What we're about

Welcome to the Vancouver Food Lovers and Bloggers Meetup Group!

Are you a foodie? Do you like food, like trying different cuisines and are always interested in other people's recommendations?

Then welcome to the Vancouver Food Bloggers Meetup. You don't have to be a blogger or writer to join, ONLY A FEW of our members maintain their own blogs or contribute to review sites such as Yelp and Urban Spoon.


Note: Group policy - new members and first timers are asked to contribute a $10 non-member fee to help pay for the cost of this group on meetup. Thank you.


See you at our events.

Ronald Lee

PS: Due to limited space for bookings, we have a two strikes and you're out policy. If you miss one event, you are given a warning. You are removed on your second no show.

Upcoming events (5)

Western Lake 10 course Chinese Dinner

Western Lake Seafood Restaurant

Western Lake Chinese 10 course Meal I have been here many times before and the food is good with decent portions. This is a set Menu for 10 people. Please see their website for the banquet menu priced at $408.00 or please see attached photo. Due to no shows to reserve your seat please send a e-transfer deposit of $20.00 to: [masked] within 48 hours of signing up and please private message me your number. The $20.00 will be used to pay your own individual portion of your meal. Please bring cash to pay the difference. I will baking special dessert for everyone to share as well. Hope to see some familiar faces and some new ones as well :)

Hallowe'en Costume Crawl with Thierry and Maybe Guu Garden

On Thursday, Oct. 31st, I'm dressing up for work anyway, so why not go for a walk to see if other people are dressed up downtown. Keep in mind that there will be more costumes on the Saturday night beforehand as that's when the clubs have their parties. This will be more of a relaxed stroll as a chance to wear our costumes. Trick or treating for adults. Costumes are mandatory for our walk. Let's meet in Thierry (on Alberni St.) to have coffee/tea, pastries, or a drink (they are licensed) to start. Then we can walk east on Robson St. to Granville St. If anyone is still up for it, we can have a late dinner or large snack at the Guu Garden (Nelson at Hornby). I plan on wearing a blue cloak, but look for posts in the comment section if you can't find us in Thierry. Be sure to post a profile pic to help us find each other. It can be quite busy in this dessert shop, so if you are first to arrive, please try to grab a table. This walk is for those comfortable with walking roughly 1.2 km if we do the whole route from Thierry to Guu Garden. Check this page and the comments before you head out. I'll cancel for really heavy rain or not enough people signing up. We won't wait for latecomers, or try to meet up with them later, so please be on time. If you can't come or are running late, update your RSVP or you can communicate in the comments section. No shows will need to be removed from the group.

Spanish tapas, wines & cocktails

Bodega on Main

Located within walking distance of Main St. Station is a hidden not so hidden gem where you'll find Spanish tapas, wines, and seasonally crafted cocktails. Dinner in Spanish Culture is a light affair, portions are smaller and simplier. Come out, meet new people, converse over wordly issues, while submerging yourself in the Spanish culture. DISCLAIMER: As I am a volunteer and this event includes alchohol, it is your sole responsibility to ensure your own safety when arriving, during, and while leaving the event. By reserving your spot and attending the event, you are waiving your right to sue myself, or meetup from any bodily injuries and/or property damage claims caused by or caused to you in relation to this event. Please do not drink and drive, the restaurant is located right near a skytrain station.

Belly dancers & Moroccan food

Moltaqa Moroccan Restaurant

Moltaqa is translated as a place where people meet and enjoy the whole experience. Moroccan cuisine is a delicious combination of mouthwatering flavors that make it unique. Moroccan food is incredibly diverse, thanks to the country's interaction with other cultures and nations over the centuries. Influenced by Berbers, Arabs, Andalusian, Mediterranean and especially French.

Past events (545)

Eat and Drink - DIM SUM with HEYNI Chinese

Hong Mao Seafood Restaurant

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