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The 'Food & Wine' magazine placed the St. Lawrence Market among the 25 best markets in the world. You won't find a better place in the town for fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and fish. Not to mention exotic foods from every ethnic corner. The historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood also has over 50 vendors offering some of the best delicatessens and restaurants in the city, with a wide range of speciality foods, deli meats, fish and seafood, baked goods and gourmet teas and coffees. Opening hours differ for the farmers market and south market.
The Leslieville Flea becomes a vibrant market on the third Sunday of every month. During summers it is in The Fermenting Cellar and winters are in The Jimmy Simpson Rec Center. But no matter where it is located, it is a popular bazaar for unique items. You will find retro furniture, artisanal designs, antiques, vintage textiles and designer works. They also have food stalls to satisfy your hunger pangs while shopping.
Dr. Flea's Flea Market is touted to be the largest of its kind in the city. This weekend market was established in 1987 and features an indoor and outdoor shopping area. From collectibles to cosmetics, home products to clothing, comic books to records and food stalls to farmer's market, there is plenty to shop about. You will also find nail salons, hairdressers, bakeries, poultry and delis. With more than 400 vendors, you will get some great bargain deals here.
From clothing, fragrances, Chinese art, gift articles, antiques, accessories to repair shops, household items and much more, Mississauga Flea Market is where you can find it all. Open only on Saturdays and Sundays, a visit to this flea market is must while in the city for the array of products and service it has on offer. For those wishing to buy fresh produce, the farmers' market at the Mississauga Flea Market comes highly recommended, as they sell fresh fruits and vegetables sourced from nearby farms. The Mississauga Flea Market also has an extensive food court where visitors can sample Oriental to Occidental cuisine.