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Soulard Farmer’s Market

Listed under Food Markets in St. Louis, United States.

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Since 1838, Soulard Farmer’s Market has been providing St. Louisians with the freshest of produce. The lone survivor of a string of outdoor markets, Soulard’s has experienced a rebirth in recent years and now stands alone as an important city landmark.

Visitors to Soulard can purchase fresh vegetables, flowers, fruits, meats or simply enjoy a baked good and a walk between stalls. Surrounded by the historic French Soulard neighbourhood, the architecture of the area is noteworthy in and of itself. The rich character and history of the area are enhanced immensely by the presence of this attraction, and it’s hard to locals to picture St. Louis without it.

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Written by  Alex Witt.

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