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The Market maybe too popular now. We attended the Market 15 years ago and loved it. Now we have been to the Market twice in the last year; in Feb and at the end of August. It is not unique anymore. The food court items...More
DH and I really enjoyed our visit here ... if we hadn't been planning to eat lunch at Nando's, we would have taken advantage of the food vendors here. Prices aren't cheap by any means, but the quality looks to be pretty high.
worth the hype. reminds one of the market on las ramblas ,barcelona. heaps of fruits and veggies tantalisingly displayed to make you drool. lots of artisinal shops--think of one selling macaroons --yum.
lots of options for food from italian to asian. easy half day can...More
Parking wasn’t too bad but it’s very crowded due to Labor Day weekend. I loved the foods and vendors. Most of them were nice while a few were a bit rude. There are shops before you head into the public market to browse through. We...More
I always enjoy going to the local markets to find out what is special. This was no exception! Stroll the aisle of fresh fruit, meat, seafood, cheese... Great place to have lunch. Then stroll the galleries and boutiques close by. If you have more time...More
Definitely the place to browse and buy some fresh local produce. We bought some divine macaroons and fudge which were yum! Also worthwhile exploring the interesting surrounding streets where you can visit indigenous galleries, the Broom Co and many more places of interest.
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.
Sorry do not know of an exact place for gluten free. There are numerous dining places on the island as well as food shops in the Public Markets. You would have to check with those places if they have gluten free food... More
Sorry do not know of an exact place for gluten free. There are numerous dining places on the island as well as food shops in the Public Markets. You would have to check with those places if they have gluten free food available. Go to their website for more information.