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Hamilton Farmers Market, Hamilton
(3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • There are a few farmers with good assortments of fresh produce at good prices. You can also find an excellent selection of cheeses, pastries, baked goods and meats. Unfortunately, they are closed Sund...  more »
  • This market has existed in the same spot in the certre of downtown Hamilton for generations. It is entirely indoors. With vendors from many different sectors of interest from retail to local farmers t...  more »
  • Stayed in hamilton 3 yrs and only happen to know this market recently. It's really nice and fun. Worth to go. 
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  • 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.
  • It's much better than it used to be. Some of the booths are nothing special, but there are a few that are not to be missed. Stop by the fresh pasta guy, Redhill Coffee for some Donut Monster Donuts, or any of the butchers on the top level.
  • I visit every week for farm-fresh produce and cheeses. Great selection from diverse vendors. Be sure to check out the food stalls for lunch!
  • Good place too buy food stuff like ground provision, meat cheese and they also sell flowers. Its an affordable place with lots of varieties
  • The addition of the restaurants on the ground level is awesome. This is a very good farmers market. Not the best local market in southern Ontario (it's no St Lawrence, or Kitchener, or London) but it's not one to sleep on either.