Culinary travel in the West

The very best destinations, trips, and dining experiences for foodies

Taste the West: Vancouver

Cross the border into B.C. for farm-fresh produce, trend-setting pie, and the best Chinese food this side of Shanghai

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A foodie’s bazaar
Janis Nicolay

A foodie’s bazaar

The Public Market on Granville Island—a gritty-warehouse-district-turned-artisanal-heaven—is the mother ship of all things delicious. Our favorites from its 50-plus vendors include Oyama Sausage Company for the homemade charcuterie (including a standout elk-juniper salami); Granville Island Tea Company for spicy chai; and Edible British Columbia, which sells local goodies like birch syrup and black sesame sea salt.

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