Posts tagged beer
Cocoru

As a Richmond native, Alexandra Road (Central Richmond) is basically my home and Cocoru is the newest addition to the Alexandra family. Unlike most restaurants in the area, this one is actually Korean run and has a fun and modern appeal; decorated with superhero figurines everywhere. 

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Malt + Marrow

Malt & Marrow is one of Vancouver's newer restaurant additions which boasts of "good drinks, good food, and good company" with Northern European influences. Looking for some West Coast cuisine in the area, my friend and I decided to try out this modern gastropub and take advantage of their lovely patio area.

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Sushi Bella

Korean run Japanese restaurants are on the rise in Vancouver and I'm happy to have visited yet another (don't forget Sushi and Roll!) one - Sushi Bella! Unlike many of the sushi restaurants here, Sushi Bella has multiple locations in Vancouver, one being the location in North Vancouver not too far from the Lonsdale Pier that my friend and I visited last month. This spot is definitely trendy and modern which I think is a reason why it is such a hit with a a wide variety of customers. Bella's Chef Kabel claims to bring his experience in Japanese, French, and Italian flavours to the menu...so I guess it was our job to experience them.

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CRAFT Beer Market

It wasn't too long since since the CRAFT opened back up after speculations of a norovirus outbreak and it's understandable if their customer base has shrunken due to the rumours...but after my visit last week, I can say that CRAFT is still going strong and is still a local favourite among those who venture through the beautiful Olympic Village. My friend and I had initially wanted to visit the Food Truck Festival nearby but were met by a massive rain shower so we went to seek shelter at CRAFT, hoping they would be able to seat us. For a ~3pm meal time, there was quite the lineup to get a spot and we were left with a pager to notify us of an opening. 

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33 Acres Brewery ft. Tacofino

That's right, it's about time I finally got a chance to stop by this quickly growing establishment by the name of 33 Acres Brewery near the Broadway-City Hall station. As a family owned brewery, 33 Acres oozes of distinct style and a bustling, friendly vibe. Along with brewing their own beer, 33 Acres partners with various food trucks and other indie eateries in the city to bring a truly new type of dining experience.

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