I'm not sure what the big deal is with this place. I was not impressed. It's basically a grocery store. There are a few places to eat and a gift shop inside. It looks like it was an old train or subway station converted to...More
About St. Lawrence Market
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I enjoyed walking around this farmers market with my wife on our recent trip to Toronto. While not as diverse as Pike Place it still offered alot of interesting shops to see and visit. Lots of fresh produce and food to enjoy.
This is well worth a visit-lots of wonderful fruit, veg, bakers, various take away options. Think you could get yourself a completely different type of lunch every day but you would have to be prepared to wait for it and you would be very lucky...More
Really good foodie market. Lots of vendors selling meats, cheeses, fruits, street food and drinks. Great place to shop with your taste buds. It got really busy during the lunchtime we were there.
I don't get it. its nothing special nothing there to see its just like a shoping centre either local products so popular in central and eastern Europe therefore I don't understand why it's so good/famous. Waste of time
There is a collection of eclectic vendors and an immense selection of different nationalities within one building. Its a must see when visiting Toronto. Go hungry!
This timeless Toronto staple is always great to visit on the weekend to do some fresh produce, meat, cheese, or seafood shopping. Parking is the big bugger here, as many people drive there from outside the downtown area.
The beautiful historic market is really pleasant to visit. The quality and diversity of products is beyond compare. Avoid going on weekends as it gets very busy. In the upper floor here are seating areas indoors and outdoors, while the lower level has more ample...More