We urge you to buy local if you can! Here’s some options for you:
Being a fairly large city, there are many options for grocery shopping in Victoria. We try to 'shop local' for as much as we can so I'll list the local stores first, and try to
A great place to wander through if you have an hour or two is Victoria's Chinatown. It's the oldest Chinatown in Canada and the 2nd oldest in North America behind San Francisco's Chinatown. Located on
Costco There is one Costco in Victoria - located in the community of Langford off Highway #1 (Trans Canada Highway). (See the map for location) Costco Langford Opening Hours Monday 10:00 am - 10:30 pm
FARMER’S MARKETS OR DIRECT FROM THE FARM.
This is by far the best way to shop local – always fresh – always tasty!
SATURDAYS ... March 31 - October 27, 2018 From approximately 9:00am - 4:00pm, rain or shine. During summer months, watch for vendors setting up closer to 8am. Where: Oceanside at
Public Market at the Hudson The Victoria Public Market at the Hudson (#6 – 1701 Douglas Street) Public Market Hours of Operation MONDAY – SATURDAY – 10am –
DATES: January 25, 2018 to October 31, 2018 VENUE: Esquimalt Farmers Market Outdoor Market at Memorial Park in Esquimalt TIME: 4:30-730pm ADMISSION: FREE Indoor pop-up markets will return in January 2018 and will occur monthly, inside the
Winter Markets: November through April, every Saturday, 10am to noon. Indoors, in the Garry Oak Room (1335 Thurlow St) through March. Outdoors , rain or shine, in April. Regular Season Markets:
May (Mother's Day) to the last Sunday in October 2018 Sundays from 11 am to 2 pm Metchosin Municipal Grounds 4450 Happy Valley Road firstname.lastname@example.org Metchosin Farmers' Market is open on Sundays from
FINISHED FOR 2017 APRIL 2 - SEPT 24, 2017 The annual Swap and Shop at Western Speedway is back for 2017! Treasure hunters ... bargain hunters ... or just a
FINISHED FOR 2017 No info yet for 2018 ... will keep checking! The Schoolhouse Market is a monthly market at the Craigflower Schoolhouse in Victoria, BC. We have a variety
June 2 - October 6th, 2018 Saturdays 9 - 1 Saanich Fairgrounds, 1528 Stelly's Cross Road, Saanichton This year’s market opens June 2 in Pioneer Park, part of the Brentwood
FINISHED FOR 2017 Unfortunately, the Breakwater Market will not be operating in 2018.
FINISHED FOR 2017 (Waiting for info for 2018) June 14, July 12, August 9 and September 13 Once a month on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. From 4:00 p.m. -
Every Saturday from May - October 2018 May 12? Will keep you posted when I find more information! from 10 am to 2 pm. Saturdays during summer, in the heart
May 5th – September 29th, 2018 Every Saturday rain or shine Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM The Grassy area on the Corner of Menzies and Superior between the Parliament
There are numerous local farms around Victoria and area that offer seasonal produce/products at their source. One road that has a great deal of farmers selling products is Oldfield Road.
Sunday, May 6th and runs every Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm through September. A unique and exciting place to shop for some local crafts and food items is the Public Market
If you’re looking for something specific or out-of-the ordinary … here’s some suggestions!
If you have a taste for fresh seafood while in Victoria, here's some suggestions of where to buy it! (In no particular order!) The Fish Store - 1 Dallas Rd.
If you prefer to buy your meats from dedicated butcher/meat shops, here are the options for Victoria. The Village Butcher - 2032 Oak Bay Ave. Hours: Tues - Sat 9-6,
Baked Goods in Victoria Whether you're looking for pastries, bread, cakes or other specialty items, here's a list of places to check out! For reviews of each please check TripAdvisor!
If you get a serious chocolate craving while visiting Victoria, here's some delicious suggestions for some true Canadian chocolate! ROGERS' CHOCOLATES Downtown Victoria 913 Government Street Victoria, BC V8W
Deli's in Victoria (In no particular order!) Ottavio's - 2272 Oak Bay Avenue♥ Ottavio offers a true Italian café with Illy Caffè espresso made on traditional manual espresso machines
I first happened upon this place over 20 years ago when it was just a ‘country market’ with the added appeal of having goats grazing on it’s turf roof. It