The market has two floors jam packed with vendors selling anything and everything you could possibly imagine. There is local produce, local cheeses and meats, fresh baked goodies, and some of the best breakfast options in Halifax. Every Saturday that we go I am so conflicted about what to have for breakfast. I want to try everything, but every time I try something new, I just want to get that over and over again, because how can anything be more delicious? Breakfast pizza, breakfast sushi, breakfast sandwiches, crepes, waffles, croissants and cronuts, cornish pastys, Indian food by the bucket full, gourmet coffees and teas, fresh squeezed juices, Antiguan food, Chinese food, steamed buns, gluten free and vegan treats, sea food and lobster rolls, authentic Mexican and Greek food... the possibilities are endless. The Halifax Seaport Market was one of our first stops when we moved back to Halifax from Korea. It's my absolute favourite place to bring Halifax visitors, particularly when the rooftop patio, which looks out over the Halifax Harbour, is open.
We try to go to the market every Saturday. I happened to bring my camera with me today when we went. The weather was absolutely gorgeous, 5 degrees and sunny (41 degrees Fahrenheit). It was so lovely that I decided to share some photos from the market today and from the past few months. If you are ever in Halifax, I strongly encourage you to make sure you stop by the Seaport Market!