After 11 years of bringing you local reporting, the team behind the Vancouver Observer has moved on to Canada's National Observer. You can follow Vancouver culture reporting over there from now on. Thank you for all your support over the years!

Autumn's top food events

Take time to enjoy fall with all the Vancouver food events

Fall is finally upon us. Now that everyone is settled back into school and work, take some time to squeeze in a few fun hours and check out some of these great Vancouver food events.

Any Saturday in October until the 27th: River District Farmer’s Market

Any Saturday in October until the 27th: Savour Saturdays at Lonsdale Quay

October 6, 2012: Sake Tasting Night

October 7, 2012: Bowen Island Apple Fest

October 12, 2012: Toast to the Coast food and wine fundraiser

October 13, 2012:  BC Beer Awards

October 13, 2012: 2nd Annual Nikkei Fall Farvest Fair

Ocotber 13 - 14, 2012: UBC Botanical Gardens Apple Festival

October 17 to 25, 2012: Taste of Yaletown (list of participating restaurants comes  out Oct 2nd)

October 19, 2012: Learn how to eat weeds at the Yaletown Roundhouse centre

October 19  - 21, 2012: It's all Greek to Me! Original Greek Food Festival

October 21, 2012:  Farms to Forks

October 23, 2012: Vancouver Foodster’s Food Talks Volume 4

Throughout October Oktober Fest at the MARKET at Shangri La Vancouver

November 7, 2012: Whistler Cornucopia

November 21, 2012: Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown


Do you know of any other fall food/drink events? Leave a comment or email me and we'll add it to the list! 

More in Food

19-year-old wins first place in prestiges Jeunes Chefs Rotisseurs competition

Amber Fleetwood took first place in the student category for the Jeunes Chefs Rotisseurs competition.

"Höhöhö" at Jack Poole Plaza

Teutonic treats @ Weihnachtsmarkt's new digs on Waterfront Road

A quirky approach to classic pizza and beer

Beer and pizza can summon reminiscences of summer evenings, sitting on a Vancouver patio. But now the leaves are turning red, pumpkins are orange, and the autumn breezes are putting a chill on...
Speak up about this article on Facebook or Twitter. Do this by liking Vancouver Observer on Facebook or following us @Vanobserver on Twitter. We'd love to hear from you.