- Lancaster Central Market
- 23 North Market Street
- Lancaster, PA 17603
Regional food specialties include Pennsylvania Dutch sausage, scrapple (a breakfast meat of pork scraps and cornmeal), and headcheese (like scrapple, an acquired taste). You'll also find preserves, including chowchow (pickled vegetables in a spicy mustard sauce), and bread and butter pickles.
Though the current market building was built in 1889, the Market in Lancaster has been in existence since the city began in the early 1730's. In 1995 it was voted as one of the "Great Public Places" in America.
Open Tuesdays and Fridays, 6:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Saturdays, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm year-round; the market is also a great place to buy souvenirs.
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- Other Info : Open Tues & Fri 6am - 4pm, Sat 6am - 2pm
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