All true food-lovers eventually find their way to St. Lawrence Market. With more than 200 years of history, and a seemingly endless selection of fresh produce, artisan breads and cheeses, baked goods, meat, and prepared food, this bustling Toronto marketplace is popular among both locals and tourists alike. Hailed by National Geographic in 2003 as being the world’s best food market, the St. Lawrence Market has something for everyone.
Housed in three main buildings, this expansive complex includes the North Market, the South Market, and St. Lawrence Hall. On the primary and lower levels of the South Market more than 120 vendors sell everything from fresh seafood to dried spices. The North Market is home to the Saturday Farmer’s Market which has been held since 1803.
Guests can also check out the Market Galley housed on the second floor of the South Market where Toronto culture and art are highlighted.Places nearby:
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