In these 1000m2 dedicated to gastronomy, there will be some thirty or so stalls, manned by local farmers and other regional artisan-traders.DISCOVER THE MARKET
This is the eldest in the family! The very first covered market to be created in 2015!DISCOVER THE MARKET
In the heart of the Bassins à Flots district, the Halles de Bacalan have quickly become a go-to for Bordeaux foodies.DISCOVER THE MARKET
Completely renovated, the historic covered market of Issy-les-Moulineaux will come back to life in 2022!DISCOVER THE MARKET
As our first market outside of France, Biltoki will be providing Miamians with their very own local traditional market in the heart of the Miami Design District. This market, on the ground level of the Museum Garage with a floor span of 11,520 sq ft., will provide fresh locally-sourced produce, delicacies, and other specialty items from 22 local vendors.DISCOVER THE MARKET
Built between 1901 and 1910 by Gustave Eiffel’s workshops, the Halles Agrivin are getting a makeover!DISCOVER THE MARKET
Built in 1872 by Louis Mazerat, the Saint Etienne covered market is waking up from a long sleep to become, once more, an iconic venue for the art of living!DISCOVER THE MARKET
Since 2018, the Halles de Talence have delighted local residents by grouping together 15 artisan-traders and restaurateurs.DISCOVER THE MARKET
In the heart of the city, the Halles de Toulon will soon return to their original vocation: giving pace to the life of Toulon based on good local produce.DISCOVER THE MARKET
A successful conversion at Halles d’Anglet Cédric Bergez, of Charcuterie Aubard, officiates at les Halles des 5 Cantons Cédric became a charcutier at the end of his professional rugby career in 2009. He now offers exceptional products upholding the same quality and excellence as his grandfather and mother before him. Flagship products The centerpieces? Famous Bayonne […]
La Fromagerie Gérentes Present in the covered market before we took it over, the Gérentes are leading figures in the region and are known to everyone in St Etienne! 3 generations of the Gérentes family have made cheese in Araules in the “Pays des Sucs”, south of Auvergne.The family dairy was created after the Second […]
An unusual story Patrick & Laurent, a creative gourmet and a talented chef, are two friends that are passionate about cooking. Since 2008, they have imagined recipes that take taste buds on a journey: from Provence to the remotest discoveries… In their workshop, located in the Regional Park of Sainte-Baume in the Var, they select […]
Do you know Gargantua? Come and discover Garg’Antoine! Garg’Antoine: apéritif is his thing! Coming from a peasant background, he fell into his father’s pastis when he was little. Cured sausage is his pilgrim’s staff, epicurean pleasures his religion, to such an extent that they became his livelihood. e happily and generously shares a selection of […]
The history At Balme, truffles are part of the family as the business started over a century ago in the Vaucluse in the heart of Provence. No fewer than four generations of truffle growers have succeeded each other, pacing the rich and fertile lands of the Luberon to Mont Ventoux, with the sole aim of […]
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Antoine Augeard Garg'Antoine Halles Bacalan
Les Halles de Bacalan provides consistent sales for my business and builds my reputation in terms of my brand and the food I have to offer. My products are of high quality and they stand out in this particular environment. That's why I was chosen as a vendor here. Garg'Antoine has the opportunity to both own a booth and provide services and catering on-site. It's really gratifying to me that I'm a player in this type of retailing.
ean-Charles Coudret, Baker Halles de Talence
Although my bakery was close to this Biltoki Market, I opened up a second location at Halles de Talence and my business soared. I did well at my first location, but it was the exposure at this second market that increased my revenue. They just complemented each other so well.
ean-Pierre Lacaze, Poultry seller Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet
The unique positioning and the equipment the market has to offer allows me to cook my farm-raised poultry on-site. This leads to increased profits and better margins, truly benefiting from the entire marketplace. There's an incredible general dynamic to it all.
Maxime Péan, Fishmonger, Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet
The old traditional concept combined with Biltoki's modernized market concept revamps the image of what a European market should be. Customers are given a rich experience both in terms of tastings on-site and in food education.
Amaia Uribarri, Truffle artisan Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet
The traditional offer added to hybrid trade has revamped the image of the covered market. Customers are given a rich experience both in terms of tasting in real time and in product knowledge.