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Spence's Bazaar

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Dave C wrote a review Apr 2021
Alexandria, Virginia1346 contributions448 helpful votes
The flea market was nice, some really nice glassware and friendly vendors, but the market was a little disappointing, not a real good choice of typical Amish market items. I may have been a little early in the season. I'm glad I visited as I had the time, but if you had another destination in mind, do that one first.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Rose wrote a review Mar 2021
New Hampshire1 contribution1 helpful vote
Growing up in Delaware you don't get to do much but when Spence's bazaar is open thats where I normally like to go just for the atmosphere. Outside it can be a 50/50 trip since some people go for the buying of items that have deals (hats, shirts, jackets cards and even furniture) while others are there for locally grown vegetables. Sometimes its crowded but other times noone is outside or walking around. It looks empty at times. Once you step inside of the building however it gets very BUSY. It's a farmers market after all. Everyone wants homemade foods made by the Amish and even local places. My favorite thing is the Cinnamon buns. It's like a perfect in-between of C.Bun and a honeybun, sticky and sweet with just enough glaze over the top. Another good thing is the porkchop sandwiches. I remember going there with my grandmother to share one every weekend. A beautifully crusted outside, a juicy inside that melts in your mouth. But if thats not your cup of water they do sell a lot of cheesecake as well. =) Just remember its only open three days a week.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Jerome M wrote a review May 2020
Gary, Indiana1438 contributions136 helpful votes
We were told about this place from one of the local people and it was great. We walked through the market and had many choices of food to choose from. There were also a lot of specialty shops to but things. Everyone can find something to eat here. There is plenty of parking space and room to sit and eat.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mac G wrote a review Feb 2020
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware131 contributions31 helpful votes
If you are looking for real Amish food -- come here. The food is great and the prices are reasonable. Watching pretzels being made -- makes you want one warm from the oven.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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just_up_ahead_9 wrote a review Feb 2020
Austin, TX7 contributions2 helpful votes
The highlight was the market - beautifully displayed meats, breads, cheese. And all of it fresh and delicious. Wish I could go there every week, but we live in Texas!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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