Good place to stroll around, there are seated areas to enjoy the stall holders produce.Good to be able to chat with the stall holders re their produce and sample there wares
About St. Lawrence Market
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I when there just before fall on the weekend. You have to look around for parking. The place was pack with shoppers and i found the prices of fast food a bit expenses. The produce and meat area were reasonably priced. All in all a...More
A great market to get locally sourced produce, meat and baked goods. Plenty of prepared food stalls to grab something to eat. Near the Hockey hall of fame and hop off hop on bus route.
This is one of those great farmers markets that is just nice to wonder around and take in the ambience. You can spend 30 minutes or a couple of hours. It is mostly food, 90%, so don’t go looking for any other crafts or products....More
We visited the market from the City 'hop-on, hop-off' bus as the market is some way out of town. Situated over two floors the market is primarily a meat/food market with just a few other types of stall- you probably only need around 30 mins...More
Nowhere to mull about and checkout great eats and see cool things like the St Lawrence Market. Awesome fish, meat, cheese, pasta shops. A bit pricey but you really do get a great experience along with whatever you may purchase or eat. Love the St...More
From cheeses to meat to hand made items there is something for everyone I enjoyed this place immensely, Things you can buy here you can't buy buy at regular stores that is why some of our top chefs come here to purchase items
The market was quite interesting, there were many fish and cheese markets, but not really any food markets like the ones in Boston Market. There are a few souvenir shops, but compared to the ones in China Town, they are largely over priced. For locals,...More
Wonderful if you wanted food, but only one different shop, a fabulous kitchen acc. shop plus two tourist shops both with good presents in.