I thought this farmers market would be something like the weekly street markets we have in the Montevideo neighborhoods. Maybe that's why I waited for over a year to go to the Mercado Agricola. I was taken completely by surprise. The fruits and vegetables are a minor part of the attraction of this upscale market. The restored structure alone is worth the trip to this part of town. The steel and wood work is magnificent; I had to walk around and look at everything twice concentrating the first time on the shops and the second time on the architecture. My husband and I enjoyed the craft beer at Mastro, had fun choosing what kind of candy to buy from the huge, well-displayed selection at Fini, and enjoyed a gyro from Barbaros. If you need to stock up on gluten-free products, there's a health food store. If you're looking for a specific kind of tea, there are three different shops that specialize. If you're into hydroponic gardening, there's a shop for that. Handicrafts, chocolate, wine, and children's gifts are also in the mix. This is a place to have fun and shop. We visited in the early afternoon at lunch time, but it also looks like it would be a great place to be any time!