Posts like this are valuable to me because the identify several places at once, although they are also something of a burden for the same reason.
There was a very bare mention of Fol Epi.
All I could find was a mention in the on-line version of Vancouver Magazine:
Artisan baker Cliff Leir moved lock and stock to bare all in his brand-new digs at uber-green Dockside Green. The wheat silo and hand-built wheat grinder are in place and the au natural décor of salvaged fir, brick, and rock is a fitting tribute to the earthy delights on the rise. Boule, baguettes, whole wheat, and pumpernickel are the daily wood-fired breads, while all-butter croissants, organic pain au chocolat and fruit Danish, and morish schneckens—a swirl of pastry with raisins and a slathering of Grand Fir syrup—give reason to wake up in the morning.
(The "bare all" looks like a typo, to me. Nude bakers are rather rare.)