The Best Street Food Markets in Cincinnati, OH

People taking a stroll through Findlay Market
People taking a stroll through Findlay Market | © 5chw4r7z / Flickr
Laura Dorwart

Cincinnati, Ohio, is a great place to shop for street food, whether you’re looking for the day’s groceries or cuisine you’ve never tasted before. From local farmer’s markets to famous year-round international dining destinations, our guide to the best street food markets in Cincinnati will help you decide where to eat today in The Queen City.

1. Findlay Market

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Findlay Market is Cincinnati’s oldest street food market. This Ohio mainstay, which is open year-round, features dozens of vendors offering ethnic foods, baked goods, fresh produce, meats, cheeses, chocolate, and wine. Local farmers often feature their products at this Cincinnati favorite.

2. Boone County Farmer’s Market

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Just across the river from Cincinnati, Boone County Farmer’s Market features flowers, fruits, vegetables, and specialty foods from over 50 regional farming families in Northern Kentucky. In the fall, families flock to the market for pumpkins and mums. The market is open May through October in Burlington, Kentucky.

3. Newtown Farm Market

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Newtown Farm Market is a year-round market in Cincinnati that features an old-fashioned deli, a salad bar, a buffet of cheeses and olives, and seasonal favorites like apple cider and caramel apples. Fruits, flowers, vegetables, and Amish cakes and cookies are also on offer. You can also order fruit baskets, specialty treats, or Ohio maple syrup and honey from Newtown Farm Market for a holiday gift.

4. Hyde Park Farmers’ Market

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Hyde Park Farmers’ Market has been serving up produce and specialty foods outdoors from May through October in Cincinnati’s scenic, bustling Hyde Park neighborhood for years. A Sunday at Hyde Park Farmers’ Market makes for an absorbing shopping experience, with live music and sustainable organic produce from area farmers. In addition to fruits and vegetables, you can also find flowers, meats, cheeses, herbs and spices, eggs, and ready-made meals.

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