If you've been puzzling over where you should eat out, Eater is back to answer that very question with our newest edition of the Heatmap—a guide to what's new, what's hot, and which restaurants are causing most buzz in Van City.
While the Eater 38 is a resource that covers old standbys and neighborhood essentials across the city, it is not necessarily a chronicle of the "it" places of the moment. Thus, in no particular order, we offer the Eater Heatmap, which will change every month to continuously highlight where the food nerds are flocking to at the moment.
January may be cold and miserable but the city's food scene continues to shine. Breakfast gets celebrated when a food truck turns into a restaurant , Vancouver's love of fish and all things sustainable meet their logical conclusion on Main Street, Italian family-style dining gets a rush of gluten-free love and a DTES standby gets the Alexandra Gill seal of approval. Meet the new heat-makers.
IN: Yolk's, The Fish Counter, Ask for Luigi and the Dunlevy Snack Bar
OUT: Burdock & Co, Good Wolfe, Bambudda and Boneta
Got a suggestion for a restaurant you think deserves to be added to next month's Heatmap? Drop us a line or leave a comment and stay tuned for the next edition of the Heatmap, dropping the first Thursday of February.
Added: Yolk's, The Fish Counter, Ask for Luigi and the Dunlevy Snack Bar
Removed: Burdock & Co, Good Wolfe, Bambudda and Boneta
Added: Rain or Shine Ice Cream, Notturno, Craft Beer Market, Mosaic, Boneta
Removed: Gringo, Cuchillo, Emerald
Added: Wagon Rouge, Gringo, Emerald
Removed: Earnest Ice Cream, Homer Street Cafe and Bar, The Farmer's Apprentice