July 13, 2023 edition - The Tri-Cities or Naples, Italy?
This pizza is to die for
Hi ETC family!
With the number of new restaurants opening in the Tri-Cities, we are starting to see more Italian eateries in the area.
Out of all the Italian restaurants in town, which one is your favourite?
Which one makes the best pizza? Which one makes the best pasta? Is there one that reminds you of a delicious meal you had in Italy? Let us know at [email protected].
As always, please send us your favourite local foodies’ handles so we can feature them in our upcoming newsletters.
– Tina & the ETC Team
What do you put in the bowl first?
Favourite kind of pizza?
5 spots to try right now
☕ Kim’s Cafe: Korean fusion AND brunch? Don’t mind if we do
🍽 Brisk Cafe: A perfectly authentic Persian breakfast
😋 Inside Out Tea Loft: Quality bubble tea
🍳 Cafe Dorothy: Brunch done differently
🥙 Uncle Moe’s Donair: Best donair in the Tri-Cities?
Know a great place we should add here? Reply back and let us know!
Pizzeria Spacca Napoli takes your taste buds on a trip to Italy
Flights to Naples, Italy, from Vancouver are going for roughly $1,500 right now, round trip.
A trip out to Pizzeria Spacca Napoli? The cost of a transit ticket… so roughly $2.50. We think you know where we’re going with this.
The Port Moody pizza place has proven itself to be the go-to for authentic Neapolitan pizza, with the wood-fired flavour, speckled crust, and deliciously fresh toppings you’d expect if you did manage to make the trip across the Atlantic.
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🤝 New owner alert: Five different restaurants in the Tri-Cities have come under the management of new owners over the past few months.
🍅 Donate your veggies: Master gardener Brian Minter is asking Tri-Cities residents to donate their homegrown vegetables to the local food bank.
🎸 Zappostrophe': This eight-piece teenage band is playing its first show in Port Coquitlam at the Bennett, featuring hits from Frank Zappa.
🧘♀️ Yoga on Tap: Beer and yoga make for a winning combo at Port Coquitlam’s Patina Brewing.
🍻 $5 beer: Browns Socialhouse in Coquitlam offers its Social Lager for just $5 a glass during its happy hour from 3 to 6pm and 9pm to close.
🍹 $6 bellinis: Milestones Coquitlam is offering $6 bellinis as part of its happy hour from 3 to 6pm and 9 to 11pm.
📋 Job Fair: Check out the Coquitlam Job Fair to have your pick of dozens of recruiters looking to add to their teams.
🍷 Liquor store associate: Otter Co-op is now hiring for a part-time liquor store associate at Angry Otter Liquor.
🍞Baker: Mundy Park Bakery in Coquitlam is hiring for two positions; a part-time bakery clerk and a full-time/part-time baker’s helper.
Hiring in the Tri-Cities? Reply back and let us know and we'll feature your opening next week!
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