The Herbal Chef to host cannabis-infused popup dining experience in Vancouver inspired by legalization of cannabis in Canada. Recognized as the world’s foremost cannabis chef, Christopher Sayegh, known as The Herbal Chef, is set to share his adventurous, cannabis-infused dishes with Vancouver diners on April 6 and 7.
March showers bring spring flowers… and Poppy Barley’s collection of stylish shoes, ethically made in Mexico, to Little Mountain Shop on Main Street Founded by sisters Justine and Kendall Barber, Poppy Barley makes leather footwear and accessories for men and women designed in Edmonton and ethically manufactured in Mexico.
The waterfront community of Deep Cove is the setting for Herschel Supply’s first stand-alone Metro Vancouver pop-up shop. Located just a half-hour drive from their Vancouver headquarters, The Lemonade Stand features exclusive Herschel Supply Packable Collection products, along with cold-pressed lemonade four ways by The Juice Truck.
April showers provide the inspiration for BETA5 Chocolates’ “Springtime in Vancouver” themed Easter collection and Cambie Street popup shop. Awaken the senses with bright, budding Easter eggs, and chocolate rain clouds filled with peanut butter raindrops.