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North Market, Columbus
(4.7/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Even the pickiest can find tasty morsels in this one smallish block farmers market filled with too many yummy cuisines to name them all but includes several bakeries, fresh produce, a fish market with...  more »
  • It is rare to find cool urban gems in Columbus but the North Market is definitely one worth seeing when here. The food, vibe and people watching are worth the trip down to the typically boring, d-bagg...  more »
  • This place was very enjoyable! It has a variety of different food and items you can sample, brouse, and purchase. It was fun to stroll. They also had many unique desserts which of course wins me over ...  more »
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  • NOT A FLEA MARKET. Still a huge selection of vendors selling all kinds of excellent foods and just a few other (mostly culinary related) items. Definitely worth checking out! Make sure you get your parking ticket validated inside or you will pay a ridiculous fee for parking (only for the lot right behind the market.)
  • This is one of my favorite public markets. There is a great variety of food, drinks, and desserts, and they're all good. This is a great lunch option when everyone wants something different.
  • A downtown staple, great food stands, kind of a best of small local, lots of choices. If you look a little there are some healthy options and some decent Greek and Indian food, fresh breads, locally sourced produce and hot sauce. Or you can dive in and get decent pizza, amazing donuts and ice cream. Seating is limited and if you sit upstairs too long you end up smelling like assorted foods the rest of the day. Hours are limited, always crowded and parking is typical of any downtown.
  • Very pleasant place. I attended at 3pm on a Monday. It was less of a farmers' market and more of an indoor hipster food court, but it was still great. Reminded me of Eastern Market in DC. It is a renovated factory or warehouse with lots of boutique restaurants an maybe a produce stand or two. Good setup, good options. Nice people. Everything I wanted.
  • One of my favorite places for brunch! My favorite fried chicken, pierogis, tamales, and waffles are all at North Market. Their stores have quality products. While some of them may be pricey you can find some great gems.