The Market on Granada

The Market on Granada, St. Augustine: Address, Phone Number, The Market on Granada Reviews: 5/5

The Market on Granada
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Speciality & Gift Shops
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The Market on Granada is a specialty store catering to both locals and visitors alike. Our inventory of goods ranges from personal care items, sundries and pharmacy goods to convenience food items, imported and domestic cheeses, pates, fresh local french baguettes and fruit, local food items, gourmet goods, beer and boutique wines. The Market offers wine tastings and cheese pairings daily all within a art gallery setting which showcases local art for sale as well as souvenirs and gift. We are conveniently located in the historic district within walking distance from most hotels and inns.
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Iany P
Miami, FL13 contributions
Sep 2015 • Family
A little bit crowded this time due to the celebration of 450 years of St Augustine foundation. You can find a lot of gift shops and is also fun.
Written September 9, 2015
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OIJEFIONEINCE
Savannah, GA6 contributions
Jul 2015 • Couples
At 7:30 p.m., young people falling out of their clothes and onto the sidewalk is not conducive to shopping. The barkers for some of the shops were rude and aggressive.
Written July 10, 2015
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Linda B
Surrey, Canada45 contributions
Apr 2015 • Couples
Another Flagler "wow" building, now a museum of Victorian collections. Too much to absorb but reflective of the Victorian style of over decorating. The music box demonstration was enlightening about the various types of mechanical/electrical devices. the presenter knowledgeable but difficult to understand.
Written April 8, 2015
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Jacinda B
Chicago, IL5 contributions
Dec 2013 • Family
The first time we came to the market was on a tour. That's when Marc introduced us to the hot cranberry-pecan jam OMG love it! We had to come back for some oils. We were not prepared for the diversity of The Market but next time! Thank you so much for the wonderful hospitality. Make this your first stop to shop for specialty souvenirs, sweets, wine, oils, and especially jams and cheese.
Written January 7, 2014
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GAtravelbug51
Martin, GA42 contributions
Dec 2013
Recently I had the pleasure of my 2nd visit during the "corks & forks" tour. Mark has made an impressive step - up since our last visit a couple years ago (it was good then too). I felt like he really wanted you to taste the best he had to offer. Not just to push a sale. (Unlike our first stop).
He has become confident in his fare and has a nice pleasant sense of humor. OMG the addition of top shelf chocolate was genius!
I am currently enjoying my drunkin goat cheese and just had to write a review. Even if you don't do a tour, just go to this market. I can't wait to go back.
Written December 31, 2013
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Amy W
Malabar, Florida, Usa3 contributions
Oct 2013 • Couples
This was our first stop on the Vittles and Vino Tour. The proprietor, Mark was a very knowledgable and gracious host. He prepared a wine tasting of three wines with various cheeses. The experience was instructive and delicious. Mark has a great selection of boutique wines. We loved the 2012 French Picpoul de Pinet and the 2012 Argentinian Malbec. We discovered hot jellies and jams that get their heat from the locally grown Datil pepper. Very tasty! Mark also has a sizable collection of local artwork for sale. We highly recommend The Market on Granada and look forward to our next visit.
Written November 3, 2013
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carol e
st augustine2 contributions
Sep 2013 • Friends
Our last visit was in September, but this is one of our favorite stops when we come to the Old Town. It is a nice relaxing, interesting environment and a great way to start a visit to the town. Mark has the most unusual wines to try and to buy (which we do often). He does the best job pairing the wine with either chocolate (which we usually do) or with cheese. His pairings bring out the best in the wine as well as food. How does he do that?

He also sells the cutest little wine paraphernalia along with the best French bread ever. We recommend making this one of your regular stops - just to relax, chat, and try some very interesting wine.
Written October 14, 2013
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Katie S
Melbourne, Fl63 contributions
Sep 2013 • Couples
Our favorite stop on The Tasting Tours Vino and Vittles horse drawn carriage tour. If you are in St Augustine and need provisions for your picnic, or to stock your romantic hotel or B and B room with yummy treats, this is the place! Mark will set you up with a boutique wine under $20, a perfect cheese pairing and fresh bread! What more could you want? Oh yes, chocolate! Just step to Claude's Chocolates in the back and you have a wide variety of unique chocolate flavors and even gourmet Popsicles! Support local business and definitely skip the chain stores!
Written September 22, 2013
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Thank you so much for taking the time to review our Specialty Gourmet Shop...we appreciate your review and look forward to seeing you again...enjoyed our time together sharing good food and some laughs. Best regards from The Market on Granada and Claudes Chocolates.
Written September 24, 2013
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fred s
Highland, IL17 contributions
Jul 2013 • Couples
The Market on Granada is a must for visitor looking a variety of items: wine, cheese, snacks, local art work, and those small items you forgot to pack,ie toothpaste. We had the opportunity to visit this shop while on the Tasting Tour with our guide Jenn Shannon. Mark Constant, the owner, was very knowledge about the wines we tasted. He has a great selection and can give advice based on individual's taste. He paired the cheese with the wine which provided a delightful experience. On display is artwork for sale by local artist. Wine, cheese and the artwork made it a wonderful experience.
Written July 29, 2013
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Turner C
St. Augustine, FL35 contributions
Jul 2013 • Couples
We had a wonderful time in this friendly, charming and colorful shop. Wonderful artwork, but we went for the wine and cheese pairing. The owner comes up with some devastatingly delicious combinations, and the conversation is always interesting and educational. Far more fun than wine tastings I've had in various "wine country" venues, including California! Don't miss it.
Written July 7, 2013
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