St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

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    St. Lawrence Market - Fresh fruits and vegetables

    by mim95 Written Sep 28, 2003

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    Inside St. Lawrence Market

    Established in 1803, St. Lawrence Market has been the place where you find the greatest selections of meat, seafood, veggies, and freshly-baked bread. You'll find a lot of interesting things here that you can't find in the supermarkets, like elk meat, yogert made with goat milk, hand-pick wild mushroom, super-sized colossal tiger shrimp.

    The Market is the busiest on Saturday mornings, when the North Market opens. The North Market is in a separate building on the north side of Front Street. Go early if you want to see the action and try the freshest baked items.

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    St. Lawrence Market

    by btex Updated Mar 5, 2003

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    Market which mainly sells food but you can also find souvenirs and crafts and etc.... I ate a few times at St. Lawrence Market. It was a convenient stop on the way from the hostel to different sites. Good place to get sandwiches, sausages, vegetables, fruits. And, there's a small pub at the front of the building as well...so that's a bonus. At the St. Lawrence Market, I had a peameal bacon sandwich; It's the true Canadian Bacon...and it was pretty good.
    You can take a virtual tour of the St. Lawrence Market here: http://www.toronto.com/infosite/149508/virtualtour.shtml

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    St Lawrence Market

    by Tom_Fields Written Jul 23, 2007

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    In 1803, Governor Peter Hunter officially designated this area as the "Market Block." The present building dates to 1901. This is a market for fresh produce, clothing, and just about everything else.

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    That's Greek to Me!

    by NC_Ziggy Updated Dec 7, 2005

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    ME LIKE SOUVLAKI!!!
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    I really like Greek Food! Maybe it's because there are no Greek restaurants in my hometown... Ding! Ding! Ding! There is a business opportunity for someone here! Come and Get It! :-)

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    St Lawrence Market Area

    by cfuentesm Written Nov 18, 2005
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    A very nice area to visit and have lunch at. Old fashioned buildings and churches, vibrant ambiance and colorful markets.

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    St Lawrence Market

    by Suet Written Jun 1, 2004

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    St Lawrence Market

    All hustle and bustle, lively, full of interesting things to eat, can buy all sorts of things there.

    If it was raining, a good place to go to see local produce.

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    Don't forget to cross the street

    by MissAntarctica2002 Updated Feb 16, 2004

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    St. Lawrence Farmer's Market

    If you stop by the St. Lawrence Market on a Saturday, don't forget to cross Front Street and visit the St. Lawrence Farmer's Market. There's always lots of yummy things to be found there.

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