Pike's Place Market

Pikes’s Place Market, Seattle.

The seafood, the vegetables and the show courteous of the fishmongers.

If you are a foodie you can hardly wait to get to a kitchen or the dining table.

Check out the original Starbuck across the street.

Zingerman’ Deli, Ann Arbor, MI.

Rated by Food and Wine magazine as on of the top 35 markets in the world.

Their corned beef is far and away the best I have every had – including New York City.

Santa Fe Market

The Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Chiles are the highlight with the rests of he market providing all the goodies for great southwestern food.

The market itself is situated on the historic Santa Fe railroad.

Mercado de la Merced, Mexico City.

This is the largest traditional public market in Mexico City.

It is located just east of historic city center.

Mercado de la Merced
St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada

National Geographic rates it as the No. 1 food market in the world.

Don’t miss the ‘Arts”, cooking classes and seasonal events.

Century old Market, St. Lucia

Don’t miss the big green breadfruit, giant avacades and island’s famous spices: star anise, nutmeg and vanilla

St.Lucia Market
La Boqueria, Barcelona

La Boqueria, Barcelona, Spain

The is the best foot market in Barcelona, a city obsessed with eating well.

The food is diverse and fresh. The kicker is that much of it can be samples in the small bars located throughout the market.

The Ferry Building Market, San Francisco

The market has it all. Purveyors inside the historic Ferry Building along with restaurants an tasting bars.

The market continue outside with fantastic views go the bay, food trucks and pop-up restaurant operated by some of the cities most famous restaurants. Then there is the music and fantastic people watching.

Ferry Building Market