Granville Island Public Market

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Granville Island Public Market has all sorts of locally-made picnic supplies, which you can take with you on your way to your next adventure. The market can be crowded and overwhelming, however. If you fear you may lose stamina poking around produce stands and pie shops before you find the best artisan eats, book a Granville Island Market Tour with Vancouver Foodie Tours. They lead you through two hours of tasting including locally-made charcuterie, small-batch cheese, doughnuts and even fermented cuisine.

On Thursdays in summer, there’s a farmer’s market outside of the public market which has an even better selection that the smorgasbord within.

1689 Johnston Street, Granvilleisland.com/public-market

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