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St Paul's Farmer Market

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Where is the St Paul farmers market located? Also are there certain days/hours they are open? I really want to get some fresh goodies!

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Its on 5th street in Downtown St. Paul.

They are open Saturdays and Sundays until like noon or 1pm I think. They are also open on Tuesdays for a couple hours I believe.

A quick web search for St. Paul Farmers Market will bring you to their HSOforum and all of their other locations. They have sites all over the metro all week long.

Been there the last couple of weeks. Lots of good stuff right now.

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Here's how directions are given by someone from St. Paul:

From Cabbage Grove wink take 52 to the Savoy Bar, take a left and go over the bridge to the Gopher bar. Turn left and it's just before you get to the Depot bar. laugh

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Here's how directions are given by someone from St. Paul:

From Cabbage Grove wink take 52 to the Savoy Bar, take a left and go over the bridge to the Gopher bar. Turn left and it's just before you get to the Depot bar. laugh

mmm gopher bar...now I'm hungry for conies....

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Nothin like a Gopher coney! The farmers market on 6th and st pete is open tues and thurs like 11 - 2ish.

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The coney's are great but don't overlook Savoy Pizza.

What a day, a couple of coney's with a cold frosty tap for lunch, a visit to the farmers market for fresh veggies, and a Savoy pizza for the ride home.

Life is good. laugh

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