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Working in Clark County: John Treadwell and Mark Joseph, UnderBar owners

June 20, 2022, 6:01am Business

With Pride Month in full swing, many LGBTQ+ citizens and their allies are looking for local spots to join the celebration. From simple food and drink, Pride parties, trivia nights,… Read story

Pasta eatery coming to Vancouver waterfront

June 18, 2022, 3:20pm Business

A popular Portland pasta restaurant called Grassa is coming to The Waterfront Vancouver’s RiverWest building. Read story

Ruse Brewing Crust Collective in Vancouver features Detroit-style pizza like the Quattro Cheesey pizza, foreground, and Towering Trees pizza, background, pictured with a glass of Papyrus Iris hazy IPA and antipasto salad.

Ruse Brewing Crust Collective brings a slice of Detroit-style pizza to Vancouver

Ruse Brewing Crust Collective in Vancouver features Detroit-style pizza like the Quattro Cheesey pizza, foreground, and Towering Trees pizza, background, pictured with a glass of Papyrus Iris hazy IPA and antipasto salad.

May 27, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

Detroit pizza hasn’t taken off in Vancouver as it has in Portland. Many locals haven’t discovered the greatness of these rectangular pan pies with cheese-laced crusts that form as cubes of high-fat Wisconsin brick cheese melt down the sides of a hot metal pan. Read story

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

Trap Door Brewing to open in Washougal

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

May 23, 2022, 5:09pm Business

Trap Door Brewing is coming to downtown Washougal. Read story

About 100 Vancouver restaurants got money from the  Restaurant Revitalization Fund last year. But it's likely an equal number that qualified were cut off when the money ran out. "It makes it tough when your other restaurants got the funds and we didn't," said Rachel Allen, co-owner of Allen's Crosley Lanes.

Clark County restaurants left out after Senate votes down pandemic aid

About 100 Vancouver restaurants got money from the  Restaurant Revitalization Fund last year. But it's likely an equal number that qualified were cut off when the money ran out. "It makes it tough when your other restaurants got the funds and we didn't," said Rachel Allen, co-owner of Allen's Crosley Lanes.

May 20, 2022, 6:03am Business

Don and Rachel Allen, owners of Allen’s Crosley Lanes, were approved for more than $1 million from Congress to help their business recover from the effects of the pandemic last year. Read story

Hidden House Market in downtown Vancouver offers a variety of lunch options, but only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday until workers return to their downtown offices.

Laid-back lunchtime: Vancouver eateries offer variety of midday meals that appeal to patrons’ new leisurely approach

Hidden House Market in downtown Vancouver offers a variety of lunch options, but only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday until workers return to their downtown offices.

May 13, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

Lunch has changed. People in business attire leaving their desks, lining up to eat at noon and then rushing back to the office isn’t happening anymore. Read story

Linda Mouy, left, holds daughter Nina, 3, while her husband, Sonny, holds their other daughter, Isla, 1, as they talk about Short and Sweet, a boba, mochi doughnut, and banh mi shop they are creating in the former location of Rosemary Cafe.

Short and Sweet boba, banh mi shop to open in Rosemary Cafe site in downtown Vancouver

Linda Mouy, left, holds daughter Nina, 3, while her husband, Sonny, holds their other daughter, Isla, 1, as they talk about Short and Sweet, a boba, mochi doughnut, and banh mi shop they are creating in the former location of Rosemary Cafe.

May 11, 2022, 6:02am Business

Boba lovers, banh mi mavens and mochi doughnut denizens will soon have a new downtown spot to savor their culinary obsessions. Read story

Ruse Brewing opens at Waterfront Vancouver

April 28, 2022, 6:04am Business

A new brewery and pizzeria called Ruse Brewing opened at The Waterfront Vancouver last week. Read story

Pho Haven, a Vancouver Vietnamese restaurant at 2014 Main St., is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements.

Uptown Vancouver’s Pho Haven closes

Pho Haven, a Vancouver Vietnamese restaurant at 2014 Main St., is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements.

April 28, 2022, 6:01am Business

Pho Haven, a Vietnamese restaurant in Vancouver’s Uptown Village, is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements. Read story

The scorched interior of Diosa, a new Mexican restaurant that was scheduled to open in downtown Vancouver next week. Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said the Thursday afternoon fire was caused by sparks from unpermitted pyrotechnic machines igniting a decoration on the ceiling of the restaurant.

Diosa, pyrotechnic firm fined in wake of fire at downtown Vancouver restaurantvideo icon

The scorched interior of Diosa, a new Mexican restaurant that was scheduled to open in downtown Vancouver next week. Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said the Thursday afternoon fire was caused by sparks from unpermitted pyrotechnic machines igniting a decoration on the ceiling of the restaurant.

April 23, 2022, 6:00am Business

Large, indoor sparklers caused $277,000 in damage to Diosa, a new upscale Mexican restaurant in downtown Vancouver, Thursday afternoon after a spark ignited ceiling decorations while about 60 people were inside. Read story