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 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
Climbing a mountain is great for hangovers. A large group of us decided to do just that early Sunday morning. On an overcast and crisp day, summiting the bleak rock felt THAT much cooler. Needing to replenish what we’d burned off, we decided to hit up Pho Tan on Main St. We ordered tea straight away … Continue reading Pho Tan
Mell and Grace visit Ora Sushi, the newest incarnation of Mega Sushi, in Steveston.
Mell and Grace try Heirloom’s vegetarian menu and fall in love with the tacos. It’s always the damn tacos.
Mell and Grace grab a few sushi-loving friends and try out Kiriri in Richmond.
Mell and Grace go for a donut run at Cartems.
Mell and Grace try some deep-fried vegan goodness at Meet on Main.