I enjoy the Halifax Seaport Farmer's Market. From the buskers to the smell of freshly baked goods and foods, to the sight of fresh plants ready for the garden and produce ready for a meal.
It can be really busy here, so if you like personal space and struggle with being caught in a crowd (moving down aisles between vendors) then this might not be for you.
But, if you're keen to see local wares, have breakfast or lunch, and pick up fresh foods to prep a meal later, then absolutely check this out. If you're having a meal on site, grab your food and head up to the rooftop patio that looks out over the water and towards the lighthouse. There's not often enough tables, but if the weather is nice, I've sat on the ground and looked out.
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