Opened in 1885, Cincinnati’s Findlay Market is Ohio’s oldest continuously operated public market. The market houses around 25 local merchants year-round indoors, selling meats of every variety, farm-fresh eggs and dairy, spices, fresh smoothies, ethnic foods, fresh waffles, flowers, and produce.
Every Saturday and Sunday from March through December, the outdoor market holds another 60 vendors! There are homemade soaps, artwork, jewelry, and more food than you can imagine, and usually some form of entertainment along the way.
Our family took an adventure this weekend to Findlay Market. Unfortunately, we do not live close, so we don’t get to frequent this market, but it is such a treat when we do. We came home armed with two dozen eggs, lots of produce, and the names of several grass-fed meat vendors we are looking into purchasing from in the future.
If you live in Cincinnati, and you haven’t been to Findlay Market, what is wrong with you???? And if you are visiting our fine city, be sure to stop by and enjoy this historic landmark.