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The Naam Restaurant – Vancouver, BC

By shokutsu on May 24, 2009 - 7:46pm

To begin, a little history and background on Naam. It proclaims to be vegetarian. Reporters have noted it to be one of the oldest natural foods restaurants in the city. It is open 24/7, everyday except for Christmas Day. And although the sample size is smaller, I’ve found that each time I’ve dined in there is always a lineup out the door especially at mid-day or on weekend brunch.

Once you are able to get a table, the overworked (and I think outnumbered) wait staff might come to your table in a timely manner. And I’m not saying that to be fescious. They truly are overwhelmed by the crowds, and given the laid back nature of this restaurant (heck, it has its roots in Vancouver’s hippie culture after all), diners are forewarned not to expect quick, attentive service or responses to any of your usual dining needs.

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25th Annual Heart and Stroke Celebrity Breakfast

By Priscilla Pratt on December 10, 2008 - 3:25pm

Feb 11 2009 - 7:30am
Feb 11 2009 - 9:00am

For 25 years, the Heart and Stroke Celebrity Breakfast has been Vancouver's premier event for Heart Month. Celebrate our 25th Anniversary with us as we bring together business leaders and Vancouver based celebrities for a morning of networking, inspiration and fun.

Our work has helped to reduce the death rate of heart disease and stroke by 70% over the past 50 years. Imagine a future that is generations free from heart disease and stroke. We are on the right path but need your support to achieve our vision.

For tickets and information, please contact Priscilla Pratt at or 604.736.4404 ext 225

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