This place was my go to market when I lived a few blocks away 15 years ago. Nothing that was already good has changed and more new delights have been added - better fruit and veg, more choice of food for lunch, and more nearby...More
About St. Lawrence Market
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One of the oldest market in the city. We do our routine grocery run when we just relocated to the nearby area. Good variety of fresh seafood, meat , vegetable and pastry. But it is a but pricey and we will buy some special stuff...More
An absolute must-visit while in Toronto. The array and freshness of the food available is breathtaking. From scampi to seared tuna to sweet loaves of challah, you will find it all - and more - in this positively delightful market. Hint: don't miss the breakfast...More
This is the most up to date business hour for the St. Lawrence market Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8 am to 6 pm Friday: 8 am to 7 pm Saturday: 5 am to 5 pm. (South Market and Farmer’s Market) Closed Sundays and Mondays.
Situated in the heart of Toronto. This market peak time is Saturday especially noon. Lots of cheese and fresh vegetables. Assorted cuisine for lunch and dinner. Some items are expensive. Downstairs are few food vendors and stone hill bakery is there. The main level has...More
When we were here during the day, only the small building on the opposite was open. There was a flee market. Nice to stroll around, but further than that nothing special.
We have visited here a number of times as our son lived very close nearby. We would normally get up early Saturday and walk over. Great market featuring meats, cheeses, produce, etc. Our favorite go-to treat was the pea-meal bacon on a bun which was...More
One of my favorite places to hang out in Downtown Toronto. I'm a foodie and I try to come at least once a month. Great vendors and restaurants. it can be a little pricey but well worth the experience