Market traders say the switch to The Square has been good for business, with some joking they may not want to return indoors.
The market is being housed in the wooden chalets temporarily while Harborough District Council carries out a £480,000 revamp of the Market Hall in Northampton Road.
Last week saw several residents criticise the look of the chalets, with some comparing it to a shanty town.
Stallholders also fought hard last year to stop the council from moving the market outside on a permanent basis.
But most the Mail spoke to on Tuesday said they had done good business since trading began at their new home last Friday.
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