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Soulard Farmers Market

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fun Environment with Plenty of Food and Other Items to Choose

This is a nice farmer's market with a wide variety of items to choose. The vendors are all friendly... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
RollMeAway1965
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Peru, Indiana
Soulard market September 2018

This was the first time this year my husband and I were able to go to the market. As a child I... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rebecca S
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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Soulard Market is the oldest farmers market west of the Mississippi established in 1779 and is open Wednesday-Saturday. We have 13 local farmers, 1 organic farmer, a florist and spice shop, and many produce vendors. The market also carries a variety...more
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730 Carroll St, Saint Louis, MO 63104-3808
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a nice farmer's market with a wide variety of items to choose. The vendors are all friendly and not pushy. The food offerings change throughout the year. There are several booths that have non-food items as well providing a little something for everyone.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was the first time this year my husband and I were able to go to the market. As a child I would go with my mother and siblings practically every weekend through the spring and summer. When my children were little we also made...More

Thank Rebecca S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family loves to come here for the fresh produce. Strawberries and watermelons are the best. Can't wait to start coming in the fall aswell

Thank Karen H
Reviewed August 8, 2018

Stopped by later in the day on a Saturday so there were bargains to be had on produce and baked goods so that was a bonus. May have missed a few shops though. Our group had a nice walk around, pretty nice sized market. Enjoyed...More

Thank M_Smith17
Reviewed August 6, 2018

Totally enjoyed my visit at this market. Was in St. Louis visiting my best friend who actually lives in a suburb outside of St. Louis but told me the coffee at this market was a must for me. I'm a serious coffee drinker, daily. She...More

Thank jackiendaddy
Reviewed August 6, 2018

Visited the famous Soulard Market over the 4th of July Holiday. A really unique experience. Had a Bloody Mary, cup of jambalaya and some gumbo, all were very good. I bought some coffee at the spice shop. The Kenya AA is a must try if...More

Thank Glothia
Reviewed July 28, 2018

Stumbled upon the market while in town. You’ll find everything here. From hand made soaps to live chickens. It’s great for people watching too. Lots of fresh produce, local cheeses and salamis. Extensive with lots of choices.

Thank EmeraldBlue88
Reviewed July 15, 2018

Soulard Market had a little bit of everything, and reminded me of the Pike Place Market in Seattle, although it’s not quite as large. Drinks, food, flowers, plants, handcrafts, spices, souvenirs, etc. We started by grabbing a Bloody Mary at Julia’s Market Cafe (there was...More

Thank Sagicorn
Reviewed June 25, 2018 via mobile

I’ve never been to a Farmer’s Marker quite like Soulard. It has multiple areas where vendors sell fresh produce, textiles, jewelry, aroma therapy products, prepared food, and many other things! I found the mini donut stand delightfully delicious. 6 mini donuts for $2.50. They were...More

1  Thank Leigh B
Reviewed June 20, 2018 via mobile

Great place to find cheap fresh food. Lots of fruit and vegetable stands but also other things like meat, sea food, flowers, clothes, accessories or incense. Little seating areas are available with attached cafes. In the middle of the two market rows are stores with...More

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Hi, You have to click on review it sure be at the top of the page.
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Norton’s Cajun Corner, located inside the Grand Hall, has a fabulous Ragin Cajun and full food menu. They are open Wed-Sat. Julia’s Market Cafe is on the SW corner of the market and features a patio, and has great Bloody... More
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