Inside the Granville Island Public Market is a shop that serves roast meats, sandwiches, and carries specialty infused olive oils and vinegars on tap. I’ve admired some of their hot savory foods before but have never tried them out. Since we had just had a seafood fest at the Sandbar, I just grabbed some sweets to bring home. Read the rest of this entry
I know that there are a lot of places to eat at Granville Island but one of our default go-to places is the Sandbar. Run under the same banner that manages The Teahouse, Cardero’s, and Seasons in the Park, they know how to put together a good plate of food and all have beautiful locations… perfect for a date.
There are so many great places to dine at Granville Island… I guess it’s a good thing that we don’t live closer otherwise we’d never leave. Whet is located near the entrance of Granville Island (where the old Sammy J Peppers used to be) across from the Kids Market. Read the rest of this entry
Located directly under The Sandbar, we’ve often seen the large ice cream statue that’s situated in front of the Relief boat through their large windows. Despite coming to Granville Island on many occasions, we’ve never actually tried the gelato down here until just recently. Read the rest of this entry
If you’ve been reading some of my previous posts, you’ll probably get the idea that I like bacon (and chocolate)… so it really shouldn’t be much of a surprise that when I heard about the Tribute to Canadian Bacon at the Edible Canada take out window, I had to try it out when we visited Granville Island recently. Read the rest of this entry
I’ve walked by Siegel’s Bagels many times while maneuvering through the crowded Market at Granville Island but I’ve never taken the time to see what they have to offer… I figured they had bagels but, so what? I mean, sure, I like bagels but there are so many other things at Granville Island to grab your interest like nearby Lee’s Donuts. Read the rest of this entry
We were a bit disappointed recently when we stopped by Dockside Restaurant around 11am for lunch only to find out that their lunch menu didn’t start until 11:30am. Not really feeling in the mood for breakfast, we stayed for a quick bite and then headed down to The Sandbar afterwards for the lunch we were hoping for.
There are lots of places in Granville Island to grab a quick bite or pick up a few tasty morsels… one place that we keep going back to is Terra Breads located in the Market. Read the rest of this entry