In a recent article, The Boston Globe called Findlay market "A World Unto Itself."
"Cincinnatians have been shopping for groceries at Findlay since 1855, making it one of the oldest markets in the country. It outdates the city's two major historic claims, the nation's first suspension bridge, the John A. Roebling Bridge, and the first baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds." - Amy Sutherland: The Boston Globe
Highlighting the diversity of products available, the great "in the heart of the city" location and the rich history of Findlay Market, the article's author shined a bright light on an already gleaming treasure of our city.