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Lonsdale Quay Market, North Vancouver
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Indulge in a bit of gastronomic tourism at Lonsdale Quay Market, a waterfront marketplace in the North Vancouver neighborhood. Spread across three floors, the market houses an array of stalls, shops, and restaurants that offer an abundance of food and drink. Purchase fresh seafood and groceries, find the perfect souvenirs to take home from your trip, or sample some delicious local snacks. Sit down to a satisfying meal at one of the restaurants, where you can enjoy the scenic harbor views and the Vancouver city skyline. Work out when and for how long to visit Lonsdale Quay Market and other North Vancouver attractions using our handy North Vancouver trip itinerary builder.
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  • I live near by, and although I enjoy the market, I find the hours too restricting to do my shopping there. The free outdoor events, concerts, yoga, art exhibits are really great and add to our communi...  more »
  • A popular market with all kinds of unique gifts. Has a great variety of casual eating options including Mexican, Greek, crepes, sushi and even roasted meats with two sides at the butcher shop. 
  •  From waterfront station sea bass, 20 minutes at Lonsdale key Pier. Close to quite a large market. In addition to fresh fish, fresh food and souvenir of Canada; You can snack at the food court.  Pretty place. Wine drinkers relish Vancouver across the River at night in the nearby restaurants as well.
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  • Only second to Granville island in terms of item availability and accessibility but a bit quieter with more of a local crowd, if that's what you're looking for. A nice place to stop for lunch if you're heading North. It's accessible by bus, car and SeaBus and offers great views of downtown Vancouver. If you're in for a bite, I'd recommend their fish and chips near the waterfront area.
  • Good selection of shops and restaurants, the market has great seafood, produce, a decent food court, and a good hotel! Great place to kill time waiting for transit (this location is a major transit hub).
  • Nice little touristy market with lots of food options. My favourite is Sharky's and the Soupmeister. Great outdoor area with beautiful view. Free parking is also a plus.
  • If you in the north shore you have to checkout the quay. Great fish place. Sharkies is best for hot homemade food.. and there is microbrewery and a bunch of little shops .. also really good place for photos
  • Lots of food, shops and restaraunts...also farmers markets and craft stores male this an interesting location. Very easy to get to by seabus and lots of transit options make this a very accessible attraction!