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First things first: They apparently have their market in multiple locations through out the week. This review is regarding the Tuesday market (9 am - 1 pm) at Tulane University Square.
I was visiting from out of town and I had really hard time finding...More
While not as big as we had expected, the Tuesday market we visited exceeded our expectations by far. We expected a bunch of produce stands, which were there, of course, but there was so much more.
There was fresh seafood caught that morning, including crab,...More
My two-star review of the Crescent City Farmers' Market might be a bit bias, as I visited the spot with a massive appetite. My starving friend and I had high hopes of sampling fresh, local snacks, but sadly discovered most vendors were selling meats, fish,...More
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