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St Lawrence Market is an important market area in Toronto. With rustic old buildings and tiny roads the marketplace is sure to bring about a wave of nostalgia for visitors. The old-worldly appearance certainly makes the place an important part of the culture of Toronto.
There are a few different areas within St. Lawrence Market. The South market sells fresh food items that range from fruit to meats. There are specialty vendors that line the market stalls and are a favorite with the locals. The North Market houses the Farmer’s Market which is a very important place. There is also an antiques market which is definitely worth a visit for all the eclectic items on display. You never know what you might find here. The ground floor of the St. Lawrence hall also is home to several shops and stalls for every local need. Tourists will revel in this atmosphere and will love to observe the goings-on at the fascinating place. Culture seekers should not miss this one.
One of the most visited markets of Toronto; St. Lawrence’s Market is an important place to know the city better. Since it is a market, there are no tickets for St. Lawrence Market. However, if you wish to know this place like an insider, it’s better to take up a tour and get St. Lawrence Market Tickets with us. As you book tickets for St. Lawrence Market, you will get a guide who lets you know everything about the market. St. Lawrence Market Ticket prices come at affordable rates with us.
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Do I need to post about the market; it's freaking St. Lawrence Market. There are so many unique vendors along with vendors you'd expect. Everything is fresh and supported by skilled people in their trade. If you haven't shipped here try it just once and you will immediately remember what shopping for food was like. Oh yeah there are also shops that prepare their specialty on the spot for lunch or a quick snack.
The only thing that has changed over the past decade is the prices. The bacon sandwiches are still the best in the city and there's always fresh pasta and pizza being made. I love going to the market early Saturday morning because the farmers market is open and you can get almost any type of produce you can think of and it's fresh from the farm. The market can get quite busy throughout the day, I'd recommend going early as possible to get the freshest food and best experience.
Super fun experience. We got some incredible blueberries from the "King of Berries" stand and some delicious baked goods from Carousel Bakery (they're famous for their peameal bacon sandwich but I really loved the custard tarts). Also really enjoyed crepes at Crepe it Up downstairs So many fresh and delicious items and lots of free samples.
You can find any food product in this marketplace. I could spend hours there buying different meat and vegetable products that you may not find anywhere else. The restaurants within have some very authentic food, at great prices. And the food is very quick, if you rushing to get back to work. Definitely check it out.
It's not a bad market, worth visiting if in Toronto for the architecture of the building. The food isn't bad, but much better food can be found elsewhere. It's fairly pricey too, considering what you get. A few vendors sell typically Canadian fare such as ham and peameal sandwiches. Definitely more for tourists than locals.