Richmond Tea Rooms – Manchester, England

When in England, you must do as the English do. Chris and I found the cutest little tea room hidden away in the alleys in Manchester. We wanted to go for afternoon tea, and after a little bit of googling, I found a place called the Richmond Tea Rooms. This tea room was hard to […]

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Crab Park Chowdery

My Instagram has been blowing up with posts from and about Crab Park Chowdery. The photos make my mouth water just by looking at them. Chris and I finally caved and decided to go try it. Crab Park Chowdery is a tiny little restaurant with only a few tables, hidden in Gastown. When we arrived, […]

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Bel Cafe

On a typical rainy, grey day in Vancouver, my friend Cassidy and I took to the city in search of a cute little cafe to have lunch. We ended up going to Bel Cafe, an intimate, little place, tucked away in the city. Since there are only a few tables, we had a short wait […]

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Soft Peaks Ice Cream

Ice cream is definitely my weakness when it comes to dessert. Actually, nearly anything sweet is. I caught up with my good friend Jessica over sushi at MoMos in Gastown before deciding we didn’t want our catch up to end. We walked further into Gastown to go to Soft Peaks Ice Cream, somewhere we both […]

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Double Date in Fort Langley

One of my favourite places to go is Fort Langley. I know I’ve blogged about it before, but I just can’t get enough. The amazing buildings, the boutique shops, the fresh local food, what’s not to love? Our weather here in Vancouver is (was) finally beginning to look like Spring, so on the first warm, […]

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GALentine’s Brunch at Acorn

I love my J-Girls more than anything. That’s why, when Valentine’s Day rolled around, we had to celebrate with our own Galentine’s Day brunch. We all have lots of different things going on outside our friend group, so we had to have our brunch after Valentine’s Day. Sarah picked me up, and we made our […]

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Top of Vancouver

During Dine Out Vancouver, we also went to try The Top of Vancouver Restaurant. This restaurant revolves over the city, above the Harbour Center, giving you a 360-degree view in an hour. The restaurant offers seating by the window, in the revolving area, as well as stationary seats. Chris and I made late reservations so […]

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