Go with me to Findlay Market

On Sunday, I went to Findlay Market with UC International, had a tour leading with a guide. We tasted two excellent food, waffles, and Vietnamese noodles.

P1: Taste of Belgium is a restaurant group of Belgian-inspired eateries.
P2: This upbeat Vietnamese joint is the perfect spot to chow down after a long day of shopping

Findlay Market is the only surviving municipal market house of the nine public markets operating in Cincinnati in the 19th and early 20th century. The market house is built on land donated to the City of Cincinnati, using a durable but unconventional cast and wrought iron frame, a construction technology that had been little used in the United States. Findlay Market was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. The structure was among the first markets in the United States to use iron frame construction technology and is one of very few that have survived.

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This market is one you can’t miss when you come to Cincinnati. It is always liveliest during the weekend – Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Many people shop for groceries, taste lots of food, and go in and out of small stores while in the area.

If you’re looking for something else to do after your tour of the market, you can take the Cincinnati Streetcar as far downtown as the banks by the river. There is so much to see!

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