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.
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).
If you’re out in Steveston during the summer months, one place you have to make sure you stop by is Screamers Soft Serve and Treats. Read the rest of this entry
We were out at the Steveston Farmers Market in July with Sophie and came across this little tent serving up Pocket Pies. Read the rest of this entry
Nothing says summer more than shave ice. If you’ve never been to Hawaii before, you’re probably wondering how this differs from a regular snow cone. Unlike a snow cone which uses crushed ice, shave ice has much finer ice which absorbs the syrups better.
It’s been a few years since I first ate at Pajo’s down on the Steveston Wharf but I’ve been determined to come back. It’s just that Steveston is a bit of a drive for me and, being an outdoor eatery, it’s best to save this for a sunny day. Read the rest of this entry
Just to be clear, I’m not a BBQ aficionado… “Kansas City” style BBQ? I honestly have no clue. My level of BBQ knowledge is pretty much summarized by the few months of the year that we fire up the grill in the backyard. That’s not to say that I don’t know what I like though. Read the rest of this entry
I had originally wanted to try Outpost Mini Donut Co. out in Storybrooke, er, I mean Steveston, but they were closed (despite their facebook page saying they open at 10am everyday)… grrr! Hate it when someone’s website has incorrect information. Fortunately, I did have a fall back plan on this bright and sunny Saturday morning… namely Bell’s Bake Shop. Read the rest of this entry
A number of years ago, we used to visit Steveston quite often on the weekends to shop at some of the quaint shops. As more and more shops closed down over the years, our visits became fewer and far between. It seems, however, that there is a bit of invigoration within the community lately. Perhaps it’s the prominent faux Storybrooke shops used in the Once Upon a Time tv show that’s drawing more people here. Read the rest of this entry
There’s a ton of places to find fish and chips in Steveston but what do you do if you have a hankering for something a little different? What about Malaysian food on the pier? Fortunately, the one Malaysian restaurant in Steveston happens to be right on the pier (albeit a bit hidden) located near the Hog Shack.
Shady Island Seafood touts their fish and chips as “The Best on the Boardwalk”. That sounds like fighting words if you ask me. Steveston has no shortage of places to find great fish and chips so what do you have to do to be the “best on the boardwalk”? Read the rest of this entry