As other reviewers have pointed out, this market features more little boutique stalls than actual local, fresh produce that you'd expect at a true "farmers" market. That aside, there ARE several good produce stalls and many places selling harder to find food items. The other stalls are great to browse through - jams, soaps, teas galore. And the food court features a great range of tasty food, including Greek, wings, gourmet donuts and a tasty Vietnamese sub place. As long as you're not arriving expecting a more typical farmers market, it's definitely a great place to wander for a few hours every few months.
Fratello's coffee is definitely the best I've found in Calgary. Their espresso alone is worth the 30min drive to this market!
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