Mar 5, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: City Paper
For those seeking some history to go with their market fare, Hollins Market , which is 16 years shy of its bicentennial and, thus, the city's oldest existing market, is the best Baltimore has to offer.
I love Hollins market! I wish they'd upgrade
their inventory to start selling artisan breads, baguettes & fresh cut flowers!
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