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The City Market

The City Market

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lat: 39.1095296 long: -94.582313

Open year round, featuring shops, restaurants, produce stands, spices, and import grocers, the City Market connects local businesses and growers to the community.  Vendors in the Farmers Market provide access to fresh food.  Restaurants serve a variety of cuisines from Ethiopian food to locally sourced sandwiches.  During colder months, the City Market hosts flea market popups with retro and vintage pieces.  Also known as the River Market, this is the region’s largest farmers market.  Founded in 1857, the City Market has been a hub of commerce and community for more than a century and continues to create new experiences and opportunities.

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