St. Lawrence Market
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Huge market that sells fresh produce and meat, as well as trinkets and souvenirs.
Very cool place to walk through. Shop for fresh produce, fish, cheese, etc.
Our old City Hall has been the site of the St Lawrence Market since it moved in 1899. Voted one of the best markets in the world.
Historic Toronto food market. Closed on Mondays. Try the pea meal bacon sandwich at Carousel!
Check out this large covered market for all your fresh produce, meat, fish, & cheese needs!
200+ year-old public market where you can find unique ingredients for dinner or have a light lunch on site
The St. Lawrence Market houses a variety of vendors selling various food products, flowers, and specialty items.
Famous local food market with wide variety of produce from numerous concessions. Try a raw oyster from one of many oyster bars.
Lively and a true historical representation if Toronto-with the weekend markets buzzing with fresh produce, meats and cheese and all things wonderful. Saturday or Sunday morning with a pemeal bacon sandwich is a must!
Marché de fruits, légumes, boucherie et poissonnerie et autres produits de la region. A faire!
The St. Lawrence Market South building is a major public market building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the southwest corner of Front and Lower Jarvis Streets. Along with the St. Lawrence Market North and St. Lawrence Hall, it comprises the St. Lawrence Market complex. The current…
It's one of Toronto's most touristic attractions and definetely a landmark. considered to be one of the best markets in the world (locals call it "the best") it offers you a wide variety of goods - everything you ever wanted, fresh vegetables and fruits, coffee, chocolates and pastries, bread ,…
St Lawrence Market has been in operation since the very first days of Toronto in the early 1800s and remains a great place to shop for food to take home and cook, or to eat on the spot. The neighbourhood around the Market is full of the oldest architecture in the city and the wonderful, whimsical…
Really cool market with fresh everything. There are three parts to the market: - Farmers Market (open Saturdays) -Antique Market (open Sundays) -General Market (open Tues-Sat) St. Lawrence Hall, built in 1850, today houses retail businesses on the ground floor and City offices on the second floor.
The oldest market this side of town. we are lucky to stay close by. venture the market placed and taste the pea meal bacon sandwiches or the pastries or check out the wide variety of spices/herbs/condiments etc..
St. Lawrence Market is a tasty sight to behold and experience. It was named the world's best food market by National Geographic in April 2012.
oldest market in Toronto, fresh produce, desserts, food and great souvenirs
St. Lawrence Market à travers des expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des habitants.
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