A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street for over 200 years

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St Lawrence Market, Toronto

A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street for over 200 years.

A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street for over 200 years. The current incarnation of the South Market contains over 200 permanent food-related vendors on two floors, including butchers, fishmongers and numerous specialty and takeout businesses. The South Market is open daily except Sundays and Mondays. The North Market, located just across Front Street, opens only on Saturdays for a Farmers' Market, when farmers from surrounding townships sell their wares, and on Sundays for an Antique Market.


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About St Lawrence Market

 95 Front Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

 +1 416-392-7120

 www.stlawrencemarket.com

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