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Make a difference - dine out and support people living with HIV/AIDS on Thurday March 7, 2013. Dining Out For Life is BC’s largest restaurant fundraiser, benefiting A Loving Spoonful and Friends For Life. Participating restaurants will contribute 25% of their food sales to people living with HIV/AIDS. Invite your friends & dine out on March 7!

One of the Drive's best new dining experiences — Merchant's Oyster Bar on the corner of Graveley and Commercial serves up the bounty of the Pacific Northwest like nowhere else in the city.

This great little venue of Francis Regio's (also owner of Cork and Fin in Gastown) specializes in freshly shucked oysters, but don't forget to check out their chalkboard specials too. 

Vancouver Sun's Mia Stainsby reviews Via Tevere authentic Neapolitan pizzeria on Victoria Drive. Her review should put this little destination pizzeria on your must-visit gastronomic list, but be sure to heed her tip on getting there early to avoid the wait!

If ever there was a team of qualified foodie aficionados it would be the editorial team of Edible Vancouver. Their review of Commercial Drive produce vendors, restaurants, delis and cafes is a great read!

The results are in! Commercial Drive is a hit with the Georgia Straight's annual Golden Plate Awards. Congratulations everyone!

Here's the January, 2008 list of restaurants recommended and anonymously visited by Vancouver Sun restaurant critic Mia Stainsby. All are within her great value category that covers dinner for 2 with 3 courses and a glass of wine each for under $50 before tip and taxes.

The results are in! Commercial Drive is a hit with the Georgia Straight's annual Golden Plate Awards. Congratulations everyone!

The results are in! Commercial Drive is a hit with the Georgia Straight's annual Golden Plate Awards. Congratulations everyone!

Call it Carnival on Commercial. Yesterday's World Cup soccer final drew all of Vancouver to celebrate on funky Commercial Drive. Fans sat on parking meters, pickups and park benches while the less fortunate lined up 20-deep outside the drive's cafes to get a glimpse of the game.

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