St. Lawrence, a former industrial area, near the Canadian National railway embankment, is one of Toronto's most charming and popular market locales.
The St. Lawrence Market goes back to 1803, when it was a Saturday farmers market, on the shoreline of the town of York.
The St. Lawrence Market (south building), opened in 1902, incorporating the 1845 Toronto City Hall building, and restored in the 1970's, houses over 50 vendors selling fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses, as well as non-food items.
The Esplanade, with its restaurants, cafés and hotels runs through the center of the area.
The St. Lawrence neighbourhood is featured extensively in the novel Old City Hall, by Robert Rotenberg.
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