What: Luscious produce, local cheeses, ethnic snacks, fish’n’chips, salmon candy, and much more (including nonedibles!), from 70-plus vendors in a once-industrial manufacturing area turned tourist (and local) attraction.

Where: Granville Island Public Market (1661 Duranleau St., map), a feast for the senses and a must for any hungry visitor to this city.

When: Sun-Thurs, 9am-9pm; Fri-Sat, 9am-10pm

Order: Whatever strikes your fancy, but here’s a start: local seasonal produce, like berries and cherries, from Sunlight Farms; ready-to-eat risotto cakes and chicken-curry pockets from Laurelle’s Fine Foods; artisanal breads like fig and anise from Terra Breads; pate, sausage, and local cheese from Oyama Sausage Co.; spicy maple pecans from Edible British Columbia across the street. Don’t forget to try the island’s beer! Plan your day on Granville Island with this helpful map.

Good to know: In warm months, pick up supplies for a picnic and cart em to nearby Vanier Park or Kits beach.