Dundurn Market- Local Grocery & Home Delivery
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The Dundurn Market is located a short 3min drive or 14min walk (1.1km) from our BnB ~ a specialty grocery store focusing on local, organic and healthy food and grocery options.
Cute little market filled with locally grown organic fruits/veggies, fresh herbs and specialty grocery items. Specialty coffees, teas and ice-cream. They also serve ready-made savoury items. Vegan/vegetarian options available. Within walking distance.
Great for grabbing a coffee and pastry, or your groceries. Super convenient and run by local friendly staff.
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“Are you looking for delicious, fresh-baked treats? Look no further! This tiny bakery is so yummy, you'll want to come back and visit the city just to enjoy some more tasty treats! Just a short walk up the street!”
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“Just around the corner from our BnB on Locke St. S. is The Burnt Tongue ~ a Soup restaurant with three locations in Hamilton, Ontario. Our menu consists of Frites, Burgers, Salads, Sandwiches and a Soup menu which changes on a daily basis. For menu updates please call in or check with our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.”
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“Enough said Next to the LCBO s.. or is it the LCBO next to the Beer Store! Walk down the street on Stanley , turn right on Dundurn - and less than 5 min walk and you have arrived! Cheers! ”
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“Our mission is simple: to discover, educate about, and offer healthy living products. This was Janet's mission back in 1981 when she first opened the doors to Goodness Me!, and it hasn't wavered since. We exist to help people live longer and healthier lives through our product offering, education focus, information, and customer service. We'll help you navigate the confusing world of health and nutrition and figure out a plan that works for you. Whether you're starting fresh in the world of nutrition or are a seasoned expert, we want to help you discover the power of food.”
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