This is a very interesting indoor farmers market. Saturday is the day to go as all the farmers and vintners are there. A few places, including the chocolate shop, are open daily, but you really want to go on a Saturday and see all the vendors. Even if you are traveling, you can pick up some things that you can take home, like homemade jams, nuts, dried fruits, etc. Wine tastings are available from several Nova Scotia wineries on the upper level and well worth doing. Nova Scotia wines have come a long way since our first visit eleven years ago.
While you are there, be sure to stop at the nearby Garrison Brewery for a beer tasting. I tried several of their brews, served in small sampling glasses, and found all to be excellent, although I remain partial to Keith's pale ale.
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