Living in Berlin is epic but when it comes to Chinese food, Vancouver still wins. So when Kebin was back, one of his asks was to have some Chinese food. And we’d never say no to Chinese food. Mell had a work party that same day so luckily Kebin picked her up (drunk, of course) from … Continue reading Dinesty Dumpling House
We hadn’t had brunch in a while, and Sunday brunch was calling our names. Well, morning mimosas and caesars, to be specific. And Tuc just happened to have both. How… fortuitous.
After our outing at Virtuous Pie, the five of us still had a hankering for a bit of meat—err, food. Well, meat for the boys. So we turned around the corner (HOW CONVENIENT) to pay Juke a visit.
Kebin was back in town for a few precious weeks, so we had to stuff in a few foodie dates. Kebin is also a big meat-eater, so we had to be a bit… sneaky about taking him here. To Virtuous Pie. A vegan pizza place. Heh… heh… heh…
This is a historic (well, historic in FU-land) post. For the first time ever, Grace picked a vegetarian place for us to try. Without any convincing, cajoling, or nudging. G: Did I just suggest The Arbor M: … Wow you actually did. G: You have taught me well.
It’d been a looong time coming. About a month, to be exact. That’s how long it took to get reservations at Savio Volpe for a decent dinner time. To say we were hyped was an understatement.
Things to do before you die: drive the Oregon/California coastline. It’s breathtaking, trust us. We woke up early to start the day’s drive—and let’s just say the complimentary breakfast at our motel wasn’t cutting it. We drove through cloudy San Simeon and noticed that The Ragged Point Inn has a restaurant. Hans: Breakfast anyone? Everyone: YES. And … Continue reading Ragged Point Cafe – San Simeon
Sometimes, you come across some mythical names that you feel compelled to file away for… someday. Names of faraway cities to visit, rockstars to stalk… but for us, these seemed to often be the names of restaurants. Pok Pok was one such restaurant. There were five of us, so we could taste a pretty wide range … Continue reading Pok Pok – Portland
It was a cold, rainy Friday night. In Vancouver, this basically means good effing luck finding a decent restaurant for dinner without having to wait an hour. And if you’re looking for better-than-decent, you’ll probably want to make that a two-hour wait. Which is why we were absolutely floored when we discovered that Fable Diner had room for … Continue reading Fable Diner
After viewing this year’s winners in the Best of the Georgia Staight, Mell was surprised she’d never heard of Nightingale on the foodie wires. So curious, in fact, that she messaged Grace right away. “You down if I book us for some resos at this restaurant?” “Uh, YES. Is that even a question?”