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Photos by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
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The new 24-hour market along 35th Avenue in Bayside

A new, convenient grocery shopping option is open for business in Bayside.

Located at 205-11 35th Ave., the Bayside Farm Market officially opened on Monday, Nov. 6. The market will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, according to an employee.

Customers can find a selection of fruits, vegetables, dairy products, canned and packaged goods, baked goods, drinks and fresh flowers on the well-stocked shelves. Asian and European international items are also available.

In late January, the Bay Village Mini Mart convenience store — known simply to residents as “Mini Mart” — suddenly shuttered, leaving residents in the area without a convenient grocery shopping option. Owners cited rent as an issue when residents asked why they were vacating the space.

The Bayside Farm Market, which is between Robert’s Butcher Shop and Luigi’s Pizzeria, lies on a busy commercial strip between 205th Street and the Clearview Expressway service road.

View some more photos of the new market below.

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