Usually, the farmer's market is not the first thing I would expect locals to suggest as the "must go to" attraction in a city, but on a lazy Saturday morning, I could certainly see the appeal to this place. The ground floor reminded me of giant international bake sale mixed with local produce. Our empty stomachs were happily satisfied with crepes, brochettes, lobster rolls and smoothies. If I had more room, I would've had the samosas, the sushi and the desserts too. Once your stomach is filled, you could stroll around the arts and crafts display on the second floor. Fun and lively place to grab breakfast and spend a couple of hours on a Saturday morning!
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