Who need double-salted caramel or Jamaican thyme-infused blackberry creations when you’ve got good old-fashioned sugar pies and bumbleberry flans. Serving up a mix of savoury (clam chowder, tourtiere, and mushroom pot pies) and sweet (strawberry, raspberry-rhubarb, and apple), A La Mode has been a Granville Island Market mainstay for 25 years. You don’t stick around a quarter-century without being good at what you do.
Might we recommend the company’s coconut-cream dream that Gilligan would not only give up dates with both Ginger and Mary-Anne for, but also the keys to his island’s made-from-bamboo car? Or you could just ask yourself “What would Agent Cooper order?” and keep it simple with the cherry.
Events near A La Mode Restaurant & Bakery Cafe approx. 15 minutes away
Shrine: Canadian Felt Exhibition
SHRINE is a group exhibition created by felt :: feutre canada members from across Canada. The work asks participating artists to create a...More info
The Karen Flamenco Dance Company performs its latest production.More info
Ten²: Affordable art in your city
The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) on Granville Island will give avid art collectors and new enthusiasts an opportunity to purchase...More info
THE HOW AND THE WHY
A play about evolution, feminism, and family.More info
Full Pint Comedy
Bringing them jokes to The Taproom at Granville Island Brewing every single Tuesday. Just five dollars to see top touring comedians you...More info