at Granville Island Market. I was busy in the morning moving my vehicles around and before you knew it, it was 1pm. I was getting hungry but we have a roast in the oven with family coming over so I decided to go down to the food area of the Granville Island market
to have a snack to keep my stomach happy. We noticed a lot of children dress in hallowe'en attire chasing the pigeons
This Market is on an island in the middle of False Creek accessed by a causeway underneath the Granville Street bridge. Here is part of the seating area in the food court. Not many tables and today we shared our table with another couple
You can buy nearly anything here, from fruit and vegetables to meat, restaurants, fine dining and there is even a Hotel on the Eastern end
or you can just have a coffee and people watch.
I didn't want to have dinner food for lunch, so I settled on a Crepe from this place; Ham and Feta with a single shot Americano, and a Raspberry Scone. They make them right in front of your eyes
I walked up the stairs to give you this bird's eye view. The market is very large and there are buildings all over the Island and is frequented mostly by locals this time of year
I am noticing more and more Vegan products are available and I couldn't help but snap a photo for a popular Vegan Blogger
Perhaps next time I come here, I am tempted to try one of these
or some of these. I have always loved Tofu
You notice how busy it is down here on a Sunday afternoon.
You are able to find many specialty items not available elsewhere. I salivate every time I pass by the Bakery display. (Photo above, left) If you ever find yourself in Vancouver I would be pleased to take you here