St Lawrence MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
- Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4163927120
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Dine In, Leisure, Market, Street Market, Family And Kids
St Lawrence Market - Review
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. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Toronto Itinerary 7 Days.
St Lawrence Market Information
- Parking is available a little far from the Market.
- The Market is wheelchair accessible.
- Some vendors may accept cards but all vendors accept cash.
St Lawrence Market Ticket Prices
- Free entry
St Lawrence Market Opening and Closing Hours
- Farmer’s Market: Saturday – 5 am – 3 pm
- Antiques Market: Sunday – dawn – 5 pm
How To reach St Lawrence Market by Public Transport
- By Bus: Bus 75 stops at Lower Jarvis St at the Esplanade bus station.
- By Tram: The Church St at Wellington St East light rail station is a short walk away.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
Restaurants Near St Lawrence Market
- St Lawrence Snack bar
- Cruda Cafe
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Things to Know Before Visiting St Lawrence Market
95% of people who visit Toronto include St Lawrence Market in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
37.83% of people start their St Lawrence Market visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see St Lawrence Market
91.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting St Lawrence Market
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St Lawrence Market, Toronto Reviews
A "Yummy" Toronto Landmark... This market has been operating since 1902... and is made up of three major parts;; the St, Lawrence Market- North and South... and St, Lawrence Hall. Over time,. additional various ethnic vendors located in the market. It now presents varying, interesting foods from around the world... some of which are prepared and one can eat there-- or take less prepared foods which one can take home! The large area covered means that one can take one's times to review the "offerings" or focus on a more limited visit! Whichever the choice it is well worth a visit I hope that this review has been helpful!!
A "Yummy" Toronto Landmark!!! This market has been operating since 1902... and is made up of three major parts;; the St, Lawrence Market- North and South... and St, Lawrence Hall. Over time,. additional various ethnic vendors located in the market. It now presents varying, interesting foods from around the world... some of which are prepared and one can eat there-- or take less prepared foods which one can take home! The large area covered means that one can take one's times to review the "offerings" or focus on a more limited visit! Whichever the choice it is well worth a visit I hope that this review has been helpful!!
I love the St.Lawrence Market. My favorite store by far is the Bakewares place upstairs. I buy a lot of baking supplies and cookie cutters there. Almost all of the vendors are great minus one. There is a bakery in the upper level in the middle (I won't name which one) with the worst customer service. (But I won't dock the market a star for that) Otherwise the outer perimeter bakers or all of the bakeries downstairs are great! The fish looks so good..but I never pick it up because my commute is a little too far. The produce and food court are always great too.
I can honestly say this is the only market I'm in love with... the variety of foods to choose from... either ready made to eat or to carry home to prepare yourself. My wife loves the butter tarts that we purchase for there also. We buy chicken, duck, sometimes bacon. It's really good. The only thing is the size of the facility and not to many bathrooms, my wife and I went recently and she really needed a bathroom.... it was a huge line up.... I think they should put in more since it's such a big facility. Other than that this is the best place to buy natural drinks and nice healthy antibiotics free meet.
Well... it's a decent market, decent selection. Comparable to the one in Cleveland. Nothing here stands out for me. I had the breakfast sandwich roll with Canadian pork and it wasn't bad. Freshly made. But I would explore somewhere else. Only came here once and need to explore it more. More reviews pending.
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