Mell and Grace go for lunch break at the Glowbal Group’s Nosh, a popular spot for downtown Vancouver’s worker bees.
We’d both been to Calabash before and loved their vibe, especially their live music sessions happening on the lower level. But we’ve never had their brunch. And Mell’s never tried the famous Dark ‘n’ Stormy that Grace never shuts up about. It’s time to get what we came for. Even though it’s only 10:30am.
After our tasting at Commodity, we were feeling like some… heartier food. The nice thing is that Fraser Street is crawling with great places to eat. Everywhere. Marsha was down for Mexican but Sal y Limon was full AF, so we tried Los Cuervos, which was right across the street. They’ve got a pretty big taco … Continue reading Los Cuervos
“Where should we go eat?” “What haven’t we had in a while?” “Pizza.” So that’s how this one happened. Kraeme graciously joined us because WHO DOESN’T LOVE PIZZA.
Mell and Grace trek outside of Vancouver to Coquitlam to try Sushi K Kamizato, which mixes rock ‘n’ roll and an amazing selection of sashimi.
How is this our first time at Wildebeest? God, we must be amateurs or something. It’s in this sexy refurbished 19th century building on West Hastings that nurtures farm-to-table practices, all local. Sooo yeah, count us in on that mentality.
Mell and Grace meet Jamjar’s chef and enjoy some of the best Lebanese food in Vancouver.
Mell and Grace visit Belgard Kitchen for an after-work bevy, some squid ink, and steak, because MEAT.
Mell and Grace meet up with other Zomato foodies at Sandbar, a seafood restaurant on Granville island.
Dragonhead take Mell and Grace to a no-MSG pho place. #MindBlown