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killarney market: It's the end of an era for Tito, who opened Killarney Market with his brother John in 1993, according to Vancouver Courier. For 25 years, it was the anchor of a plaza in residential south Vancouver that was also home to medical offices, a Chevron and a Wally's Burgers. Why are you retiring she cried.article continues below Trending Stories Man kicks librarian in stomach at homeless housing meetingB.C. couple kill and eat adopted rescue pet pig Who's going to pay for 4/20 at Sunset Beach Tribunal rejects gay discrimination complaint against District of North mom-and-pop stores make a comeback Killarney Killarney Market gets its 15 minutes of fame I'm 75! said Tito Chiang with a smile, because he's actually 68. Killarney Market was a rare independent grocery store that boasted the size of a chain supermarket and carried products from all over the world everything from Turkish comb honey to smoked eel from Holland. There's no ethnic aisle here. Because the Chiangs came from Peru, there was an impressive Peruvian section with stock such as aj amarillo paste, made from a local chili, and cans of golden Inca Kola. ( As reported in the news.