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Calgary Farmers' Market, Calgary

Categories: Farmers Markets, Food & Drink, Shopping
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4.4/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • This is a required stop for us when we are in Calgary. On this trip, we discovered Margarita's Dishes which serves Ukranian food. We loved the vegetarian cabbage roll and beet borscht. They also make ...  read more »
  • This is the best farmer's market in the province. There are a ton of food vendors in the food court and I really enjoyed Wildfire Wings (try the goat cheese and pesto), There is all sorts of fresh mea...  read more »
  • The impression it gives is that they really are the producers who sell their products. Nice to see the arrangement of fruits, flowers, meats and other foods. I know this type of commerce because I believe that reflects the everyday life of the population and the quality of food.
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  • Amazing variety of vendors! Love the fresh fruit market and the local products. The food court has great options (be prepared to share a table if it's busy). Parking is reasonable, but can get crammed if it's busy. Most vendors accept debit etc.
  • A lot of good booths, two great eating areas, and plenty of good food options. Downside is getting in and out of the parking lot. LOL. Best bet....the mini donut truck, outside of the Northeast entrance. Forget about any other. BTW, you can buy Longview Beef Jerky at a booth inside.
  • I can't say enough good things about the vendors here. Friendly, kind, passionate and always great quality produce, food, flowers, art etc.
  • Local vendors of food, arty knickknacks display their wares in semi permanent booths and stalls. This is great place to buy fresh food, wander or have lunch. Those looking for a true farmers market though, where local producers bring in their seasonal produce and then are gone, will be disappointed. This is a permanent going concern.
  • Lots of local produce but more pricey than I would be comfortable with to buy regularly from. Also far out and the gas you pay to get to there doesn't really help. Poor food choices and overpriced juices in the food court. There was a decent vendor selling American-Italian food from his stall called Nonna's
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