City of Rochester Public Market
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My favorite thing to do on Saturday's in Rochester. Go hungry lots of great eats- I love having breakfast and always live music too. Advice- go early...PACKED!
Rochester's City-run Public Market has served the community at its 280 N. Union Street site since 1905, and is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, year-round. Vendors--over 200 occupying over 300 vending stalls on busiest Saturdays--offer local produce, produce from around the country and world;…
Saturday Public Market is a gem!!! Beside the abundance of fresh produce you can find artisan cheeses & breads, local honey, exotic spices, organic meats and much more! There are fabulous restaurants and eateries there as well.....must go!
The Rochester City Public Market is a city-run market that has a large showing of vendors every single week. The market runs on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, with vendors that offer everything from fresh produce to specialty items to general merchandise.
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