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So it is a national historic site. It is the oldest working farmers market in the country. It’s a great place to stop and get lunch especially if you’ve done a tour of the old city and there are lots of old town walking tours...More
This is the oldest city market in continuous operation in North America in the first incorporated city in Canada... wow... when you look up it looks like an ark upended, which shows the shipbuiling heritage of its creators. A simple gem.
My quest was to find the best lobster roll in town. I visited a couple of nearby seafood places (Billys and Brannons) and they were good, but Lords' seafood in the market I found to be equally as good at half the price. Admittedly, seating...More
The neat thing about this market is that it is that you walk uphill as you explore the market. It is located in the downtown area of Saint John. You enter from the shore side on the low level and walk your way up one...More
Every time I'm in Saint John I make sure to visit the Saint John City Market. In fact, I tend to buy most of my meals there - it's like a food court in a beautiful historic building! There are some great indie food spots...More
We really liked the Saint John City Market as although it is highly visited by tourists from the cruise ship, it contains many shops and vendors that sell local goods, many of which are hand made and unique to New Brunswick. It has local artisans...More