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The Halifax Farmers' Market was created by Royal Proclamation in June of 1750, a year after the founding of Halifax. The Governor and Council designated a site for the Market - the present day Bank of Montreal building. For 50 years this flesh, meat...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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1209 Marginal Rd, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P8, Canada
All reviews saturday morning local produce baked goods fresh vegetables food vendors vendors selling nice market cinnamon buns lobster roll prepared food arts and crafts for sale nova scotia great place to visit stalls jewelry wares
It is at one end of the harbor boardwalk near the cruise ship terminal and Pier 21 Immigration Museum. It is open 10AM-5PM daily, opens early on Saturdays at 7AM and is busiest then and when cruise ships are in port. It is the oldest...More
We had lovely weather to spend on the waterfront. I wish I lived closer as I would shop here for fresh food regularly but I had to limit my self to baking and what I could eat there. There are some amazing local distillers and...More
There are numerous local vendors offering fresh vegetables, fruit, meat and dairy. You can also purchase prepared foods to eat and drink and sit in several eating areas and enjoy some local music.
You will find lots of local artisans selling jewellery, art, wood crafts,...More
After reading it was the longest operating Farmer’s Market we made our way there, paid to park and walk in....nothing like we had in mind. It was middle of week and place was nearly empty of shoppers. That makes it awkward to walk around because...More
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This is a very nice farmers market with lots of unique food items, jewelry and gifts. Lots of locally made drinks both alcoholic and non. I wish it was a bigger market as it does not take long to see it...More
We t late on a Friday and it wasn't very busy. There were some nice items (coffee, soaps, fruits, etc.). Being end of day, there wasn't much selection left in terms of hot meals, but that's understandable. I'd love to return another day and see...More
Norbert’s Good Market restaurant. Went on a Saturday at 9:00. Ordered our meal, but had to wait 15 minutes for a table after the food was ready, so it was cold. I think the food would have been good if it were hot, but cold...More
Looking for some place different for breakfast? I highly recommend Wholly Crepe in the Seaport Market. The 20 minute wait for my crepe was a testimony to its popularity on a Saturday morning! Well worth the wait though. I had a ham and cheese crepe....More
Wonderful market with typical fresh vegetables, meats, cheeses, breakfast offerings, live music and artisans. A lot of the vendors are still cash only so hit your ATM before arriving. There are private label ATMs if cash is needed with a surcharge of $1.75.