Kitsilano runs along the south shore of English Bay and between Point Grey and Grandville Island. The neighbourhood is also known as ‘Kits’.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in North America.
We invite you to browse our selection of Vancouver’s most cozy, fascinating, and inspiring used book shops.
Whether you’re looking for industrial chic, contemporary design or cosy furnishings, Vancouver’s decor stores have it all.
Vancouver has long been home to some of the world’s greatest artists. So what better way to enhance your home than with the perfect piece of art?
The Stanley Park Ecology Society offers tourists and locals alike two-hour guided tours, which they call their Discovery Walks.
A tiny storefront diner on Ontario street with only a handful of booths, the Argo has a history that goes back to 1954.
Here’s what you can expect from a walking tour that goes over the lesser-known histories of Vancouver!
As Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood has changed and gentrified over the past 50 years, The Naam vegetarian restaurant has stayed the same.
Often perceived as coffee’s modest younger sibling, tea is obtaining a large amount of attention in Vancouver as the city’s tea culture grows.
The Tomahawk Restaurant offers familiar North American comfort food. This vintage diner has operated in the same neighbourhood since 1926.
From timeless classics to hip new creations, Vancouver offers a number of authentic cafés with handcrafted pies and signature flavours.
It turns out that Vancouverites really like their beer so enjoy some more bright stars from the well-lit skies of the city’s craft beer scene!
We updated our article about Vancouver’s best bakeries: the following pastry shops have got all you need!
Beer is unsurprisingly the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world. Enjoy the list of Vancouver’s best craft beers and small breweries!