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Hamilton Farmers Market, Hamilton

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • We went as soon as it opened on a Saturday because it's a farmer's market, right? The sooner you get there, the better, right? Wrong. When we left an hour later, about half of the vendors were still e...  read more »
  • Great place to do a grocery shop, you I'll be supporting locals, feed your family fresh food at a great price and spend time with these great vendors 
  • It's not the same as before they renovated and chased half the farmers away. Now it's just hipster coffee and munchies and a couple of my old stops great double yolk eggs cheese and meat available sta...  read more »
  • I have been come here for the last 10 years. Anything and everything local is here. I like supporting the local farmers and businesses. If you want to cook a steak; Jepson's Meat. The father & son team will tell you when and where the meat came from. The freshest baked goods with a touch of Mom is also there. And coffee at Relay Coffee. They have the best tasting and reasonably priced Organic Fair Trade Coffee. The entire location is fully accessible for all mobility devices, white cane and guide dogs.
  • Our farmers market is one of the greatest things this city has to offer. An amazing selection of foods, both prepared and raw. A weekly visit without exception.
  • I would love to see more real farmers and fewer stalls selling from the food terminal. That said Cake & Loaf is a great new addition as another truly local business to take up space in the Farmers Market. Henry Brown's ice cream is another can't miss. Try the fresh pasta!
  • A weekly habit for me. I think it's great! A lot of great produce at appropriate prices but of course, it definitely pays to take a walk around first and compare prices of local items like apples, asparagus and broccoli, because at times, it feels like playing the stock market where one week broccoli is $2.00 and the next it's $5.00. Although many of these vendors have been here for years, they all seem pretty upbeat and positive every time I see them which I'm thankful for because I'm sure it's tiring. I usually go Saturday mornings around 9:00 AM, but if you go closer to noon on Saturdays, it's an absolute zoo with baby strollers and yelling children. They're closed on Sundays which drives me crazy.
  • Stellar. Eat Industries is where I want to spend the rest of my days. I want their delicious ramen inside of me at all times. Great produce, Cake & Loaf, Henry's (the ice cream place between both Eat Industries establishments), all outstanding. I wish it were open every day and a wee bit later but there's no way that's worth deducting a star. Every vendor there is a star.
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