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The market is open on Saturday mornings and is worth a stop. We arrived Friday and were able to pick up many fresh vegetables and treats for the week. I purchased basil, carrots, macarons, snap peas, pepperoni and saw many other great options. The market...More
Every Sat morning we meander over to the market and pick up fresh veggies for dinner. We usually grab a bite at one of the various food stalls - Cabin, but also back bacon on a bun, great Indian dishes, Samosas, and more. We pick...More
This market is open on Saturdays in Collingwood by the Loblaws. There are items available from locals as well as from the Niagara Region. From fruit and veggies to apple cider. Can be pricey at times but it always fun to come try some treats...More
You have to come here. Apples pumpkins pies meats local baked goods
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If you want to experience a little local flavour...you will enjoy the Collingwood Farmer's Market. It has numerous booths which supply a number of different items...like wine, bakery goods, assorted foods and vegetables and local craft type goods.
I particularly enjoy going to the booth...More
We tried a few others in the area and left with nothing. For example you don't expect to be buying Product of USA at a local market. Was worth waiting for Saturday (the only day it runs). Left with lots but a tad pricey. Otherwise...More
With over 40 booths containing everything from baked goods, food, to cider, beer and wine, leather goods and accessories this was a great place to visit. Enjoyed sampling many of the offerings and of course purchased more then intended, but it was all too inviting.
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This is an outdoor farmers and craft market and as such has no restaurants. Many of the vendors sell food products and of course vegetables, maple syrup, jams and jellies are naturally gluten free. A couple of stalls sell... More
This is an outdoor farmers and craft market and as such has no restaurants. Many of the vendors sell food products and of course vegetables, maple syrup, jams and jellies are naturally gluten free. A couple of stalls sell bread so that would contain gluten. There are several restaurants nearby but you would have to check their menu to see if they have gluten free offerings.