St Lawrence Market Complex


Ranked #1 food market in the world by National Geographic! Since 1803, the market has been the culinary focal point of Toronto. Located at Lower Jarvis & Front St E, you'll find local Ontario grown products, specialty food items & unique products from around the world. With so much to see, taste and discover – where do we start?
The St. Lawrence Market Complex has three main buildings: The South Market, the North Market and St. Lawrence Hall.

The South Market has more than 120 specialty vendors of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods & dairy products, and non-food items for sale. On the second floor is the Market Gallery, an exhibition space for the City of Toronto's Cultural Services.

The North Market is known for its Saturday Farmers' Market, which started in 1803 and has operated continually until today. On Sundays, peruse the wares of more than 80 antique dealers from dawn to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

St. Lawrence Hall, built in 1850, is home to retail businesses & City offices. Its 3rd floor, restored in 1967, has a Great Hall which can be rented for weddings & other special events.
Hours of Operations:
Tuesday-Thursday: 8am-6pm
Friday: 8am-7pm
Saturday: 5am-5pm
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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  • Wheelchair Accessible : No
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