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willowbrook_503-19705 FRASER HWY, LANGLEY, BC V3A 7E9

langley, bc

Langley was one of the first cities to become occupied in British Columbia.
Early European settlement in the area was known as "Innes Corners" (after homesteader Adam Innes); tin 1911, the area became known as "Langley Prairie". To date the city is known for it’s fantastic wine, country music, car shows and the historic Fort Langley.

_store hours.

Saturday9:30am-6pm
Sunday11am-6pm
Monday9:30am-6pm
Tuesday9:30am-6pm
Wednesday9:30am-9pm
Thursday9:30am-9pm
Friday9:30am-9pm
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eat here

Osteria & Cheesebar
20330 88 ave

From the moment you walk in, you are famiglia... you will enjoy the finest cheeses and an Italian menu like no other in your own backyard.

Little Donkey
#125, 9220 Glover Road

Little Donkey, the direct translation of the word “burrito” in Spanish! Located in the historic village of Fort Langley. You can expect amazing food, fantastic beer in a casual, social and trendy atmosphere.

Estrellas Montreal Deli 5932 200 St

The best smoked meat, this side of Montreal! This small deli is always buys, and with good reason: is consistently tender and delicious!

Vista D'oro Farms & Winery 346 208 St

Explore the family owned and operated farm. It is truly a culinary agritourism destination located in South Langley, on ten acres overlooking Campbell Valley Park and Golden Ears Mountain Range.

Backyard Winery
3033–232nd Street

The best kind of neighbour to have! They have been producing award-winning varietals, blended, and bubbly wines from 100% BC grapes grown on-site in our own vineyard and complemented with fruit selected from the Fraser Valley and South Okanagan. Enjoy the perfect backdrop for a private tasting or event in their tasting room and under the gazebo.

hang out here

fort langley

Rising from the mist of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Inside the walls, rough-hewn timber buildings recreate the rugged 1800s. See where Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with California gold prospectors and hear First Nations interpreters tell century-old tales. Feel the blast of the musket fire, pan for gold dust dreams and dress up to play a historic trading boss.