Granville Island Shops

Granville Island Shops

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1661 Duranleau St., Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3S3, Canada

Many of Granville Island’s most interesting shops are actually located outside the boundaries of the Public Market. Among our favorites are Artisan Sake Maker, where owner Masa Shiroki sells and offers tastings of his handcrafted rice wine (1339 Railspur Alley; 011-1-604-685-7253; www.artisansakemaker.com); Alder Bay Boat Company, where owner David Bradford practices the almost-lost art of hand-building exquisite wooden rowboats and sailboats (1247 Cartwright St.; 011-1-604-685-1730); and The Umbrella Shop, filled with beautiful locally designed umbrellas (1550 Anderson St.; 011-1-604-697-0919; www.theumbrellashop.com).

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