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You can now get delivery and curbside pickup at St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market vendors have made delivery, pickup, curbside collection and advanced ordering available to customers.

The essential service still isn't closing down, according to an update from the market. However, non-essential non-food businesses are all temporarily closed, and all vendors have a choice about whether to close or not.

The main South Market at 91-95 Front Street East remains open to the public from Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 5 a.m. to 4 p.m.

COVID-19 Update: Revised St. Lawrence Market Hours Beginning on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 St. Lawrence Market will have modified hours of operation. The Market will continue to be open to the public for the following hours of operation. South Market (main Market at 91-95 Front Street East): Tuesdays to Fridays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays: 5 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays and Mondays: closed The Market will be closed on Sunday, April 12, 2020 and Monday, April 13, 2020 as per existing hours of operation. St. Lawrence Market merchants, farmers and vendors have the option to close their store or stall. Those that are closed have signage posted on site. A full list of stores with closures is available at stlawrencemarket.com, the list is updated daily with all information available. All non-essential (non-food) businesses at the St. Lawrence Market have temporarily closed until further notice. The Saturday Farmers Market (located at the Temporary Market at 125 The Esplanade) continues to operate every Saturday from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Sunday Antique Market is temporarily closed until further notice. The St. Lawrence Market is a public food market that provides fresh and prepared foods to local residents. Since 1803 the Market has been a community anchor offering products and services to the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood and Toronto overall. The Market believes in the importance of local food systems and is committed to remaining open to provide food access. The Market is a food retail establishment that remains open under guidance from the Province of Ontario. In collaboration with our colleagues at Toronto Public Health and other City partners, the St. Lawrence Market continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation. While further information becomes available through the Medical Officer of Health, the Market continues to exercise an abundance of caution and take additional actions related to the developing COVID-19 situation. For the full COVID-19 response visit stlawrencemarket.com #covid19

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The Sunday Antique Market is temporarily closed, but the Saturday Farmers Market still operates from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m., and screenings will be conducted at both the South Market and Farmers Market at peak times on Saturdays, asking customers questions about whether they have certain symptoms or a recent history of travel.

All events and third party event bookings at St. Lawrence Market have been postponed or cancelled until June 30, 2020.

There are detailed lists of which merchants are open and closed, as well as which merchants offer delivery, pickup and curbside collection on the St. Lawrence website.

COVID-19 Update: St. Lawrence Market Vendors with Delivery, Pick-Up, Curbside Collection & Advanced Ordering Options In collaboration with our colleagues at Toronto Public Health and other City partners, the St. Lawrence Market is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. The Market continues to be open to the public for revised hours of operation, but is also encouraging customers to use alternative shopping methods at the Market to help them get the food that they need. Below is a list of St. Lawrence Market merchants, farmers and vendors offering alternative shopping methods such as advanced orders, curbside collection, pick-up and delivery. This list is updated daily with the most up to date information available. See the list at http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/pages/alternative_shopping_methods #stlawrencemarket #covi̇d19 #delivery #curbsidepickup #advancedorder #groceryshopping #physicaldistancing #flattenthecurve

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Several options like Buster's Sea Cove, Yianni's Kitchen and St. Urbain Bagels can be ordered through Uber Eats. Others like Sausage King, Olympic Cheese and Future Bakery are offering curbside pickup. You can also place orders in advance at many places, including Chris' Cheesemongers, Paddington's Pump and Caviar Direct.

St. Lawrence Market recommends using measures like delivery or curbside pickup and having a plan or placing orders in advance in order to practice social distancing. The market asks that customers shopping in person do so alone for the same reason.

Support local restaurants and #dineinathome Tomorrow (Wednesday, April 15, 2020) and every Wednesday is Take Out Day. If you can order take out from one of our Market restaurants including: Busters Seacove @busters.stlawrence Churrasco’s European Delight @eudelight Future Bakery @futurebakery_toronto Manotas Organic Latin Foods @manotaslatinfoods Paddingtons Pump Pasta Mia @pasta_mia_toronto St. Lawrence Juice Bar @stlawrencejuice St. Lawrence Pizza & Pasta @stlawrencepasta St. Urbain Bagel @sturbainbagel Ukrainian Store Dnister @dnisterukrainianstore Yianni’s Kitchen @yianniskitchen Remember to order in advance for pick up or delivery when possible and keep physically distant when getting your food. #stlawrencemarket #covi̇d19 #takeout #takeoutday #everywednesday #canadiantakeoutday #delivery #physicaldistancing #localrestaurant #staywell

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All seating has currently been removed from the market, and they're practicing advanced sanitization practices.

While we have to go without free samples at St. Lawrence Market right now, being able to get caviar, bagels, and fine meats and cheeses without leaving the couch seems like a fair trade-off.

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