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DO YOU LIKE TO EAT? Vancouver Foodie Tours hosts fun and delicious walking food tours, all year long! As one of the world's most multicultural cities, there's no better way to experience Vancouver than through it's food! You’ll explore (and indulge...more
Hours Today: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
170-422 Richards St | Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2Z4, Canada
We had the best time on the Granville Island foodies tour with Michael - such a friendly, lovely man who knew so much about food. We were fortunate enough to be the only two on the morning trip so basically had a private tour which...More
My husband and I went on the Best of Downtown food tour. There were 5 stops at different restaurants. Each had a wonderful charm and allowed us to taste multiple items on the menu.
For me, the Chinese Dim Sum and Seafood Chowder was outstanding!!...More
Lydia provided a wonderful introduction to the food scene in Vancouver. We started at Kirin,for Dim Sun, the best Chinese in the city, followed by wine and cheese at Urban fare. Next stop Boulevard Restaurant for their seaside cocktail, shrimp, mussels and chowder. Top off...More
The trip was very fun, varied and we tasted quite good food from different types.
The guide was full of details, knowledge, passion for food and added any many recommendation for Vancouver food & wine (shame we had quite short time).
The group dynamic itself...More
Miguel, our tour guide, was hilarious! He obviously had close personal relationships with all the establishments we visited. It was a pretty comprehensive tour location-wise and with types of cuisine. The dim sum was incredible, the whole foods-like grocery store, the dessert stops and the...More
My husband and I went on a small group tour of the Granville Island Market while attending a business related trip to Vancouver. Our tour guide, Nadia, made this an extremely unforgettable and fun day. Her knowledge of everything food related was amazing! She gave...More
Had a very interesting well spoken guide who was friendly and told us a great deal about Gastown and Vancouver, well managed was making his farewell speech as the Steam clock sounded 6pm!
The food and drink aspect was not at all what we expected...More
My husband and I did the Granville Foodie Tour today and what a fabulous way to experience Granville Island. I highly recommend this tour if you are a tourist or local and want to truly experience Granville Island. Our tour guide, Lisa, was outstanding in...More
This tour was included in our itinerary by our agent but is definitely an “epiphany” in terms of things we will try to do whenever we travel to a new city. The tour was great fun and we learned a huge amount about life and...More
One of the favoured neighbourhoods for a day out, Granville Island's packed theatres and art studios, hobby shops and book stores, restaurants and bars, all offer a plethora of activities and entertainment options, leaving no one bored. The highlight of the area is the Fisherman's Wharf, where the seagulls overhead and the smell of the sea invigorate its many visitors, some of who are there to shop the fresh
wares at the public market, and others of whom have arrived to take in the eclectic atmosphere. A popular seafood destination, and Vancouver's leading spot for improv and amateur theatre, Granville Island is an indulgent, welcoming entertainment centre in any season or time of day.
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The tour starts next to Edible Canada (1596 Johnston Street) by the bistro entrance. You'll see a little square with a bench, a tree, our red Foodie flag and one of our tour guides wearing a red Foodie... More
The tour starts next to Edible Canada (1596 Johnston Street) by the bistro entrance. You'll see a little square with a bench, a tree, our red Foodie flag and one of our tour guides wearing a red Foodie jacket!
From Downtown Vancouver, you can take a taxi (≅10 min) or take a bus (50, 4, 7, 44). If you walk, depending where you stay, it could take about 30 minutes to get to Granville Island. Or you can take the False Creek Ferry or the Aquabus.
Yes - we can accommodate vegetarians and pescetarians on all of our tours! When you book your ticket on our website, simply note this on your booking using the prompts.
We look forward to seeing you soon!