North Vancouver’s iconic Lonsdale Quay Market opened during Expo ’86 as a carnival style marketplace. Almost thirty years later it has evolved into a culinary destination for those seeking fresh, local and unique foods.

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Recently a crop of new eateries has opened at the Quay, further cementing it as a great place to grab lunch or dinner. Check out The Bowen Island Pizza Company with their amazing thin crust pizzas made with local, organic flour and super delicious toppings. The Bite @ the Quay, is a new fusion restaurant with a view, featuring Cantonese and Chinese Dishes on an a la carte and tapas menu. And The Sandwich Shop has a menu of mouthwatering sandwiches loaded with juicy, fresh ingredients.

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Pick up a bottle of wine or a growler of craft beer, bring home fresh seafood for dinner and stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables. A great destination year round, be sure to visit in the summer and fall when a farmers market pops up on Saturdays providing even more choice of fresh, local products.

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Easily accessed from downtown Vancouver by Seabus, you can be at Lonsdale Quay faster than you can get to Granville Island. And if you’re looking for a central location to stay in North Vancouver, why not stay at the Lonsdale Quay Hotel, a charming boutique hotel located on the third floor of the market.

Lonsdale Quay Market is located at:

123 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver
Phone: 604.985.6261
Web: http://www.lonsdalequay.com/

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