New this year at the Winter Markets

The air is decidedly chillier these days, which can only mean one thing: winter is coming, and so are our fabulous winter markets!

Starting this Saturday November 2, fans of fresh can bundle up and shop for the best selection of local food in wintertime at Riley Park and Hastings Park Farmers Markets. Alongside a solid roster of  returning favourites, we’ll be introducing a host of new vendors to start the season off right!



Bee Kind’s honey infusions

Bee Kind Honey: This Surrey-based honey producer are bringing a range of infused honeys to Hasting Park starting November 24. Click here for a list of upcoming dates.

Salty Cabbage: Homestyle Korean kimchi in three different flavours – classic, radish, and white kimchi. Catch them weekly at Hastings Park this winter!

Barakah Eats: Food truck serving Pakistani halal curries from the owners of Gulberg Restaurant in Surrey. Find them at Hastings Park starting November 24.

Namì is bringing their authentic bánh mì to the markets this winter

Potter and Co. Craft Coffee: Sustainable, direct-from-farmer sourced coffee beans roasted in Langley, BC. Find them at Riley Park and Hastings Park on the following dates.

Namì – Authentic Vietnamese street eats like bánh mì and vermicelli bowls on offer at Riley Park and Hastings Park starting November 9. More details on dates on this page.

Snowgoose Brewery Co.: If you’re looking for unusual selections of wine make sure to check out Snowgoose Brewery, producers of blueberry, honey, and rice wines. They’ll be landing at Hastings

Vegan braised shiitake dumplings from House of Yee

Park this winter – a complete list of their dates can be found here.

House of Yee Fine Foods: Premium, handcrafted Asian dumplings in five flavours! Classic vegan, golden, jade, chicken, and pork. Find them at Riley Park and Hastings Park. More info on dates here.

MJ’s Caribbean Cuisine: Food truck specializing in authentic Caribbean dishes like jerk chicken, curry goat, and Jamaican patties! Catch them at Hastings Park on these dates.

Sriracha Revolver: You guessed it – sriracha style hot sauce made locally with unusual ingredients like beets, tequila, avocado, and mango. Get some for your hot sauce collection (we know you have one) at Hastings Park on the following dates.

Just a sampling of the Filipino street eats on offer from Shameless Buns this winter

Bouche Kombucha: Raw, small batch kombucha made from organic ingredients. Offering a zero waste bottle refill program when you bring your clean jar, bottle, or growler to the market. Find them at Riley Park and Hastings Park click here for a list of their dates.

Shameless Buns: Vancouver’s newest Filipino food jeepney, serving up handheld Filipino chow at Riley Park and Hastings Park on these dates!

The Winter Markets kick off November 2nd at Riley Park and November 3rd at Hastings Park. more details on times, dates, locations, and vendors at