Kensington Market

Wedged between Chinatown and Little Italy, this rich cultural hub is one of North America's best street markets. It’s full of old and colorful buildings, and was named a national heritage site since November 2006. You’ll find a diverse mix of Toronto’s population here. With the variety of global and fusion restaurants, not to mention an eclectic mix of shops and vendors, it’s the perfect place to try something new.

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Kensington Fruit Market

Address
36 Saint Andrew Street

It’s hard to miss this place. This prominent grocer, right on the busy corner of Kensington and St. Andrew, has the best produce value in the neighbourhood, with prices low enough to ruin you for chain grocers. When you walk inside, you’re treated to a well-organized and colorful grocery shop. In the summer, they also have small planters perfect for the home. This is a convenient grocer to visit when doing any complementary grocery shopping in Chinatown nearby.

Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Kensington Fruit Market
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Tom's Place

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