Overhauled in 1922 by the Sephardic architect Eli Modiano, this old landmark is basically a rectangular building with a glass roof and pediment facade. Inside, the rich aromas of food—fish, meats, vegetables, fruits, breads, and spices—compete with music and the noisy, colorful market characters, from the market owners to the bargain hunters. In the little tavernas nearby, ouzo and mezedes are sold at all hours. It is worth a visit—as is the generally cheaper open-air
market (on the north side of Ermou)—even if you have no intention of buying anything.
Block bounded by Aristotelous, Ermou, Irakliou, and Komninon, Thessaloniki, 54628, Greece