Tiny Bubbles

Small Bubbles

At 28th and Main there is a little tea house that may have shortest store front in Vancouver.

Doubtfull this will make it into the Guiness book of records but it is unique in size for the area. I didn’t have my measuring tape with me but by pacing the frontage it is approximately 10 feet.

In the past there were a couple of smoke shops in the downtown core that were very much smaller than this store however, I’m not sure if they are still in existence.

Hard To Miss

Though it is small, it stands out from the other stores as the color scheme makes it hard to miss. I never did get a chance to sample their Bubble Tea as it was closed for business,.

Have you seen a smaller store?

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Reader Comments:

September 18th, 2010 at 11:10 pm

I’m pretty sure Gassy Jack Cigars in Gastown is narrower.


(I don’t smoke, just noticed it in passing.)

September 19th, 2010 at 11:44 pm

Thanks for that. Yes I was wondering if any of the small smoke shops were still around. I do remember one near Hastings and Burrard but it may now be gone.

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