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“Over Priced - Rude Vendors”
Review of Stockton Market

Stockton Market
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Stockton
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

Ok, so I understand that I live in an area that is full of people living in million dollar homes but $30 a pound for salmon? When I asked why it was $30 I was told it wa organic - and if I had to ask, I couldn't afford it! How rude is that?!?! It better cook and clean up after itself for that kind of money!! Not even Whole Foods gets away with that! Then the produce, there are plenty of local markets to get produce at half of the price charged here. Same with the Pork guy. Really - $12/lb for pork? There are butchers all over bucks county that are not that high for simple pork chops. Heck, I go to farm in PRINCETON and buy free range berkshire pork for less - it is just a shame. maybe the rent is high so the vendors have to jack up their prices but dont waster your time unless you have a few hundred to drop on overpriced goods.

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Reviewed June 4, 2012

This is such a treasure of a place with a true cornucopia of offerings. From local farmer's such as Bobolink (a great dairy farm with the most wonderful artisanal cheeses & breads) over gourmet chocolate makers to home made salsa and enchiladas, this market has something for everyone. If you are just a bit "peckish" you can always just eat your way across the market's plentiful samples, but if you have a bigger appetite, there are plenty of wonderful treats, such as the home made BBQ place tucked away in the corner or of course the enchiladas. If you have more of a sweet tooth there are tasty home made cookies, cakes and chocolates as well as ice cream. While there are regulars such as the great Moroccan (unfiltered- yum!) olive oil & argan oil stand, or the basket weaver, there are also more transient vendors so stop by frequently. Don't forget to stock up on Bobolink's wonderful cheeses, organic lamb, beef or chicken, fresh eggs, fresh vegetables or home made chutneys. This is a fun place to visit for everybody. If you've not yet stopped by, the only sad part is that the gallery is no longer part of the attractions. It was a great way to finish the visit. Unfortunately, this wonderful Stockton institution has been replaced by a baker/coffee shop.

Thank Lagourmandise
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Reviewed March 31, 2012

We stop by almost every weekend for bread from Crossroad's Bakery and Bobolink.
Last week we tried the Medieval bread with olives from Boblink, unbelievable, the best thing I've had since living in the Sicilian country sides, where they ground their own wheat and baked the thick crusted breads in wood fired oven.

Thank traveledges
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Reviewed March 30, 2012

Upon entering the Stockton Market (indoors--available year long, with multiple vendors), you can see you are in for a treat just by the tables on both sides of the front door. On one side is a decadent cupcake maker with beautifully decorated little gems at a reasonable price. The other side is a true farmers market with fresh produce, honey, and homemade soaps.
Mmmmmm.....inside also includes a gourmet marmalade maker, a divine cheesecake baker (gluten-free options available), a bread baker, heirloom mushrooms, Mexican take-out with the most delicious tamales and guacamole, more homemade soaps and baskets, and ice cream to die for.
At the back of the market are pricey chocolates that are worth every penny,
(try the most decadent hot chocolate in the world), a fishmonger with gorgeous shellfish, salmon and more. and OF COURSE, The Mighty Quinn,
a prepared food stall with sliders, chili, mac and cheese that will make you want to stay for lunch every time you visit.

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Reviewed August 21, 2017
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