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“Peaches, pickles, boiled peanuts and breakfast ”

Charleston Farmers Market
Ranked #1 of 95 Shopping in Charleston
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed meeting the vendors and strolling amongst the different stalls in this small farmers market. There is a kind lady who sells the most delicious, spicy pickles. Another lady sells oak infused, low country salt to use on tomatoes or on rims of cocktail glasses. We bought peaches because how could we not, it’s summer!

Thank Catherine R
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Reviewed 7 June 2018

I enjoyed a nice Saturday morning walk around the Charleston Farmers Market. I was impressed by the variety of goods - everything from fresh baked goods and cheese to jewelry and arts. A great way to spend an hour or so in Charleston on a weekend!

Thank lirwin13
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Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

The farmers market was well worth taking a walk through. We were actually on a brief morning exercise walk when we saw this and decided to take a quick walk through. We got to sample a bunch of different pickles, olives, bread, and olive oil. There was a bunch of stands set up with art worth and other various items. It’s not a must see but if you are passing by it is worth a walk through although it was a little crowded

Thank chris1689
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Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

Again not really sure this is an attraction

The market consisted of around 20 plus stalls

Made better because it was also part of the Spoleto festival when we visited

However always good fun to wander about these markets

Come expecting what it says on the label and you will not be disappointed

Thank Collin M
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Reviewed 27 May 2018

We wanted to get a lunch here while we were downtown. Walking through was difficult and lines were long for all of the places to eat. There is a good variety of foods, crafts, and local products. You can buy local vegetables as well as locally made items. There is a sweetgrass basket booth. There are samples in front of some of the booths. The people are friendly and will answer questions.

Thank Terrie J
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