Borough Market | London

Est. 1014

Located at the base of the London Bridge, Borough Market is London’s oldest food marketplace. Borough Market reflects London’s status as a global city offering traditional British produce alongside regional specialties from around the world.

Grand Bazaar | Istanbul

Est. 1461

The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered markets in the world, featuring over 5,000 vendors and attracting over 300,000 visitors per day. While many of the world’s markets are known for their vast array of food offerings, the Grand Bazaar is famous for its jewelery, hand-painted ceramics, embroideries and antique shops.

Pike Place Market | Seattle

Est. 1907

One of the oldest continuously operating farmers’ markets in the United States and Seattle’s most popular tourist attraction, Pike Place Market spans 11 buildings along the downtown Seattle waterfront. In addition to being an excellent source for the bounty of the Pacific Northwest, one of the market’s founding goals is to allow consumers to “Meet the Producer.”

La Boqueria | Barcelona

Est. 1914

Located on the heavily trafficked La Rambla, Barcelona’s famous tree-lined pedestrian thoroughfare, La Boqueria boasts an incredible collection of butchers, fishmongers, grocers and charcuterists. These fresh food purveyors are complemented by a collection of tiny restaurants offering fresh seafood and Mediterranean specialties to locals and tourists alike.

The Market Line | Lower East Side

Coming Summer 2018

Spanning three city blocks in the heart of the Lower East Side, The Market Line will be one of the largest markets in the world. With soaring ceilings and elevated gardens, the Market Line will be home to more than 100 vendors celebrating the rich diversity and unique energy of New York City.