On International Women’s Day I’m sharing just a few words about each of the fabulous women we work with, so you can get to know the women behind the products we represent.
Going into its third year this event is becoming an October tradition in Victoria. Please join us for another great celebration of German food and delicious craft beer.
In a project collaboration with Destination BC, BC Craft Brewers Guild, and Sunshine Coast Tourism, I'm stoked to share that I'm going to be working on this project for the October launch. Here's a sneak peak at what we're up to with the BC Ale Trail.
Ice cream, Fan Tan Alley, and Brunch at OLO in focus for June's edition of Side Dish in Monday Magazine.
Gearing up for summer road trips and adventures is one part where to go – and in my case – two parts where to eat. I hit the road and found plenty of gems for you to check out here on the Island, in Vancouver and in the Okanagan.
With three waterfront patios, craft beer brewing on site, and a team dedicated to local food since 1984, Spinnakers Brewpub is an easy pick for best brunch.
At Northern Quarter Sunday brunch is served from 10 - 2, when the skylight fills the room with light, and the sparkling wine and mimosas are flowing.
The sun is out and we can almost taste the local strawberries. While I don’t generally like to wish time away, when local berries are looming, and our peach tree is in bloom, visions of shortcakes dance in my head.
Vancouver International Wine Festival, Victoria Beer Week, my first Empire Donut. All around, it’s been a pretty great few weeks.
A simple concept the Big Wheel Burger team has taken great care mastering, they've turned fast food into a great modern dining experience.
I am no longer subjecting you to the LinkedIn model, and I’ll add you to my “professional network” in a way that actually give us both some bloody value. Because there's too much awesome to waste time on the things that aren't.
More than 50 craft breweries from around BC will be in town talking about our craft scene and why it rocks.
Spring is almost here and there are some great new BC ciders to drink, or convert to doughnuts, cakes and cocktails.
In Vancouver this weekend March 4th - 6th, back for it’s third year, is Salt Spring in the City, a curated pop-up village market held at Heritage Hall at 15th & Main.
With three locations, The Village Estevan, Royal Oak, and Torquay are local gems taking all-day breakfast by storm.
February is for love. Or snow, or Mexico, or longing for summer berries – whichever you prefer.
While I’m still wiping Christmas cookie crumbs off my face, I’m not going to tell you about juice bars, granola and salads because there’s plenty of other things you can read that will.
Sangria isn't just for summer patios.
This is my favourite fall and winter cake so far. I started daydreaming about it in September.
My very favourite shops in Victoria, and where I fell in love.
This gorgeous bright space feels like a piece of Europe.
This beautiful new space downtown feels like a bustling Californian cafe that's been here all along.
Holiday shopping looms. Port Renfrew calls.
A kiosk startup with a romantic twist, and three locations around town.
One of the city's best hidden gems, just off the beaten path in Fernwood.
Empire Donuts, gluten free baked goods, sandwiches and other treats.
Somewhere between Thanksgiving and Christmas we scoff at eggnog.
Inside the lobby of the Hotel Zed, they have quickly become a locals favourite.
Dishes from $12 - $14, great portion size, and range from eggs dishes to two types of lasagne.
Nourish is one of the best places for local food in Victoria.