Remi Patisserie Pop Up at Moving Coffee

For the past 5 weeks, I did not wake up early enough to try Remi Patisserie, a new pop-up at Moving Coffee Roastery every Sunday. Although Remi Patisserie can also be found at Sweet Barrel on weekdays, it seems to be out of the way for me. Yesterday, I finally woke up early enough to visit and buy some treats back home for Ethan.

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Platter Dinner for Two at Glowbal by Glowbal

Few weeks ago, Andrew brought me to Glowbal by Glowbal to try out the upcoming featured Platter Dinner for two. From April 24 to 30, customers can enjoy a dinner for two, valued at $198, for only $98. I think it is such an awesome value, especially if you need a dinner plan for any special occasions. Sitting at the heated patio, while enjoying a glass of red wine and a delectable meal, with awesome accompany is the best way to spend your evenings.

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BETA 5 x Constellation Inspiration: Cream Puff Collaboration

It was hectic last week because BETA 5 collaborated with Amy from Constellation Inspiration and launched three feature cream puffs. These three new flavors made most Vancouverites go crazy on pre-orders and lineups, just to get their hands on them. But one question always pops up – are they worth the hype? To answer this question, I gave myself an excuse to preorder all three flavors and tried them out.

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Macaron Class at Bon Macaron Patisserie

Macarons are one of the most delicate and difficult desserts to master, and I have failed quite a few times and still wasn’t successful until recently. I got invited to a macaron making class from Bon Macaron Patisserie, and I really enjoyed the overall experience of learning how to make macarons while connecting with other influencers.

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Gyo Para Gyoza & Ramen Bar

When it comes to ramen, there are many options in Vancouver, and some taste better than the others. For example, you can always see a long line up at Ramen Danbo regardless of time and day. Or some are hidden like this one, Gyo Para Gyoza & Ramen Bar. It is a spacious restaurant that is located in the heart of Kitsilano on the corner of West Broadway and Arbutus Street. Although the ramen bar is on such a busy street, it can be easily missed, but the handmade gyoza and ramen are what Brenda and I are coming for.

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