Toronto St. Lawrence Market

 

The St. Lawrence Market Complex is comprised of three main buildings: The South Market, the North Market and St. Lawrence Hall.  
St. Lawrence Market in Toronto is a great place to soak up local culture, shop, and enjoy a bite to eat.

The South Market:
• The main and lower levels of the South Market contain over 120 specialty vendors, selling fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products.
• Also available many non-food items for sale.
• The second floor of the South Market is the Market Gallery, an exhibition space for the City of Toronto's Cultural Services.

The North Market:
• The North Market is known for Saturday Farmers' Market

St. Lawrence Hall:
St. Lawrence Hall, built in 1850, today houses retail businesses on the ground floor and City offices on the second floor. 

A food tour is also available which will take you a tasty tour of the area.

More helpful information below in this Toronto St. Lawrence Market travel guide for your visit to this Toronto's attraction.

 Address

 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada

 Admission Fee Free

Open Hours:
Farmer's Market:
 Saturdays from 5am to 3pm

South Market:
 Tuesday - Thursday - 8am to 6pm
 Fridays - 8am to 7pm
 Saturdays - 5am to 5 pm

Antiques Market:
 Sunday - 5am to 5pm

 Getting There By TTC subway:
Take the Yonge-University Line (1)
Exit at King Station
Walk  to Market

By TTC Streetcar:
Take the 504 King St Streetcar to Jarvis Street
Exit at Jarvis Street and Walk to the St Lawrence Market

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Toronto Hop-on/Hop-off Bus:
Take a Toronto “City Sightseeing Toronto” hop-on/hop-off Bus for an easier, simple and comfortable way to get to St. Lawrence Market.
Toronto hop-on/hop-off bus
has stop for St. Lawrence Market (Stop No. 19) and many other popular attractions in Toronto.

 Recommendations

Make sure to try some of these tasty treats:

The Boston Blue Fish & Chips plate at Buster’s Sea Cove. Generous sized pieces of battered, golden fish served with curly fries and homemade coleslaw!  

The world famous Peameal Bacon on a Bun. A classic Toronto sandwich grilled with Canadian back bacon with honey mustard sauce at the Carousel Bakery.

The Italian Veal and Eggplant Parmigiana Sandwiches at Mustachio. Massive sandwiches and very popular!
Try a Portuguese Tart from Churrasco of St. Clair. The eggy custard is served up in a flakey crust!

After grazing your way through the market, stroll along the quaint Front Street neighborhood.
 or combine with the Esplanade and St. James Park. 

Also available St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour. This Tour has excellent ratings.

 Website Link to Official Toronto St. Lawrence Market Website