Lexington Market, the world's largest, continuously operating market. Situated on the blocks between Eutaw, Lexington, Greene and Saratoga Streets, Lexington Market has served the community on this site since 1782. The Market provides fresh meats, seafood, produce, international cuisine, prepared foods and in-market dining. Above the 130 merchant stalls, affordable catered meeting facilities are available. Lexington Market's signature events include Brunch with the Elephants, The Annual Preakness Crab Derby, The Chocolate Festival, the Annual Holiday Fashion Extravaganza, Black History Month and "Free Live Music at the Market," a Friday and Saturday noon-time concert series featuring all genres of live musical entertainment. As a Baltimore WestSide Renaissance partner, Lexington Market completed major renovations in 2002 and continues to pursue revitalization initiatives.Plan to visit Lexington Market during your Baltimore vacation using our convenient Baltimore trip builder tool .
For more information, visit www.lexingtonmarket.com
Lexington Market Reviews
(To quote another traveler here) It was the most multicultural area I could see (during my visit to Baltimore). It is an interesting area, it may seem dangerous, but it is not. A historic place with g... more »
And absolutely excellent well known world famous eating location for everyone world renowned for its crabs and shrimp and fish. They have food stalls and a variety of vendors, lots of good food choices. There's a large food court with plenty of tables to rest and relax and enjoy your meals a nice place for the family to come and dine out in a warm enjoyable atmosphere customer service at these different stalls is excellent and all the food is always good.
Accidentally found myself in this place. It's a hood open food court but I loved it.... Friday oysters shucked on the spot.. served on paper plates but oh well.. The fried chicken was killer... Fresh fruits on veggies...oh my.
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