There are lots of neat food stands. We ate dinner here and everyone in our party was able to sample something different. All delicious!
About Granville Island Public Market
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It might be easy for some to describe, but for others including myself, it's a hazy X-factor that's not easy to pin down as to what makes this public market so attractive. There are many things to like, the waterside location, the craft-sy stalls with...More
This is by far one of the best markets I've been to. I've been to the Pike Market in Seattle, the Camden market in Camden UK, the Spitalfields Market in London, etc. The food here is reasonably priced and very tasty. The people are very...More
I have yet to take a visitor in our home to Grandville Island where they didn't love the place. And, most repeat visitors to our home ask to go again. There is lots to see & enjoy. Personally, 60-90 minutes here is more than enough.
This was our first time here. It was interesting to walk around and see the local artisans wares, but it was very overpriced. The public market however, had great prices on produce and many different varieties of items I wouldn't find at home. We bought...More
We took the No 50 bus to Granville Island (False Creek is the destination). Great market selling fruit, vegetables, food, cakes, knick knacks etc. art Galleries , kids toy stores etc etc. After walking around we took the water taxi back to Vancouver. Well worth...More
This market situated on Granville Island is a good place to visit as a tourist. It's similar to many markets in Canada like the St Lawrence's market in Toronto. A mix of fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood stalls alongside a section on cooked food and...More
Loved visiting this market this past Saturday. Fun food options for all and lots of artisans selling their goods. A little expensive, but in line with other Vancouver prices. Took the sky train to Olympic Village and then the False Creek ferry...try to have cash...More
I went mid-day on a Friday and of course it was busy. We were able to find parking but it wasn't super easy. Lots to see here. A photographers dream. Our main goal was to find Al La Mode for their clam chowder cobbler. It...More
The second most popular attraction in Canada, Grancille Island is great but the public market is the best for foodies and those who like to browse. Have a snack or meal in the food hall, not brilliant food but cheap by Canadian Standards.