I can’t wait to show you why every Bite at Granville’s market Tells A Story. We will take the ferry to Granville Island our local food market. The market is the city’s unofficial food capital and a must-visit for anyone coming to Vancouver. Spectacular butchers, dynamic fishmongers and a collection of unbelievable bakeries and coffees make visiting a feast for all five senses. I’ve selected some of the absolute best from all the vendors to learn, eat and enjoy the flavours of Vancouver’s food heaven’s market. From an array of cured meats, root veggies, cheese, coffees, teas, bread, fruits and doughnuts made to order. You’ll leave full of food and history.
As a food and travel writer, my stories have been published and inspire readers in many publications in the country. After visiting many fishermen's wharves and public markets worldwide, I found that Granville Island is one of the world's most authentic markets of fresh and delicious food, produce and seafood. Salmon, Dungeness crab, spot prawns, a variety of clams, fruits and vegetables are part of the cuisine of the Pacific Canada region.
Charcuterie, cheese, tea
Granville Island is a hidden gem for local chefs, live music fans, and families. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver. On top of the market, Granville Island provides amenities like a marina, hotel, art studios, theatre, and shopping. Yaletown is a stylish, historical district of Vancouver BC. Yaletown combines a sophisticated, cosmopolitan atmosphere with the friendly attitude found at boutique shops and local restaurants.
Bring your appetite + camera (or charged phone) for pics + memories. All our Food Tours run Rain, Snow or Shine, so please dress for the weather.
West coast market to table