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Granville Island Public Market

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Granville Island Public Market

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supertzar666 wrote a review Nov. 2020
Dunnville, Canada1,010 contributions134 helpful votes
We were visiting Vancouver for the first time so we had to check it out. There is all sorts of different places to eat and drink from bakeries to fresh fruit and vegetables and everything in between. We went on a Tuesday and it wasn't very busy and parking was free. You'll have to back several times to try everything. We will visit when ever in Vancouver.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ND F wrote a review Sep. 2020
Vancouver, Canada370 contributions26 helpful votes
Covid protocols saw the small cart vendors removed from the market to allow for appropriate physical distancing. Enter and exit doors adequately marked though folks were ignoring the signage. Line ups for some vendors and others wide open. I guess it depended on if your goods were a hot/in demand item. No seating inside market but plenty of benches and tables outside. Weather was good so wasn’t an issue to sit outside. Pay parking in effect for all areas now. Still a good number or vendors to choose from and as always, the prices are higher. Can’t beat the merchandising and freshness of product though.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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2Roman wrote a review Aug. 2020
Chilliwack, Canada3 contributions1 helpful vote
Crazy prices, cherries and gooseberries were on the verge of rotting. Get your fruits and veggies in Chilliwack, half the price and three times the quality. Meats were ok.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Rafah S wrote a review Apr. 2020
London, United Kingdom275 contributions42 helpful votes
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As a foodie and one who loves food markets, this was such a cool market to be taken to. From Fresh produce to sweet stalls, it is filled with an emporium of food heaven. Bakery stalls, coffee shops, flowers, and lots to see, a complete feast for the eyes and mouth. The first visit I came with my sister and nieces and managed to get a table and eat from the food stalls - we opted for the Chinese, which was great. My second visit was a solo adventure just hanging out. Very friendly too. I've travelled around as a personal chef and this has to be the friendliest and incredible hospitality within various units around the actual market too. A bread Affair, the bakery across the way, a shop of amazing organic bread and staff to boot. I needed to connect to wifi and the attendant kindly allowed me to do so. I was a visitor in BC from London. It helped me out, and inevitably I bought an amazing cheese and ham croissant from there as with some fresh bread. I also asked where I could buy some good coffee to drink. I got recommended JJ Bean, again that bang on...go there for your coffee. Made my morning of great croissant and coffee, overlooking the harbour.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Russ Lacuata wrote a review Mar. 2020
Long Beach, California8,191 contributions6,415 helpful votes
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The Granville Island Public Market is a must stop for lunch while in Vancouver Canada. Take the mini tugboat across False Creek from Yaletown, the market sits under the Granville bridge. There are 300+ studios and businesses in the old warehouse district. The public market is a foodie paradise. Grab lunch and eat outside listening to street music. Then, shop the craftsman and artisan vendors for souvenirs and stop at Granville Island Brewing for a pint before heading back across the creek.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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