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Lexington Market, Baltimore

Categories: Flea Markets, Antique Stores, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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2/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • The public market is a very beautiful building. Is in an area close to the Centre and the Convention Centre, but seemed very dirty and with some "homeless" nearby. Bought fruits to eat at the hotel. I suggest a visit.
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  • blissful covered market with lots of fish, shellfish, crab etc & we had on Saturday a free alternative concert inside. Watch out for parking: on the street is cheapest
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  • Walk 15-20 minutes or so the inner harbor in Baltimore has Lexington market, traditional market. A variety of meogeulgeoriwa where guests buried SideShow staff of beautiful women; it seems that heh heh
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  • Nothing but a hangout spot for junkies. Used to be the best place to go for fresh meat and fruits and veggies. For the best seafood, Faidley's was the best, but the service has fallen terribly and so has the food quality. Supposed to be getting rid of riff raff, but all I see is stalls closing down daily. Not recommended.
  • Great market, not in the best part of town. Been aggressively pushed drugs a few times here, but never felt unsafe. Faidleys is well known for outstanding crabcakes.
  • The famous Lexington Market! The biggest indoor old time market in Baltimore! Ignore the haters! Faidley's is way ovverrated. Walk around the whole place- the other side too- before you decide. There is a place on the other side where you can get a great crab ball (a crab cake but a sphere) for $3!
  • Lexington of the place that used to be world renowned for all the different things they sold there. Now, you still home to all the mom-and-pop businesses that you could want, great food, incredibly cheap prices, and lots of different things being sold. Important to note, is wonderful the food and the mom and pop community is, it is absolutely imperative that you go in with some inkling of street smarts, common sense, or general wisdom. The busy, dense nature of the market is very conducive to pickpocketing, and I'm certain that people will have no qualms about robbing you. A lot of the people that live around Lexington Market don't come from money. Nonetheless, they're people too and it's important to be empathetic with them.
  • Lots of choices somewhat like the Reading Terminal of Philadelphia but with customers like Kensington area of NorthEast Philadelphia. So, be careful! And you can Not sit down to eat only standing at tables. Smh.
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