Bin 941: Still Great After All These Years (Vancouver, B.C.)

A spinach salad is kind of like something you feel you should eat in order to get your greens for the day. Not glamorous or exciting, just—healthy. That was our thinking anyway—and maybe a nod toward St. Paddy's Day when we wanted to quaff beer instead of drinking an artificially green cocktail (even if it was a house... Continue Reading →

What Did You Poutine My Fries?—Fritz European Fry House (Vancouver, B.C.)

My first introduction to poutine was Zog's Dogs in Whistler Village, up in the mountains of British Columbia. Maybe it was the rarefied air but I began to wonder what Canadians saw in this, their quintessential snack, which according to many Canadians finds its greatest expression in Montreal. Gravy and cheese curds piled on top... Continue Reading →

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