Vancouver

(Port Moody, BC)

Restaurant

Honey's Doughnuts

About Us

Owned and operated by Ashifa and Ashak Saferali, Honey’s Doughnuts has been serving Deep Cove with delicious homemade food. Situated in the heart of the community offering home cooked and freshly prepared wholesome food. Honey’s is a haven to all people who enjoy the area’s outstanding natural beauty.

We are especially popular amongst outdoor enthusiasts for our good portions after a days adventure. Honey’s is a place to relax and enjoy the goodness of home cooking.

Deep Cove Community

The quaint beautiful village of Deep Cove is a 20 min drive from Vancouver located at the entrance of Indian Arm on the shore of North Vancouver. The community features kayaking, paddle boarding, a variety of dinning options and many shops to browse. This majestic waterfront community is a great destination for a day trip or just for a meal.

Open Daily 6am - 5pm


Marina Grill

Off of Main St and Mountain Hwy at the Lynnwood Marina right under the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge (2nd Narrows).

FREE PARKING

Eggs Benny, Fish&Chips, Pasta, Prime Rib, Steaks, Seafood, Lobster, Alaska King Crab, Kids Menu and much more.


Contact

Balraj Rakhra
(778) 995-6552

Sandy Purdon
(778) 995-6550

850 Barnett Hwy
Port Moody, BC V3H 1V6

Marina

Reed Point Marina

Marina Services

We pride ourselves on creating a family friendly marina. Strong supporters of marine education and research, we provide a fun atmosphere for boaters of all ages. We are a full service marina with the following services:

Ample Parking, 24hr Security, clean washrooms/showers


Fuel Dock: Open 7 days a week

Marine Research & Education: Proud host to Sea Lion Research & Marine Education Centre

Local Habitat

Reed Point Teams With Wildlife

The waters in and around Reed Point Marina are home to many living things of interest to all of us, but particularly to inquisitive young minds. Almost every day, students board the passenger/research vessel "Oceanwatch" to learn about the seabirds, shorebirds and harbour seals.

The students also study invisibly small organisms. In a five-minute tow of a plankton net behind the boat, they collect a sample of the countless microscopic plants and animals that populate the water in and around Reed Point Marina. They pull in tiny single-celled plant-like diatoms that live in glasshouses and also collect the miniature early stages of barnacles, crabs, shrimp and fish. They are taken back to the floating lab at the Reed Point Marine Education Centre (located on the fuel dock float) where they are studied and sketched using microscopes.

 

Reed Point Marina

850 Barnett Hwy  Port Moody  V3H 1V6

 

 


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