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Vancouver

3rd Edition
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Vancouver is a diverse cosmopolitan city, where it’s not uncommon to find Thai, Japanese and Greek restaurants in the same block as microbreweries, theaters and boutiques. Though you’re spoiled for choice, knowing where is worthy of your dollar is another story. Residents and authors Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett, known as The Food Gays, provide recommendations on stellar eateries, impressive art spaces and the most-loved stores in this city’s buzzing enclaves, to help readers infuse local flavor into their trip.
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“The content is tightly focused on eating, shopping and activities — a mix of offbeat gems and hip newcomers.”
The New York Times

About the book

The HUNT Guides is a tightly curated, award-winning travel series that focuses on the truly local, be it dining, drinking, shopping or unforgettable lifestyle experiences in each city.

Vancouver is a diverse cosmopolitan city, where it’s not uncommon to find Thai, Japanese and Greek restaurants in the same block as microbreweries, theaters and boutiques. Though you’re spoiled for choice, knowing where is worthy of your dollar is another story. Residents and authors Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett, known as The Food Gays, provide recommendations on stellar eateries, impressive art spaces and the most-loved stores in this city’s buzzing enclaves, to help readers infuse local flavor into their trip.


About the author

Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett are the two smiling men behind The Food Gays, a food, travel and lifestyle blog. What began as a hobby has transformed into a career for both, with the always-hungry duo now running their own digital media company. When not writing and creating stunning visuals for their blog and Instagram, you'll find them spending time with their dog Milo, who's considered the resident helper on set. Adrian and Jeremy are freelance contributors for Yahoo!, as well as the digital versions of Food & Wine, The Province and Martha Stewart.