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Texas Farmers' Markets


South Austin Farmers Market
2910 South Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78745
Covered: No
Open Year-Round: Yes


Dallas Farmers Market
1010 South Pearl St.
Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: 214-939-2713
Covered: No
Open Year-Round: Yes


Urban Harvest Farmers Market at Eastside
3000 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77098
Covered: Yes
Open Year-Round: Yes

Urban Harvest Farmers Market at Discovery Green
1500 McKinney St.
Houston, TX 77010
Covered: Yes
Open Year-Round: Yes

San Antonio

South Texas Farmers Market Association
1737 South General McMullen Drive
San Antonio, TX 78237
Covered: No
Open Year-Round: No

Tri-County Farmers Market Association
1015 Rittiman Road
San Antonio, TX 78218
Covered: No
Open Year-Round: No

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Good to know
Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 2/5/2013 7:06:22 AM
Beaumont Farmers Market – Now Open on Saturdays!

Fresh locally grown produce, home grown veggies, herbs, coffee, fresh goat cheese, grain fed beef, locally baked breads, (including gluten free ) entertainment, live cooking demo’s, have a healthy breakfast or brunch served by Katharine & Company and more!

Beaumont Farmers Market – now open on Saturdays from 8a til 10a!

And when you visit, remember to bring small bills to buy from the local vendors, a cooler if you have more errands to run while you are out and about, also sunscreen!

The Farmers Market is located on College Street , at the Athletic Complex (between Langham and Dowlen in Beaumont) under the basketball court.

Are you a local farmer / grower? If you are interested in renting a stall in Spring 2012 , contact Becky at 409-363-0495 or Sarah at 409-658-8249

Voted Best Farmers Market in SETX!
Claudia, Port Arthur, TX
Posted: 4/5/2012 8:27:59 PM
San Antonio has some of the best anywhere. Pearl on Saturday and the Quarry on Sunday are tops. There's at least one every day of the week and many are organic growers.
Albert, San Antonio, TX
Posted: 2/28/2012 11:09:23 AM
The Dallas Farmers' Market has few local farmers' stalls. Many of the "local" farmers buy wholesale and are just resellers. Ask "what variety" and they have no idea.
There are some true farmers' markets located in the outlying cities which are much better.
Larry, Highland Village, TX
Posted: 9/8/2010 12:48:13 PM

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