Whether you’re looking for clothes on the cheap, or organic fruits and veggies, there are a plethora of markets for every shopper in Fort Lauderdale. Read our guide to discover the ones on our radar.
Open and thriving since the 1960s, the Swap Shop flea market boasts 88 acres of shopping, entertainment, and food. The air conditioned complex is brimming with all kinds of exotic merchandise for shoppers to browse and buy, whether you’re just looking for a T-shirt, or international herbs and spices. The sprawling market houses amusement rides and a giant arcade to keep children entertained while adults shop. Grab lunch here and indulge in Chinese food of French food. Their international line of cuisine suits every craving.
Russian & International Food Market
Set in Somerset Shops in Boca Raton, this gourmet grocery store sells a large selection of Eastern European and Russian goods. Taste their vodka selection or their Russian soups, like the meat lover’s delight, solyanka—a thick, spicy mix of cured beef and pork. You can also try Turkish wraps and vegetarian entrées sold here.
Old Heidelberg Deli
Featuring German products and recipes, stop at the Old Heidelberg Deli for a taste of good old homemade kielbasa on their baked German bread and sauerkraut. As expected, the deli sells all kinds of sausages, hams, and meats, as well as cold cut sandwiches for meat lovers to indulge.
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Farmers Market
Located on El Prado Park, this open air farmers’ market features locally-grown fruits, produce, and, ironically, empanadas and popcorn. A plus for your pet, they also sell dog biscuits! You can also stop here for hand soaps, shea butter, and other lotions. The market is open year-around so you can have your local produce any day.