What is Masstown Market?
Masstown Market features fresh local seasonal produce, a full-service Deli, home-style baking, an in-store Restaurant, delicious ice cream at the Dairy Bar, NSLC Liquor Boutique, beautiful plants in the Garden Centre, and a unique Gift Shop.
Is the fish boat open in Masstown?
May 2022, the Fish Boat is now open 11am to 7pm, seven days a week. I want people to enjoy the freshest and tastiest fish chips they have ever had, says Masstown Market owner Laurie Jennings, And to do this we use fresh local products whenever possible.
Can I bring an RV to Masstown?
RV’s are always welcome, with plenty of parking at the rear of the main Market building or across from Masstown Market at Masstown Butcher Creamery. Our Restaurant offers both dine-in and take-way food services. The Fish Boat is open from early May until Thanksgiving weekend in October. The full service Deli and Dairy Bar are open year-round.
Is Masstown a tourist trap?
You can enjoy a delicious feed of fish chips on the dock, along with other tasty seafood choices from our Fish Chip Boat. Masstown Butcher Creamery is located right across the road. Suggest edits to improve what we show. Tourist trap? It’s a tourist trap! Prices are highly inflated especially the gift shop garden center.
What is Masstown Market?
Masstown Market is very much a one stop shopping experience. You can find everything from basic necessities, fresh produce and fine cuts of meat to unique gifts, home décor, trending apparel and flowering shrubs.
Where did the Acadians settle in Masstown?
Masstown had its beginnings with French settlers, known as Acadians, settling the area near the Cobequid Bay in 1705. Just up from Masstown Market, is a cairn marking the site of the first Acadian church in Nova Scotia. The area is predominately farmland.
When was Masstown Market founded?
Masstown Market. Masstown Market began as a farm-gate operation in the spring of 1969, and over fifty years later has grown to become a local landmark thanks to our tradition of quality foods, great selection, and friendly service.
Is Masstown Market barrier free?
A visit to Masstown Market is like coming home to good friends, family and comforting food. We are a fully accessible, barrier free establishment offering year-round service.
Where are the kennels in Masstown?
Self-service kennels are located near the Lighthouse. RV’s are always welcome, with plenty of parking at the rear of the main Market building or across from Masstown Market at Masstown Butcher & Creamery.
Where are accessible washrooms in Masstown?
There are accessible parking spaces at all entrances. Accessible washrooms are located in the main Market, Lighthouse, Masstown Petro Canada, and Masstown Butcher & Creamery. Please view the Map to learn more.
Is the Fish Boat open in Masstown?
The Fish Boat is open from early May until Thanksgiving weekend in October. The full service Deli and Dairy Bar are open year-round. Bike Nights are held on Tuesday evenings during the summer in the Butcher & Creamery parking area. Classic Cars Cruise-in is held on Friday Night all summer at the rear of Masstown Market.
When is classic car cruise in?
Classic Cars Cruise-in is popular on Friday Nights all summer long.
What are the fruits of the Masstown market?
By August the raspberries, wild blueberries and corn are filling the produce bins followed by an abundant fall harvest of turnips, cabbage, pumpkins, squash and more! For over 50 years, Masstown Market has been featuring Nova Scotia apples and pears, with over a dozen varieties in stock at any one time.
When is Hodge podge harvest in NS?
Local peas, beans, carrots and new potatoes make for a delicious NS Hodge Podge as the summer progresses. By August the raspberries, wild blueberries and corn are filling the produce bins followed by an abundant fall harvest of turnips, cabbage, pumpkins, squash and more!
When was the market grocery built?
The Market Grocery has been built around the cornerstones of quality, selection, and value ever since our first fruits and vegetables were harvested in the summer of 1969, and those strong traditions continue today. We believe in offering local farmers a fair price for their hard work getting food to our tables and we specialize in hard-to-find local favourites like marsh greens, gooseberries, beet greens, fiddleheads, and crabapples.