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BEST FARMERS MARKETS IN HOUSTON

The Houston Farmers Market
2520 Airline Dr, Houston, TX 77009
Small and packed little market full of everything you could think of. Great prices on many different herbs and produce, as well as culture items.

Memorial Villages Farmers Market
10840 Beinhorn Rd, Houston, TX 77024
Farm vendors with a variety of produce and several other fun vendors. Some favorites vendors include hummus, coffee, kombucha, and homemade pasta. Unique items not found anywhere!

Urban Harvest Farmers Market @ City Hall
2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, TX 77027
Urban Harvest is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that enriches the Houston community by providing community garden programming, farmers markets, gardening classes, and youth education. There is a mixture of finds for nearly every patron along with ready-made foods such as dumplings, pupusas, and indian food. Buy mint, teas and honey directly from the source.

Westchase District Farmers Market
10503 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77042
A favorite stop at the market is the Atkinson Farm truck. They have fresh greens, broccoli, onions, berries and freshly picked collard greens. There are homemade pickles, jams, salsa, barbecue sauces, fresh breads, baked goods, free ranged eggs and fresh meats.

Rice University Farmers Market
5600 Greenbriar Dr, Houston, TX 77005
Take a tour of their market. There is always fresh seasonal produce from a handful of vendors. The best time to come to the market is within the first hour of opening.

Eleanora’s Market
2120 Ella Blvd, Houston, Texas, TX 77008
Established in 2017, the popular Artisan Market named Eleanora’s Market pops up every Saturday and Sunday at Cavatore Italian Restaurant in the Heights. Held rain or shine, the market showcases over 30 vendors selling the most high quality produce, cheeses, meats, baked goods, art, textiles, flowers and more selling their wares.

Heights Epicurean Farmers Market
1245 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX 77008
This is a mid-size market with a really good variety of vendors. Great pricing with baked goods, oil and soap vendors. Be sure to try the cookies from Leona’s Bakeshop and talk to Alexander, the owner and head baker. Some of the interests are beard soap, beard oil, natural deodorant, candles and scarf from The Burgess Mercantile. Try some delicious salsa from El Don.

Energy Corridor Farmers Market
15300 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77079
Fresh fruits, local vegetables, organic treats and pasture raised chickens from Erbe Ranch. Opening every Saturday from 10am to 2pm, this is the place to try some of the best homemade empanadas and soy candles.

Midtown Houston Farmers Market
1701 Elgin St, Houston, TX 77004
Shop from local farms and vendors without leaving Midtown Houston! Visit Elizabeth Baldwin Park every Saturday to browse a fresh assortment of produce and prepared foods from a curated selection of Houston’s best farmers, bakers, and chefs.

Theiss Farms Market
17045 Stuebner Airline Rd, Spring, TX 77379
The Theiss Family has been producing vegetables and other farm and ranch products for over 158 years in Harris County. This local business has been supported by selling these products to the people of this community. Come by for the best quality products at the best prices.

Green Field Market
2202 Summer St, Houston, TX 77007
With the aim to spread health and happiness, local vendors at this event sell produce, plants, artisan items, baked goods, prepared foods — great for not cooking for the week. One highlight during market days is their featured fitness boot camp.

Montrose Morning Market
501 Lovett Blvd, Houston, TX 77006
Every Sunday from 10am to 2pm. indoor and outdoor market featuring gourmet foods, handmade goods, jewelry, arts and crafts, clothing, and organic groceries. They come together more than ever as a “comm-unity.”

East End Farmers Market
2800 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX 77003
Buying local is so important, so give this cute market a try. Having a unique location on the Navigation esplanade, there is easy parking on the street or in a large dirt lot. Booths include fresh vegetables, Indian foods, coffee beans and drinks, pressed juices, artisan jewelry, art/paintings booth, baked goods, and several caricature booths. Enjoy breakfast/brunch at one of the local delicious Mexican food places with live singing.

And for a treat! Get a Farm Box from Verde Greens verdegreens.com This is one of the few urban farms in the greater Houston Area. Located on a small .98 acre lot in the north central section of the city, Verdegreens employs state-of-the-art technologies to maximize output while using 1/10th of the water of a traditional farm and using zero pesticides or herbicides. Producing a wide variety of edible greens, herbs, vegetables, and microgreens. They believe that the future of food is local, sustainable, and delicious.

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