Photo Tour of the New Lexington Market

| December 8, 2022 | 0 Comments

The new Lexington Market opened in October at 112 N. Eutaw St. Downtown. The market, which has been in Baltimore for 240 years, reopened in a new 61,000 sq. ft. building next to the now-former Lexington Market. The Arcade building was demolished to make way for a new public plaza in between the new and former Lexington Market.

Vendors at two-story Lexington Market are Baltimore Museum of Art, Black Acres Roastery, Blacksmiths, Blue Island Malaysian, Bmore Vegan Joint, Brookdale Farms Poultry, Buffalo Bill’s II, Buns n’ Sons, Charro Negro, Cho’s Sea Garden, Connie’s Chicken and Waffles, Dancing Potato, Deddle’s Donuts, DosiRock, Faidley’s Seafood, Fleurs d’ Ave, Garden Produce, Bees Jamaican-Me-Crazy, Kofman’s Shoe Repair, Kokee Tea, Krause’s Lite Fare, Lumbini Nepali Fusion, Market Bakery, Mount Royal Soaps, Ovenbird, Platinum Amala, Plum Good Spice and Tea Salon, Ronny’s Combo, Royal Deli, Sausage Master, Sony Side Cafe, Super Fried Chicken, Taharka Brothers, Tio G’s Empanadas, Tossed Together, Total Health Center, and Trinacria.

Businesses with kiosks include Elite Secrets Bridal, Ethnicitees, Harp Vision, Love Hope and Leather, Milton’s Daughter’s, and Urban Reads.

Lexington Market also has a meeting and event room called The Baltimore Room.

Lexington Market is currently open Monday to Saturday from 6am to 5pm.

Check out a photo tour below.

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