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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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http://foodosophy.wordpress.com/2009/02/19/the-naam-restaurant-vancouver...

Daikatsu Sushi – Vancouver, BC

By shokutsu on May 24, 2009 - 7:45pm

Well, while driving up Alma from 4th Ave recently, I caught a glimpse of some signage across the street from a running goods store, and seeing the words ’sushi’, I thought to myself, oh no yet another place offering up this cuisine. Now I should have kept on going, but instead I pulled over. Rather than go home and have a proper home cooked meal, I ventured into Daikatsu Sushi...

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http://foodosophy.wordpress.com/2009/02/16/daikatsu-sushi-vancouver-bc/

►►►Urban Mixer Gallery Series III

By tinhead on November 17, 2008 - 4:29pm

Nov 26 2008 - 6:30pm
Nov 26 2008 - 10:30pm

Urban Mixer proudly presents the long-awaited Gallery Series IIII at TRUNK Gallery within the auto/ONE and affinity auto showrooms.

Click HERE to find out more.

Location: TRUNK Gallery, 1755 West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver
Doors Open:
7PM - 11PM
Dress:
Semi-formal

Cost:
$35 in advance, $50 at the door

Got Facebook? Join our Facebook group HERE.

Net proceeds to imagine1day.

Click HERE to register online securely.

This unmissable event features the art of Stirling Ward, David Ellingsen and Heidi Conrod with net proceeds going to imagine1day, a groundbreaking charity created by Lululemon founder, Chip Wilson and his wife, Shannon.

Urban Mixer Gallery Series II

By tinhead on October 29, 2007 - 2:05pm

Nov 8 2007 - 7:00pm
Nov 8 2007 - 11:00pm

Urban Mixer presents the second installment in its highly coveted Gallery Series.

Click HERE to find out more.

Location: TRUNK Gallery, 1755 West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver
Doors Open: 7PM - 11PM
Dress: Semi-formal
Cost: $25 in advance only

Got Facebook? Join our Facebook group HERE.

Partial proceeds to UNICEF's Unite for Children, Unite Against AIDS campaign.

Click HERE to register online securely.

Set at TRUNK gallery in the magnificent auto/ONE, we invite you to join us for a spectacular event featuring the works of Ottawa-based artist Heidi Conrod in on of Vancouver's pre-eminent art spaces.

This event continues the partnership between Urban Mixer and UNICEF where partial proceeds raised from our events shall go to the Unite for Children Unite Against AIDS campaign.

Come experience, for one night only, sleek European automobiles set in juxtaposition with the finest Canadian art and the City's most sensuous crowd.

Bocce by the Beach

By BocceLover on July 5, 2007 - 7:03pm

Jul 14 2007 - 12:00pm
Jul 14 2007 - 5:00pm

Bocce.ca will be holding its 5th Annual Bocce by the Beach tournament on Saturday, July 14 at Spanish Banks West (near the anchor). At $20/person (teams of 2) and guaranteed play of at least 3 games, you won’t want to miss out! To register, email info@bocce.ca or call 604-742-0537 and for more information visit www.bocce.ca.

Boccepalooza

By BocceLover on May 23, 2007 - 7:05pm

May 26 2007 - 1:00pm
May 26 2007 - 4:00pm

Experience an afternoon full of all things bocce, as Bocce.ca hosts its first event of the summer, Boccepalooza! Come to the north end of Kits Beach (at McNicoll & Arbutus) this Saturday, May 26 between 1-4pm. All participants are welcome - whether you come on your own, with the whole family, or as part of a skilled team that's been practising all year. Although there aren't any registration fees, donations will be accepted and directed towards Bocce.ca's 2007 fundraising campaign.

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