The Granville Island Public Market features a farmers market, day vendors, and artists offering a various of local Vancouver ... More
Granville Island Public Market
The Granville Island Public Market features a farmers market, day vendors, and artists offering a various of local Vancouver culinary offerings. There are fifty permanent retailers in the market offering local products. In addition, there are over one-hundred Day vendors in stalls throughout the market selling a variety of Artisan cottage-industry foods and unique handmade crafts on a rotating schedule. Source: Wikipedia
I was just disappointed that in the food court, the greek squid plate with some veggies are worth more than $10 and over-cooked. I should have dined in to SandBar or Granville Hotel instead. There are not enough choices of seafoods, so freaking expensive. But in general, customer service are great, views are great and I did enjoy water taxis.
Living in Vancouver, this is one of the best places to go within the city. It has everything! Great food, atmosphere (especially on a sunny day, you can sit by the Bay and eat foods from all over the world while listening to the street entertainers), and environment to go to whether you're from the city or just visiting. For an added bonus try walking from Kits Beach to Granville Island... it's scenic and beautiful, especially on a sunny day.. can't get any better!
I visited this market in 2003. It was included in a city tour. We have nothing quite like this where I live. I have never seen such beautiful fruits and vegies. Also many food stands. I settled for an apricot scone and a cup of coffee and went outside to a large patio area by the water to eat. I loved it. My only complaint is that we weren't here long enough for me.
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