Baltimore's six public markets, all established in the 18th- and 19th-centuries, attract customers to their stalls where butchers, bakers, and fish mongers still ply their trades today. You'll find fresh flowers and vegetables, prepared local and international foods, and sometimes even wares like cell phones at these fascinating marketplaces. Baltimore's first public market, erected in at Gay and Baltimore streets, was financed by a lottery. Eventually, eleven markets sprang up throughout the city.
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Lotte Plaza , the international market that primarily sells Asian food and products, is opening a store in Catonsville. According to a press release, the store has signed a lease for the 46,square-foot retail space that had been occupied by Toys "R" Us on Baltimore National Pike. The store will undergo renovations, which are expected to begin this month, and is scheduled to open this summer The store will bring jobs to Catonsville initially, according to Alvin Lee, director of Lotte Plaza. The Ellicott City store is also on Baltimore National Pike, but Lee said the Catonsville store will help them reach a different market.
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The Food Market focuses on approachable, serious comfort food, in a smartly designed industrial-modern space. If you wish to surprise a friend or relative with a bottle of wine, dessert, etc. Please call the restaurant in advance to let us know us the details and keep in mind that gift cards will not be processed until payment has been received. We do not accept credit card information over the phone. Website photography by Daniel McGarrity.