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Local growers, bakers, culinary specialists, and artisans fill this charming historic freight house. Reminiscent of European markets, it's alive with vendors, people and activity during market hours year-round.
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Our tour bus dropped us off here for a two hour visit. There are about 55 mom and pop shops lined up in one building, but when our tour bus unloaded it was tough going down that one narrow aisle until we began to spread...More
Went with daughter on a weekend trip. Packed with vendors in what appears to be an old train depot/warehouse/dock. Plenty of parking in a lot next to building and some street parking. Well laid out inside with crafts in one section, moving to foods to...More
2nd Street Market is Dayton's hidden gem. The kind of crowd it draws is unique and kind. Kind faces everywhere. Strangers can have comfortable conversation with each other and there's no tension or awkwardness. Vendors are hard working locals with quality products. The food is...More
The market was quiet during our week day visit but the crowds did pick up at lunch time.
This is not surprising as there are some enticing food options.....greek, mexican and veg.
The market can be easily explored in about a half an hour and...More
We walked the length of the market. We thought there would be more fruits and vegetables since we got there when they opened. We couldn't resist the homemade breads. I love the pepperoni bread. There were lots of varieties of granola to choose from, also....More
We were a couple of families visiting the market for the first time. We walked from one end to the other, browsing the merchandise and foods beckoning us to buy something. There were foods available to broaden our palates----French crepes, New Zealand rice, Central American...More
This place is a mix of arts and crafts, food, baked goods, pet supplies, and flower vendors. Nice place to spend a Saturday morning. Only opportunity to they could have more seating. It was rather crowded and had to stand with our trays of food...More
Such a great idea. Great setting. There were so many food choices it was hard to decide. We tried the Greek salads and they were delicious. We sampled chocolates from Bellbrook that were wonderful and purchased chocolate eggs for Easter. Lots of great stands with...More