St. Lawrence Market Geo
St. Lawrence Market
If you’re looking for great food, unique gifts and an incredible experience, come spend a day at the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto. This spacious marketplace has been a key component of the area for over two centuries, holding its first Farmers’ Market in 1803. Today, it hosts 100+ vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans of various cultures throughout the week, as well as local farmers and antique dealers on the weekends.
See. Taste. Experience.
Three main buildings make up the St. Lawrence Market. The South Market is known for selling a variety of fresh fruit, meat, fish, grains, baked goods, and dairy products. It also boasts some incredibly unique non-food items, including jewelry and decor. If you visit on the weekends, you’ll find the Farmers’ Market at the North Market every Saturday, where people come together to support local farmers. On Sundays, this area is used for antique dealers to sell their wares, and on weekdays, it’s available for rent. The St. Lawrence Hall houses retail businesses and city offices. It is also home to the Great Hall, a grand venue that will leave a lasting impression on anyone who gathers there. This hall can be rented for weddings, ceremonies, and more.
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