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Most Recent Comments
September 2016 by Katie B.
This cute little market is down in the Renaissance lobby. I stumbled in while looking for some chocolate. The market has packaged sandwiches, salads, etc. as well as snacks. Talking to the friendly clerk, it sounded like the market gets quite busy during lunch time. I didn't try any of the food, but it looked pretty good. They also carry some local chocolates - I did try the wine truffles which the clerk recommended. They were $6 for four individually wrapped treats. The truffles satisfied my craving for sweets perfectly and I thought were reasonably priced. I would come back here if I were looking for a convenient snack and it were too miserable too go outside. The service was good here, but I'm taking off a star because the prices are not clearly marked and I had to ask about quite a few items.
September 2016 by Heather R.
Found within the lobby of the Renaissance Hotel to the right is this Liberty Market. This little market has its own special conveniences for a traveler or employee working in the area. Mostly stocked with gourmet snacks and light lunches, there is also a to-go / delivery ($3 charge) menu to order different courses from the Presidents Sports Bar attached to the Renaissance Hotel. It's well stocked with random items like homemade cookies and box cookies to house salads and sandwiches ( and even cold desserts like tiramisu and mini bananas fosters. There is a candy bucket tree with single candies in the clear buckets. They have a small coffee bar with carafe coffee and teas. You can also buy fruit individually and croissants. They have a freezer stocked with gelato cups, ice cream bars, etc. The items are reasonably priced, but certain bagged items like those same cookies ( Mexican hot chocolate) that they sell at Dolcezza can run up to $6. It's definitely a must try for the late afternoon or late night snacker. They are open until Midnight.