It’s no secret that Vancouver’s nickname of Hollywood North is fitting.
The city attracts films and TV shows staring big name celebs year-round – not to mention the west coast is a favourite for touring recording artists.
So far in 2019 we’ve experienced an influx of serious stars. Whether they were here for a concert or stopped by before filming some big budget projects, Vancouver has been a popular spot for big A-listers in recent months.
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Here are three restaurants where mega-celebrities have eaten in Vancouver recently.
Vancouver-born actor and comedian Seth Rogen and American TV personality and Momofuku restaurant group founder David Chang were spotted at the Vancouver attraction enjoying a beverage and taking photos with staff and patrons at the market earlier this month.
Rogen posted a photo tagging Richmond’s HK BBQ Master, just one day after David Chang did the same. Both A-listers praised the low-key joint, and Rogen even went as far as saying “The best BBQ places are generally in the underground parking garage of department stores.”
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host Guy Fieri was spotted at the Red Wagon Cafe in East Vancouver today. The much-loved eatery known for their hospitality and pulled pork pancakes posted a photo on their official Instagram captioning “Today we went back to ‘flavour town’ and it was AWSOME!!”