Had a lovely time walking the isles looking at the stores and trying to decide what to eat. It wasn't too crowded when we were there- mid morning on a Sunday. The ferry was quick and easy to catch to get there- $5.50 return.
About Granville Island Public Market
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Granville Island Public Market has a flavor all its own but it reminds us of Pikes Place Market in Seattle and Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston with its bustle and variety. There are hundreds of stalls and many restaurants serving food. It is a great...More
If you visit Vancouver you will more than likely visit Granville Island market. Catch a water taxi to the market or even rent a bike and ride around the waterways edge on a excellent bike trail. Great variety of foods can be found grab something...More
Maybe we were missing something but we weren't impressed at all. The market was extremely busy. We visited on a weekday after lunch. I couldn't believe how many people were there. A lot of buildings . Didn't think the atmosphere in any of the buildings...More
We happened to stop here while searching for where we were renting our boat. We stopped in a found this amazing market with so much variety and delicious food. The pizza, the egg sandwich with brats, the burrito, the Chinese food and the little Italian...More
This market has wonderfully presented fresh veggies, mouth watering bakery items, food stands/stalls, a brew pub and a dynamic artistic community with great arts and crafts (potential gifts)-- all located in several buildings!! Even though parts of the market are located under the Granville Bridge...More
Various varieties of fresh ingredients were plentiful. The goods and dishes sold were also good. I ate a bowl-soup at the cafe located right in front of the harbor. Because of the visual, many people buy it, but it was a cheap taste. I would...More
I love a good market, and this one was amazing. So much variety and so much of it fresh. I was in heaven. The atmosphere was buzzing too, which is always nice. When in Vancouver... do yourself a favour!
The best way to learning about any city is to visit the local markets and learn what they eat. Every major European City has its Market Hall and Vancouver is no different. One can see and taste the gastronomic delights and preferences of Vancouverites here...More