My Vancouver: Gastown Food Tour, tasty goodness for the eyes
Taste Vancouver Food Tours provides an excursion through one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods with nuggets of history and morsels of food. Over 2.5 hours in Gastown, we make the following stops (see list below) where there’s enough food in total to fill a person up, but there are individual standouts where we wanted more.
- Starbucks – Waterfront Station
- SteamWorks Brew Pub – website
- Brioche Urban Eatery – website
- 131 Water Kitchen & Bar – website
- Peckinpah – website
- Bao Down Gastown – website, see also my 1-picture post
- Soft Peaks – website
- Trees Organic Gastown – website
- Canadian Maple Delights (Délices Érable & Cie) – website
- Roger’s Chocolates – website
I’ll let the following pictures do the talking and describing, but my 3 favourites are the Bao Chicka Bao Bao sandwich at Bao Down, the Sicilian tortellini at 131 Water, and the pulled pork sandwich at Peckinpah.
Click on the “arrow-window” icon at the upper-left corner of the map below to view the locations on the Gastown Food Tour (4 May 2016).
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Thanks to Taste Vancouver Food Tours for making available their Gastown Food Tour to the BC Association of Travel Writers, and to Brent Hirose for his excellent guided tour. I made all of the photos above on 4 May 2016 with the Canon EOS6D and the 50/1.4 prime. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins.com as http://wp.me/p1BIdT-8q4.
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