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Rated: 3.5 Stars $.
Address: 400 W Lexington St Baltimore, MD 21201.
Phone: (410) 685-6169
Specialties: Grocery, Seafood Markets, Fast Food.
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Lexington Market is a taste of Baltimore you can’t find anywhere else. It’s local people making local food, incorporating local favorites with flavors from all around the world. It’s diverse, it’s unique, it’s Baltimore. More
400 W Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 21201-1752. Website +1 410-685-6169. Getting there. Baltimore Penn Station 24 min. Rental Cars See rental cars from $30/day. ... I went recently to the Lexington market in Baltimore and had the best seafood I have ever had on earth. The vendors at each stand were so so so kind, friendly and accommodating. I ... More
BALTIMORE — The famous Lexington Market is set to reopen in Baltimore following closure due to coronavirus restrictions. The market will be open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. - 4... More
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Demolition of a portion of the Lexington Market in Baltimore is underway to make room for a $40 million renovation. The demolition of the market’s arcade portion began Tuesday, spokesperson Dave O’Donnell said. The arcade portion of the building, which was built in the 1980s, will be replaced with a pedestrian plaza. More
Lexington Market in downtown Baltimore is now reopen, operating in a limited capacity after initially closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. The market opened July 23, according to its website,... More
Transform Lexington Market is the movement to renew and improve Baltimore’s iconic Lexington Market. For 238 years, the Market has been a staple of Baltimore life and a hub for small businesses and food access. Now, the project to build a new Market building adjacent to the current structure is under way, and everyone is invited to be a part ... More
Baltimore’s Lexington Market is the oldest market in America. Founded in 1782 at the site where it stands today, Lexington has served Baltimore and surrounding communities for more than nine generations. It’s as old as America itself. A New Market for America More
Baltimore officials issued new plans for a redeveloped Lexington Market, where a new building will have a smaller footprint and cost less than earlier plans for the revamped market. By Sarah ... More
A family owned and operated business since 1886, Faidley Seafood continues to operate in Baltimore providing award winning crab cakes, prepared foods and freshly merchandised seafood in a market place atmosphere to locals and visitors alike. More