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St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

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Let yourself be tempted by a smorgasbord of mouth-watering aromas at St. Lawrence Market. With traditions dating as far back as 1803, the covered market showcases the capital city's most diverse range of fresh food vendors, with specialities from across the globe. Find all the ingredients you need to prepare your favorite meal, and taste samples of exotic foods from specialty vendors. Visit the market's bustling food court for a meal. Put St. Lawrence Market at the forefront of your travel plans using our Toronto holiday planner.
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  • Great spot for market shopping or just casually scoping out your options. Iconic Toronto market provides plenty of opportunities to kill some time or spend a few dollars a must see for visitors.  more »
  • Great shops for local produce, meat and cheese merchants. The ambiance is terrific. One of the older historic structures within the City of Toronto.  more »
  • This is an amazing place to see, buy some fruits, bagels and eat. If you have chance, eat at Pizza and Pasta, theirs spaghetti and pesto sauce are awesome  more »
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  • This place has absolutely everything you could possibly need! A chefs paradise! I mean, camel burgers, ostrich thighs, crocodile sirloins? Where else can you find that in Toronto? Love coming to this place and I always have so much so fun trying different things. Best market ever!
  • The market has a wide range of foodstuffs. You can also eat there. I had fried calamari from Buster's Sea Cove and they were as fresh as you could get them. Very very good. Cakes are good too, we tried the cheesecake.
  • A must-see if you are visiting Toronto. Awesome market, with food of every variety! Plan on spending a few hours here for sure! Highly recommended it. There are also restaurants inside that you can eat at, some vendors have food as well.
  • Just LOVE going to the market early on a Saturday morning at the start of summer! True essence of our AMAZING city! Suggest the early visit as the crowds due start escalate 10 am ish. Must haves while there: peameal bacon on a bun (so yummy!) & fresh bagels to take home to enjoy. Awesome place anytime of year - must experience in the warmer months.
  • National Geographic named this market the best in the world. And I can totally see why. It's really two places in one. One is an AMAZING place for people who live in the city (I live close by). You can get pretty much any meat product you can imagine. And it's all fresh. Great bakery inside (Futures bakery). A couple of competing fruit and veg shops that have great produce. Secondly it's a great place for tourists. Busters sea cove on the first floor has surprisingly great seafood considering there's no ocean for 1000's of miles. Try their crab cakes. Yum. In the basement there are a bunch of little shops and places serving food. Amongst them is Uno Mustachios. A little Italian grub shop. Their Godfathers spaghetti and meatballs are the best I've ever had.