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Buffalo, New York 


Broadway Market 


The Broadway Market is located between Gibson and Lombard Streets in the city’s Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood. The indoor market opened during the late 19th century by East European immigrants settling in Buffalo. Occupying an entire block, the market then was more than just a place for the immigrants to shop but also a place to socialize and preserve their East European heritage. The first market burned down during the turn of the 20th century and rebuilt into a larger market. The market was rebuilt again and expanded in the 1950s to its current size and then renovated in the mid-1980s.

Though renovated and modernized, the Broadway Market still retains an East European character. Many of the shops and vendors here are family-owned businesses and some have been around for generations. Food items sold here include meats, poultry, seafood, dairy products, oven fresh bakeries, fresh vegetables, and fruits. Exotic food items include gourmet foods, smoked salmon, preserves, pickles, condiments, horseradish, olives, and a variety of kosher foods. The market also features candy shops, delis, restaurants, and the Save-A-Lot discount supermarket.

Location: 999 Broadway, Buffalo, NY 14212

Website: Broadway Market

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