Category - Cafés & Delis
With Easter coming up this weekend, I, like many, will be going for brunch with my family this Sunday (April 16, 2017). I’m particularly looking forward to having...
Growing up, one of the most boring things you could find in your lunch bag was a plain bologna sandwich. There was this single slice of mystery meat between two slices of...
January 26, 2017 by Tara Lee
Photo Credit: Tara Lee When I walk into Diplomat Bakery (6168 London Road), I breathe in the intoxicating aromas of freshly baked pastries, cakes, and cookies, as well as of...
November 3, 2016 by Ed Lau
What goes into a perfect cup of coffee? Owner Frank Zheng wanted to find out when he opened Rocanini Coffee Roasters first retail shop in historic Steveston Village, in 2010....
Photo Credit: Dee de los Santos Coffee. To some, it’s a way to start the morning or a midday pick up. To others, it’s catching up with friends or meeting with a...
Summer! You are here! I don’t believe in using the calendar to define summer’s beginning; rather, I use these two events: my first sunburn, followed by my first...
Day 323, and it’s still possible to find High Tea in Richmond at a restaurant that also offers reflexology services. In case you were wondering. Starry Night (“...
Last week, a reader told me about a place in Richmond I’ve passed many times but had never noticed. Flight Path Park is on Sea Island, right across from the BCIT...
November 25, 2012 by Lindsay Anderson
Yesterday, I woke up inexplicably grumpy. I must have dreamt cheese no longer existed or that I was allergic to cookies, because all morning I was a total Scrooge. Fortunately...
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