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Farmers Market

St. Lawrence

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Shawn
Shawn
October 28, 2019
The St. Lawrence Market houses a variety of vendors selling various food products, flowers, and specialty items. The St. Lawrence Hall was built in Toronto in 1850 and served as a public meeting place and a concert venue. The hall was restored in 1967 but has retained much of its old charm. The…
Marc & Doreen
Marc & Doreen
October 8, 2019
St. Lawrence is a formerly industrial district that was revitalized in the 1970s. This neighborhood, which Jane Jacobs helped plan, is hailed as a successful blend of residential and commercial. Its focal point, St. Lawrence Market, is the city's biggest fresh-food market, which formerly served as a…
Yogic
Yogic
March 23, 2016
Mike Seafood at St Lawrence Market
Chris
Chris
February 11, 2016
Foodie and people watching heaven.
Matt
Matt
January 24, 2016
One of the best farmer's markets in Canada

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“This is where you can get a nice bottle of Full Bodied Red or a Dry White. Also for people also love a good cocktail or beers from all over the world.”
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“If you are up for the jaunt north to St. Clair and Yonge streets, it's the Liverpool supporters club that opens at 7am for premier matches. The service is lacking and the place really needs some love. The communication is poor, and they don't seem to care about their captive audience. Sometimes a must for Liverpool fanatics. ”
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Italian Restaurant
“Some of the city’s best-known Italian restaurants have a cultivated ambiance one step below a private club on nonmembers’ night, which makes Ardo notable for its unfussy sophistication. It’s more for the not-for-tourists set than the social-media influencers. And chef Roberto Marotta wears his southern-Italian stripes proudly: “Sicilian” appears on the menu 27 times, in pastas like the Anatra, with its long strands of fettuccine, rich duck ragoût and Sicilian herbs; and pizzas like the Etna, a fiery number with house-made Sicilian sausage. ”
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Corner Shop
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Old Toronto, ON
St. Lawrence
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