The North Market is another thing altogether. A permanent structure with a long history as a market place. It's not fancy, something like Pikes in Seattle. There was a standard farmers' market outside on the Saturday when we visited, but that is a once a week activity. Otherwise, the North Market is open seven days a week, year round. Lots of variety and one of the best purveyors of meat that I've seen in ages; fresh duck, duck fat, duck confit, whole rabbits, stewing hens, organic chicken feet, lamb AND mutton and goat - a terrific selection. In addition to all the seasonal vegetables and fruits, there were bakeries, cut flowers, a sushi bar, an organic coffee bar, kitchen wares - and chocolate. If you would like to know more about it, Google North Market Columbus and you will be there instantaneously.
It's fun to visit farmers' markets when you are away from home. Give it a try next time you are visiting far away lands.