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July 6, 2023 edition - Who’s your fave Tri-Cities foodie?

Plus news, events, deals, and so much more

Hi ETC family!

Hope everyone is enjoying these gorgeous sunny days. We are truly blessed to be living in such a beautiful city.

I would like to thank those who showed interest in being our featured foodie of the week. We are looking to feature more foodies in our newsletter, so if you know a foodie or you are one, send us an email at [email protected]

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Stay awesome.

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5 spots to try right now

🍲 Happy Lamb: The perfect hot pot spot

🍜 Ramengers feat. Smoking Pig: Deliciousness in a bowl

🍷 One Sixty Wine Bar & Cafe: One of Port Moody’s newest spots

🍕 Mama Said: Check out its new brick-and-mortar location

🍝 That Place: THE place for Italian

Know a great place we should add here? Reply back and let us know!


Foodie Feature: Sharzi (@vancity.dine)

The Tri-Cities are full of great places to eat, so it’s no surprise that there are a whole bunch of folks who are highlighting the local food and drink scene.

In our Foodie Feature series, we are putting the spotlight on Instagram influencers, restaurant owners, food bloggers, and more so that our subscribers can get an intimate, in-depth look at the best that Tri-Cities cuisine has to offer.


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Here's where to sip on fancy cocktails in the Tri-Cities

It’s always five o-clock somewhere, right?

That is to say, there’s never a wrong time to enjoy a delicious cocktail, whether that’s an orange mimosa with brunch or an aperitivo to kick off a late night dinner. And though we all love a good gin and tonic or vodka martini, sometimes we want something more.

Here are some cocktail bars in the Tri-Cities for those in search of a tasty beverage and, perhaps, your new go-to.

Advertise your restaurant, event, or local business to foodies in the Tri-Cities! Contact us to chat more 🙂


🍞 Goodbye pizza, hello bakery: The couple behind 123 Pizza in Port Coquitlam is closing up shop to open a Persian bakery in the Dominion Triangle area.

❌ Brewhalla postponed: The Port Moody summer beer festival has been postponed until 2024 by organizers.

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🎨 Painting and social evening: Outpost in Port Moody is hosting a paint night social event with artist Fiona Chan tonight, 7-9pm.

🌈 Pride community BBQ: Burnaby Pride will be holding a community BBQ for local 2SLGBTQIA+ families and individuals in Burquitlam to hang out and enjoy a chill afternoon on July 8 from noon to 3pm.


🍕 New month, new pizza deals: Pappa Leo’s has two new online coupons for the month of July, with a large Italian pizza for $23 and two medium two-topping pizzas for $34.

🍗 Tuesday specials: Mariner Brewing has some sweet daily specials, like $8 sliders, $8 wings, and $6 20oz Mariner pints on Tuesdays.

Job postings

Food service supervisor: Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club is hiring a food service supervisor for $17.75 an hour for four days a week.

Barista: Black Sugar Coffee House is hiring an experienced barista for $18 to $22 an hour.

Hiring in the Tri-Cities? Reply back and let us know and we'll feature your opening next week!

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