The biggest Vancouver food news stories that happened this week

Jul 17 2020, 10:36 pm

If New York is the city that never sleeps, Vancouver is the city that never stops eating. This is why you need an update on all the most important Vancouver food news stories that happened this week.

From bad to good to exciting and need-to-know, here are the Vancouver food news stories that should be at the top of your mind.

Possible COVID-19 Exposure

Officials warn of possible coronavirus exposure at Chewies Oyster Bar in Kitsilano. The restaurant is asking that anyone who was there the evening of July 12 to monitor closely for symptoms.

Your first look at Vancouver’s new Japanese food truck

Takenaka food truck is set to launch in Vancouver at the end of July. Check out the drool-worthy menu.

Closed and closing soon: 4 Vancouver restaurants to say goodbye to

The restaurant industry in Vancouver can be fickle and – once again – the city’s dining scene has suffered some casualties.

Vancouver’s highly anticipated Asian street food spot is open

Potluck Hawker is open in Cambie Village and you need to try it. Think family-style feasts and vibrant, delicious handhelds and laksa.

National Ice Cream Day is this weekend

Let’s finish with something sweet. Which fast food chain has the best frozen treat in the country? Also, check out the 22 best places to get ice cream in Vancouver.

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