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Old 06-13-2009, 12:38 AM   #1
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Best picnic baskets in Vancouver with different food varieties

Hi, I was wondering where I could buy or order picnic baskets that have food included in it, desserts, appetizers or even drinks for a decent price + delivery

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Provence Marinaside in Yaletown has them. My friend ordered the English Bay one before and said the food was good!
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You could just do one up yourself. That way you use the ideas from other places, but you pick the items that you like. Cheese and a baguette are staples. You could add slices of meat and grapes.
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i just tried the Provence one...pretty good. thx for the tip
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Provence Marinaside in Yaletown has them. My friend ordered the English Bay one before and said the food was good!
I would expect it to be good if it's from Provence! I didn't know they did this. Sweet!

There is a gourmet food place near the corner of Burrard and 3rd Ave that I think also has picnic baskets.
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capers has several picnic basket packages requires several hours to 24hrs notice last i checked.

the cannery also has a package
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