24 Hours in Vancouver, British Columbia with Erin Ireland

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Latte at Bump 'n Grind | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Morning Sea Walk | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com
24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Yolks | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Breakfast at Beaucoup Bakery | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Ice Cream at Earnest Ice Cream | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Lunch at Miku | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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24 Hours in Vancouver with Erin Ireland | Dinner and Drinks at L'Abbatoir | @saltandwind | http://saltandwind.com

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Erin Ireland, food reporter, artisan baker, and the creator of To Die For, knows a thing or two about the Vancouver food scene since she's built her career on connecting Vancouverites with the most delicious and ethically-sourced food in the city. So, it's only natural that we asked her to show us where she'd eat on her one perfect day in her city.

Vancouver is a special place, it's cosmopolitan yet we're really close to nature. Drive fifteen minutes from downtown and you can find yourself in the middle of the forest, on top of a mountain, or at the water's edge, so it's no surprise we've been ranked one the "greenest cities" in the world. Those factors have helped shaped the local food scene, which has come a long way over the past 15 years. We have global flavors with a local focus and it's hard to find a newer restaurant that doesn't source ethically raised meat. From croissants that rival Paris' to the best sushi I've ever had, here's how'd I'd spend my 24 hours in Vancouver.

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