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Victoria Dining Guide

Victoria Dining Guide

Wondering where to dine in Victoria? I LOVE trying new restaurants, and I've been compiling my BIG list of favourite eateries for more than a decade. Click the fork-and-spoon image to read my Victoria Dining Guide.

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Farmers’ Markets & Artisans’ Markets: Greater Victoria’s Wonderful Public Markets

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Throughout the summer months in Greater Victoria, outdoor farmers’ and artisans’ markets offer some of the best free entertainment in the city. The more established annual markets start up in April/May, and some carry on well into October and even November. Some put up their tents every week, while others . . . → Click to read full blog

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Wonderful Oak Bay Village Night Market: Victoria, BC

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The monthly summer Oak Bay Village Night Market is such a great event in this upscale British enclave of Victoria, I’m surprised how little publicity it gets. I searched a half dozen Oak Bay related websites, including a community calendar, the official Oak Bay Tourism site, and others, and couldn’t . . . → Click to read full blog

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Local Secret: Scrumptious BBQ Salmon Burgers at Victoria’s Moss St. Market

Watch for this "BBQ Salmon Burgers" cart at the Moss Street Market on Saturdays in Fairfield; Sidney Night Market on Thursdays; and the third Wednesday of the month at the Oak Bay Night Market. Summers only. in Sidney, and Moss

Camera in one hand, barbequed salmon burger in the other. Hey, I had to take a bite so you could see the inside, right? :)

You might think $7.50 is a bit much for a salmon sandwich. And if the filling was canned salmon, I’d have to agree. . . . → Click to read full blog

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Wednesday Night Market in Oak Bay, Monthly Through September

If you’re looking for something fun to do after work today (Wednesday, August 18, 2010), stop by the Oak Bay Village Night Market.

Between 4 pm and 8 pm, Oak Bay Avenue will be closed from Hampshire Road to Monterey Avenue so visitors can wander among the tables of . . . → Click to read full blog

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