Here’s everywhere Seth Rogen and David Chang go in Vancouver in Netflix’s Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Remember earlier this year when Vancouver native Seth Rogen was spotted giving celeb chef David Chang a tour of the city for the cameras?

We learned earlier this month that it was for Chang’s new series on Netflix, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and the show dropped all four of its episodes on Oct. 23.

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Episode 1 is the Vancouver episode, and it’s a real love letter to Vancouver.

Even though it’s a drab and dreary day, Rogen and Chang cover plenty of ground, from the nostalgic to the iconic – with stops for some delicious food in between.

 

Watch the duo blaze up in Queen Elizabeth Park, and in the afternoon get lost in the massive maze at VanDusen Garden. They even head out on the waters of Burrard Inlet for some fishing, and go behind the scenes at a legendary local doughnut shop to see how the jelly gets squirted and glaze gets poured (prime stoner stuff right there).

You can see Chang affirming his love for Vancouver in the show — and, we do know now that the love is serving a further purpose; Chang is opening a Momofuku Noodle Bar here in 2020.

If you want to trek around town on the same journey Rogen and Chang went on, as seen on Netflix, you can use this handy map to guide your way. We’ll leave it up to you whether you want to fuel your day with some puff-puff pass action.

 

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