Three chic Railtown Cafe locations across Vancouver join the original Railway Street eatery. When Railtown Cafe opened its doors on Railway Street back in 2012, it became an instant hit with neighborhood residents who craved made-from-scratch comfort food—the type of salads, soups and sandwiches people like you and me love to eat for lunch if only we had the time to, you know, make it every day.
Today L’Abattoir co-owners, chef Lee Cooper and restaurateur Paul Grunberg, release tickets to chef’s-table-styled ‘restaurant-within-a-restaurant’ concept: No. 1 Gaoler’s Mews. Located in the historic cobblestone Gaoler’s Mews courtyard behind the intimate, brick-and-beam environs of L’Abattoir, No.
Vancouver’s ice cream renaissance gets sweeter with the opening of La Glace, the city’s most romantic ice cream parlour. Born three years ago as a charming ice cream cart for pop-ups and special events, La Glace has evolved into an elegant ice cream parlour and salon de thé serving ice cream and pastries meticulously handcrafted in the French method.