Do the words "French food market" make you drool? How about the image of bright and lively Italian markets? It may come as a little bit of surprise to you at first, but Toronto's very own St. Lawrence Market is ranked the best food market in the world according to National Geographic's Top 10 picks.
St. Lawrence Market beats out French, Italian, and Singaporean food markets among other international food markets. It was established in 1803 and redeveloped and expanded to house over 120 retailers, running mainly on Saturdays but also opens on other days throughout the week at different hours. Special workshops and demonstrations, cooking classes, sampling, and seasonal celebrations are just a few of what St. Lawrence market has to offer to everyone.
To read more about the international markets Toronto bested, click here: National Geographic.