Written By Guest Writer First Look / Places / Restaurants / Vancouver Jan 2, 2017 Vancouver Buzz: January | February 2017 SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestLiving in Vancouver at this time of year you can’t avoid the rain (or snow), unless you stay inside all the time but then you miss so much! A perfect place to stop in for brunch or an afternoon snack is Nero Belgian Waffle Bar at its new location at Seymour and Nelson. It’s a great and convenient location to stop in and warm up with both sweet and savoury options. The Heaven waffle is an aptly named strawberry paradise.nerowafflebar.com, @nerowafflebar1002 Seymour St., Vancouver Medina Cafe opened up in a new location and we arrived to a long line as they typically do not take reservations. At Medina you should step outside of the box for a brunch other than the basic bacon and eggs. Try the breakfast cassoulet or paella and you will not be disappointed! And even if you are full don’t skip the mini liege waffles! Check out Medina Down Under: An Australia Day Wine Dinner on January 26th.medinacafe.com, @medinacafe780 Richards Street, Vancouver Victoria’s restaurant, Jam Cafe opened in Cafe Medina’s old location and Vancouver is very excited about this! It’s a busy spot. There is a line outside even on a Tuesday afternoon, but it moves quickly. The portions are very generous with pancakes the size of my head! It’s perfect comfort food for a cool and damp day and the selection of “coffee with a kick” drinks will keep you warm.jamcafes.com/vancouver, @jamcafeyvr556 Beatty Street, Vancouver Cacao a new progressive latin restaurant opened in Kitsilano where the Epicurean Caffe Bistro had been for over 20 years. Chef Jefferson Alvarez is finally in charge of his own kitchen where he can show his passion for latin flavours and dishes. Brunch is more traditional with breakfast selections and some risottos and pasta dishes. Dinners have a fusion of latin flavours and ingredients. Brunch is offered Tuesday to Sunday and dinner Wednesday to Saturday by reservation. cacaovancouver.com, @cacaovancouver1898 West 1st Avenue, Kitsilano Finally! The weather changed allowing for a beautiful walk on the sea wall ending up at the new Peaked Pies location on Denman Street with a delicious Aussie flavour. Originating in Whistler, Peaked Pies serves a variety of savoury pies including the traditional Aussie pie and The Hopper, which is made of kangaroo. Any pie can be peaked which means adding mashed potatoes, mushy peas and gravy or you can add any of these individually, for an additional cost. I wouldn’t recommend it for the sweet pies though.peakedpies.com, @PeakedPies975 Denman Street, Vancouver Dalina Kitchen & Grocery opened early December and offers a selection of premium and everyday items. Dalina’s espresso bar is reminiscent of an Italian café, where their signature roasts have been created by over 3 generations of Italian roasters. The espresso is enough to keep you coming back everyday, with a selection of milks and waters on tap. There is also a wide selection of pastries, sandwiches and hot dinner specials for meals on the go.dalina.ca, @dalinavancouver687 Main Street, Vancouver – Text & Photos by Jennifer Carter SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Guest Writer We get many people writing guest articles for us, as well as past contributors. This is the Guest ... Read More You may also like First Look / Regions / Restaurants March 1, 2019 The Buzz, Cowichan and Up-Island Eating together and enjoying the good life with good people is the epitome of ‘Hygge’, the Danish word pronounced ‘Huega’. ... Read More First Look / Restaurants / Victoria January 3, 2018 Pierogi Power at Sült Pierogi Bar “Sült” has etymological roots across Europe. In Gaelic, it refers to pork fat or a dish made of it. In Hungarian, it translates to “fried” ... Read More First Look December 8, 2017 Stoked Wood Fired Pizzeria Stoked Wood Fired Pizzeria, 2908 Tieulie Place, Shirley, BC, 778-528-3473, stokedwoodfiredpizzeria.com For surfers, still chilled to the ... Read More First Look / Food People October 31, 2017 Adapt to Survive – The team behind Foo finds opportunity at Victoria’s hospitality crossroads. It’s not breaking news: Victoria’s restaurant scene is in the midst of varying states of crisis, depending on which Industry Insider you speak ... Read More First Look / Victoria October 16, 2017 Kuma Noodle Japan When many people think of Japanese food, they think of sushi. However, to the Japanese, the raw fish delicacy is often considered a rare treat, ... Read More First Look / Vancouver September 29, 2017 City EATS – Vancouver, September 2017 The restaurants of Vancouver are changing faster than I can get to them. The list of new exciting places to try is growing so much that I already ... Read More Comments are closed.