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Le Club Perrier – Can You Handle the Heat?

…at the forefront of an interactive YouTube experience with their “Can You Handle the Heat” videos. As more viewers watch the video, the party gets “sexier, steamier and wilder”.

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Nespresso Pixie

Newly launched, the Pixie is the smallest machine ever created by Nespresso. The official dimensions are 11.1 x 32.6 x 23.5 cm. The Pixie enables its users to minimize time, clutter and energy consumption while still creating the perfect single cup of coffee.

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The Bibo – Kitsilano Italian Restaurant

Bold lighting and modern décor line the interior of the establishment; a rustic, family style restaurant this is not. With so much competition in a city already known for having one of the most restaurants per capita in the world, how does another upstart hope to break into the market? By selling cultural authenticity.

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Dining Out For Life (March 24, 2011)

Dining Out For Life is BC’s largest restaurant fundraiser, benefiting A Loving Spoonful and Friends For Life. Over 230 restaurants from Whistler to White Rock and across the Fraser Valley will contribute 25% of their sales that day to people living with HIV/AIDS.

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The New Oxford opens in Yaletown


I drive past this area most mornings, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that The Donnelly Group has opened yet another bar/restaurant .  This time, the group brings “its signature style and a little taste of Britian to Yaletown with the opening of The New Oxford” (1144 Homer Street).  Read below for the press release – I hope to check this one out for myself soon:

A tongue-in-cheek nod to both the world-renowned University of Oxford and British sporting culture, The New Oxford sits proudly on the edge of Yaletown, a welcome addition to Vancouver’s notoriously trendy neighborhood. Vintage touring bikes line the ceiling, leading the eye to a looming portrait of literary genius, misfit and Oxford alumni Oscar Wilde. A long view of the room – which runs the width of the entire city block – reveals rustic gray millwork, classic pub-style furniture and black & white photos of various other notable Oxford grads. The 50-foot long cantilevered bar serves as the room’s centerpiece, leading visitors into a ‘study’ motif, complete with taxidermy, original-print hardcover books, vintage sporting gear and even more comfortable seating.

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Glowbal Group – 25% off lunch (Nov 1 to 7)

From November 1 to 7, 2010, Glowbal Group restaurants including Coast, Glowbal Grill, Society, Trattoria and Italian Kitchen will offer 25% off the food portion of your lunch or brunch bill. This applies to all party sizes, large or small, so call your favourite location now to reserve because you know it will be a popular week.