Baltimore: Lexington Market

<b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/lexington-market-inc-baltimore">Lexington Market</A></b>, the world's largest continuously running market, was started in 1782 on land donated by General John Eager Howard, a hero of the American Revolution. Named after the Battle of Lexington, Lexington Market spreads from Eutaw Street to Lexington Street with stalls full of crab cakes, deli sandwiches, fried chicken and gyros. Live music serenades patrons during lunch on Fridays and Saturdays. The best known eateries are <b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/faidleys-seafood-baltimore">Faidley's Seafood</A></b> and Berger's Bakery. <i>--Krishana Davis</i><br><br>
400 W. Lexington St.<br>
<a href="http://www.lexingtonmarket.com/" target=new>lexingtonmarket.com</A>

( Jed Kirschbaum, Baltimore Sun / January 7, 2003 )

Lexington Market, the world's largest continuously running market, was started in 1782 on land donated by General John Eager Howard, a hero of the American Revolution. Named after the Battle of Lexington, Lexington Market spreads from Eutaw Street to Lexington Street with stalls full of crab cakes, deli sandwiches, fried chicken and gyros. Live music serenades patrons during lunch on Fridays and Saturdays. The best known eateries are Faidley's Seafood and Berger's Bakery. --Krishana Davis

400 W. Lexington St.
lexingtonmarket.com

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