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Blue Canoe Waterfront: Raw and Fried Oysters

Usually, Pajo’s is our place to go when we head over to Steveston. However, when we’re looking for something other than fish & chips, we like to try some of the other restaurants along the Bayview Pier.
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Mary’s Italian Gelato and Ice Cream – Rainbow Sherbet

If you’ve ever been to Steveston and had a hankering for ice cream while you stroll along the boardwalk, you’ve probably stopped by Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt.
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Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt – Mixed Berry Froyo

Summer seems to have come and gone so quickly in Vancouver this year and now we’re well into Fall. That won’t stop me from reminiscing about our trip down to Steveston back in August when we picked up some of Timothy’s frozen yogurt.
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Sockeye City Grill

Sockeye City Grill is one of the many food establishments located on the main boardwalk in Steveston. As you can imagine in a fishing village such as Steveston, the focus is on seafood.
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Outpost Mini Donut Co. – Mini Donut Heaven

If you want proof that great things come in small packages, just take a look at Outpost Mini Donut Co. in Steveston.
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Pajo’s (Steveston) – Halibut and Chips

No trip to Storybrooke is complete without some good eats. Specifically, something with seafood!
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Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt – White Chocolate Raspberry Gelato

When you’re walking around Steveston on a sunny day, it’s best to grab some ice cream to go. Timothy’s Frozen Yogurt is conveniently located on the pier and serves gelato, sorbetto, and frozen yogurt.
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Steveston Pizza Co. – The Princess Pizza

Steveston Pizza is known for their outrageously creative pizzas… pictures of their elaborate and ornate pizzas litter social media feeds everywhere.
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Zee’s Grilled Cheese – Cheesy Steveston

There was a time when the only food you could find around Steveston was fish and chips. Now, don’t get me wrong… I love fish and chips. But, sometimes, you just get a craving for something ooey and gooey. And what could be ooier and gooier than grilled cheese?
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The Cannery Cafe – Nice Breakfast Spot in Steveston

The Cannery Cafe in Steveston is probably best known for serving as the location of Granny’s Diner in the TV show Once Upon A Time. When I arrived here for breakfast one morning, I was actually surprised that the interior doesn’t resemble the set on OUAT.
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Pajo’s Fish & Chips (Garry Point)

Most visitors to Steveston know of Pajo’s on the Steveston Wharf.  It’s hard to miss the bright yellow umbrellas and the droves of customers lining up for freshly fried seafood.  What you might not know is that only a few blocks over in the nearby Garry Point Park is another Pajo’s location.

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La Chocolaterie – Coconama

While we were down at the Steveston Farmers Market in July, we came across a tent from La Chocolaterie (normally located in the Izumi-Ya Marketplace).

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