Hi ETC family!
Who doesn’t love a good all-you-can-eat?
The best part of AYCE is the variety of dishes you can try, not to mention the fact that you get to indulge in your favourite foods.
What’s your pick for the best AYCE spot in the Tri-Cities? Is there a particular cuisine you’d like to see come here? Sushi? Chinese food? Pasta? My favourite is AYCE sushi!
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5 spots to try right now
🍳 Morning Tide Eatery: This is the perfect brunch spot.
🍜 Shobu Japanese Noodle: Warning: These noodles are addicting.
🍟 C-Lovers Fish & Chips: AYCE fish and chips? Don’t mind if we do.
😍 The Henderson Place Mall food court: Find some hidden gems.
🍻 Patina Brewing Co.: Who’s feeling thirsty?
Know a great place we should add here? Reply back and let us know!
Port Moody is about to get an award-winning pizza spot
Port Moody is about to get even more saucy, cheesy, and crispy than ever before.
Award-winning pizzeria Emilio Finatti, known for its thin, low-gluten crusts and Italian fusion toppings, is opening up a new location on St. Johns Street this April, replacing the former New York-style Pizza Station.
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7 places for all-you-can-eat in the Tri-Cities
There’s a certain magic to the words “all you can eat,” no matter which subtle form they take: all-inclusive, buffet, bottomless, smorgasbord... we’re here for it all.
From unlimited Korean BBQ to fish and chips, here’s a list of our favourite all-you-can-eat restaurants in the Tri-Cities for the most satisfying type of outing there is—one where you can sit, point at some tasty looking food options, and eat—unfettered—to your heart’s content.
🍩 New doughnut spot: The Vancouver doughnut shop Mochido is planning to open a Coquitlam location this summer.
🍷 The One Sixty has soft launched: The Port Moody wine bar One Sixty just had its soft opening on March 28, and it will run until April 2.
🎉 Say “bonjour” to Festival du Bois, March 24-26 in Coquitlam’s Mackin Park. Come for great music and dance, shows for kids, and so much more!**Sponsored Listing
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😂 Mariner Comedy: Coquitlam’s Mariner Brewing hosts a comedy night on the first Thursday of every month featuring local comedians.
🧘♂️ Yoga on Tap: Patina Brewing Co. in Port Coquitlam is offering yoga and beers on April 22.
🍛 Pick-up curry special: Pizza Town Indian Grill in Coquitlam has a $13 special that gets you any one item with rice and naan.
🌮 Taco Tuesday: Check out Loz Takos in Coquitlam Centre’s food court for six tacos for just $13.
💲 Joey Coquitlam: The Coquitlam Joey location is currently hiring for servers, offering full-time work.
☕ Starbucks barista: The Starbucks at Oxford and Lougheed in Port Coquitlam is hiring for baristas.
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