Granville Island, just south of Vancouver, British Columbia, is a pleasant, fun distention. Visit galleries, restaurants, shops, and the famous Public Market for fresh fish, fruits, vegetables, and more.
Vancouver's Sushi & Seafood Trail: Condé Nast Traveler. It’s no wonder the city that introduced Greenpeace and the 100 Mile Diet (a book touting the benefits of eating locally and sustainably) is also home to one of the world’s most sustainable seafood industries. Here’s where to stuff yourself: GoFish on Granville Island. C restaurant. Tojo’s Seafood. Kirin.