DessertEarnest Ice Cream


Earnest Ice Cream started from humble beginnings as a pedal powered mobile ice cream freezer showing up at local farmer’s markets and festivals, to distribution at select Vancouver retailers, to finally opening their own scoop shop on the East side on Fraser street.


№ 8495


5 star

99 BottlesBomber Brewing ESB


East Vancouver’s latest microbrew, Bomber Brewing drops an ESB that pours a dark amber with tall head, hints of chocolate malt and a sharp, bitter finish that lingers for a bit.

№ 8598

Out of TownKenny and Zuke’s Delicatessen


So you happen to be in downtown Portland and you have a sudden craving for a pastrami sandwich. You might, then, find yourself on the doorsteps of Kenny and Zuke’s Delicatessen on Southwest Stark Street jockeying for table space.


№ 8589


3 star

99 BottlesDriftwood Naughty Hildegard


Driftwood Brewery drops their seasonal ESB bomb christened the Naughty Hildegard: a deep orange hue with big hoppy taste; smooth and bitter sweet.

№ 8570

DinnerD Roti Shak


New Westminster’s D Roti Shak is among a small handful of Caribbean restaurants in the Metro Vancouver area. This Trinidadian outfit serves up uniquely West Indian dishes less familiar to the West Coast including such island treats as Doubles, Phulourie and their namesake dish: the Roti.


№ 8440


4 star