW OPEN AT 968 HOWE ST.

  Newest Outpost for Railtown Cafe Offers Signature Handmade Sandwiches, Build-Your-Own Salad Bar, Pastries and Licensed Seating for 45 It’s full steam ahead for Railtown Cafe as the popular counter-service restaurant has officially opened the doors on the first of three new cafe locations at 968 Howe Street in the heart of downtown Vancouver. With the original … Read moreRAILTOWN TO DOWNTOWN: FIRST OF THREE NEW COUNTER-SERVICE LOCATIONS NOW OPEN AT 968 HOWE ST.

#FridayFavourites – what to do May 27 – June 2

  Lillooet Outdoors Festival May 27 – 28   Blue Grouse Welcomes the World to Vancouver Island   Marquis Wine Cellars invites you to … SYNCHROMESH   EAT AND COOK GOOD FOOD   Roll up your sleeves and let’s start baking!   HOT TOWN, SUMMER IN THE CITY: RAILTOWN CAFE ANNOUNCES 2016 DATES FOR ITS … Read more#FridayFavourites – what to do May 27 – June 2

Railtown Cafe Opens for Saturday Service April 2

WEEKEND WARRIORS: RAILTOWN CAFE ADDS SATURDAY SERVICE TO ITS DAILY CHEF-DRIVEN LINEUP STARTING THIS SPRING Railtown to Host Customer Appreciation Day on April 2, Partial Proceeds From Half-Price Salads, Sandwiches Donated to Charity Already well established as a popular weekday hotspot thanks to its unique brand of fresh, made-from-scratch comfort food, Railtown Cafe will expand its chef-driven lineup to include … Read moreRailtown Cafe Opens for Saturday Service April 2

Railtown District Comes Alive for Five Exclusive Streetside Barbecue Feasts

  MEAT AND GREET: BARBECUE CHAMPION RAILTOWN CAFE ADDS SIZZLE TO SUMMER WITH SATURDAY TAILGATE BARBECUE SERIES The grillmasters at Railtown Cafe are set to prove that where there’s smoke there’s fire, hosting a series of five streetside Tailgate Barbecue events at their fun and funky cafe in the heart of Vancouver’s historic Railtown District on select Saturdays this summer season. Kicking off June … Read moreRailtown District Comes Alive for Five Exclusive Streetside Barbecue Feasts

A different type of food and wine experience

  Off the Eaten Track; A different type of food and wine experience in the city and a chance to get to know not only my camera a bit better, but to meet some like minded individuals and explore a few unique spots in Vancouver. This was also a part of Dine Out but with … Read moreA different type of food and wine experience