KW’s Farmers’ Markets

We are a real lucky bunch. Not only do we have the St. Jacobs Farmer’s Market, there is also our own Kitchener Market. Other than the usual Saturday market, there are also frequent cooking classes. My favourite aspect of this K-market is the diverse delicious food available at the upper level.

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The hustle and bustle of Saturday morning made it a little tough to get a parking spot. There is a 2 hour free parking at the basement of the market.

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Good morning!

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Cake for breakfast sounded great.  ;)

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But we decided on Everyday Gourmet after circling the market twice, undecided.

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On the Table for Maple:

  1. Breakfast crepe with chicken ($7.50)
  2. Hanna’s Breakfast ($5)

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The crepe was massive!

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Take a photo of your lunch, purchased at one of the 10 international food court vendors at the Kitchener Market, and post it on our Facebook wall or tag us on Twitter with hashtag #MyKitchenerMarketLunch to be entered for your chance to win. Contest closes Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 3 p.m.

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A great day at the market. Did you go to either markets today?

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4 thoughts on “KW’s Farmers’ Markets

  1. Yay! We love the Kitchener Market too! It sustained us throughout the winter with all the great root veggies :) (and Bailey’s is really great too!)

    1. Yes!! I usually go to St. Jacobs just because it is closer to my place and easier to get parking ;)

      P.S. Thanks for commenting and introducing me to your blog!! I really enjoyed reading it.

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