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Two minutes south of the Village of St. Jacobs, explore the abundance of meats & cheeses, farm fresh produce, baked goods, international foods, artisans & crafters, quilts, home furnishings, and a spectacular flea market; plus buskers, pony & kiddie...more
878 Weber St North, St. Jacobs, Ontario N2J 4A9, Canada
I drop in a few times during the summer. The choice of generally popular fruits and veggies is good and prices are comparable to local grocery markets. I find that there is a lot of kitchy items. I do recommend the apple fritters in the...More
This was my 2nd visit in a month. I was there in mid July. There's so much to buy. Go early and bring a cooler on wheels if you plan on buying cheese meats or fish. Such a great experience both times I went. Make...More
We make it a point to stop here every fall to buy the local produce at the market. The selection is huge and the vendors generally are very helpful. We have always gotten great varieties at great prices. This Saturday we bought some produce from...More
There are so many unique vendors and food choices. This place will appeal to anyone in your group. It was recommended to us by hotel and restaurant staff in Waterloo. We found it was well worth the trip. They are open for limited days/times throughout...More
This is a very large market selling all kins of food both ready to serve hot or cold, and to take home. Definitely worth a trip to see with plenty of fresh meat, fruit and vegetables to buy. Also some non food stalls.
St.Jacob's Farmers' Market has to be as good as it gets. Whether you are outside or inside, the choices are quite amazing. Multiple food vendors, fresh produce, meats, cheeses and desserts and many other products. Good prices as well. Highly recommended.
Response from Hutch333id | Reviewed this property |
The stalls start winding down from about 2 - 2:30pm. Locals advised us not to go on a weekend. The best day is a Thursday for the freshest produce. Tuesdays are the worst - whatever is left over from the weekend.