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St Lawrence Market


92 Front E
Toronto, ON M5E 1C4

(416) 392-7219
stlawrencemarket.com

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (67 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: mon:Closed , tue:8AM to 6PM , wed:8AM to 6PM , thu:8AM to 6PM , fri:8AM to 7PM , sat:5AM to 5PM , sun:Closed ,
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Description

This massive 19th century brick building is home to the city’s largest market. Open every day except Sunday and Monday, St. Lawrence Market is home to several dozen meat and deli stands, produce shops and fish stands–all offering an abundance of everyday and gourmet foods. Cheese and dairy foods, dry goods and a small selection of organic health foods are also available on both levels of the...
by toronto on November 17, 2013 from toronto

Reviews

so great: lots of delicious food and fun things to buy - excellent buskers as - saw Loreena McKennitt busking here before she began a big harp playing star
Rated 5 stars by TheProfessor on January 30, 2012
Try the Crab Cake Sandwich, the pasta, the olives, the cheese.........: Where to start? This place is a must visit for tourists, locals and Ontarians alike. It's abuzz with energy, activity and an eclectic mix of people products.<br/> Must tries from the lower level: Fresh juice on the, wicked salads with to die for dressing, fantastic baked good. From the upper level: CRAB CAKE SANDWICHES at the fish and chilp shop at the back of the market!! fresh pasta, canneloni, lasagna, spinach stuffed ravioli :), Check out the olives and the fresh meats too.<br/> This place is amazing!!
Rated 5 stars by Constar on October 31, 2010
Fish market sale day before long weekend: Can spend the whole day down here looking at the different offerings in the market. They have everything: bakery, fruits, veggies, meats, crafts, clothing, coffee etc. If you come here the day before a long weekend, they sell off their fish at a discount. Spend the day here, then go upstairs and get some fresh scallops & grouper for dinner. Worth the hassel of parking.
Rated 5 stars by maverick on September 19, 2010

Editorial Reviews

"Amazing", "farm-fresh" food makes for a "wonderful Saturday morning experience" (with a particularly strong "selection for the early-riser") at this weekly market that's been operating across the street from the "landmark" main St. Lawrence Market since 1803; the "farmers are friendly", helping to create a "fantastic atmosphere", with "fresh fruit, vegetables and meat" plus "many samples" and...
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
This market is a local favorite for fresh produce, and it even draws people who live a good distance away. The peameal-bacon sandwiches are famous. Check out the gallery on the second floor, a quiet retreat from the busy market, where exhibits about the city are mounted, with free admission. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 8am to 6pm, Friday from 8am to 7pm, and Saturday from 8am to...
Rated 1.75 stars by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca
This handsome food market is, in fact, two tiers. The primary market runs throughout the week in a vast building constructed around the facade of the second City Hall, built in 1850. Vendors sell meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, and dairy products, as well as other foodstuffs. The second one operates Saturday only, across the road, and is busy with local farmers and their wares. The best time to...
by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca
St. Lawrence Market remains one of Toronto's most fun food shopping experiences. I rank it right up there with a visit to Kensington Market, cruising the streets of Chinatown (east or west) or popping into stores along Gerrard in Little India. And while sometimes it gets criticized for fruit and vegetables that are a little bit more expensive than elsewhere in the city, the quality is always...
Rated 3.1 stars by Tim on March 13, 2011 from blogto
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