Posts tagged kitsilano
Uno Gelato: Gelato Master, James Coleridge Drops His New Mixtape

If you're from Vancouver, you would know about Bella Gelateria, a well-loved gelato hotspot that sits in the heart of tourist central at Harbourfront/Coal Harbour. It's gelato, made originally by Maestro James Coleridge, has received countless awards and recognition from all around the world and for that reason, many locals and tourists alike flock in groups to have a taste of truly creamy, Italian gelato

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720 Sweets

New ice cream places are popping up left and right in Vancouver these days and the newest one in town is 720 Sweets, a little shop in Kitsilano just across from East is East which opened last week. At 720 Sweets, they specialize in ice cream that is visually appealing and donned with toppings, cookies, and other weird things like cotton candy

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Ramen Danbo

So everyone's been talking about a new ramen place in town and it's called  Ramen Danbo which is situated in the heart of Kitsilano. They boast of their authentic Fukouoka Hakata style Tonkotsu (pork based) ramen which has supposedly extremely rich broth and firm,  thin noodles. I was in the area last week and decided that my ramen addiction needed attending to. Here I am to share with you my thoughts from this visit.

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49th Parallel & Lucky's Doughnuts

I'm fond of Kits not only because of the relaxing and youthful vibe of the general area, but also the interesting array of small restaurants that line the streets. The area makes for a good place to sit back with a coffee for a chat with friends. I'm sure most Vancouverites know about 49th Parallel by now but I just had to blog about this place after my visit to it's West 4th location a few days ago. 

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August Jack

In celebration of Canada's multiple gold medals (especially hockey and curling), my friend and I decided to go out and treat ourselves to a dinner out and what better place to go than a place I received a Dine Out voucher for. Located in Kits, August Jack is surrounded by many other local restaurants and not too far from downtown.

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