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Find the Freshest Produce in Houston at These 10 Farmers Markets

And get some fresh air while you’re at it

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Houston’s farmers markets have always had plenty to offer when it comes to shopping and dining, but in the post-COVID era, when open-air spaces are preferred, a visit to an outdoor market can be a welcome respite from the stress of the grocery store.

Skip the supermarket next time your pantry is looking bare, and head to one of these essential Houston farmers markets to score top-notch produce, farm-fresh eggs, and so much more.

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Fulshear Farmers Market

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From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, the Fulshear Farmers Market spotlights food and other products sourced from within a 200-mile radius of the city. There’s a lot to explore here, ranging from FuudTopia’s freshly jarred sauces to decadent baked goods from Mrs. Richardson’s Kitchen.

Farmers Market at Imperial

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Sugar Land shoppers can stop by the Farmers Market at Imperial on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and find prepared foods like fresh naan and spiced vegetables from Nisha’s Quick & Ezee Indian Food alongside natural bath products from Lather Me Up, and other vendors. Get hungry while you shop? Check out the rotating cast of food trucks.

Westchase District Farmers Market

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For when weekends are all booked up, there is the Westchase District Farmers Market, which happens every Thursday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Find jarred sauces and condiments, plus a selection of seasonal produce from Peas Farm in Conroe and meats from KaTerra Exotics.

Memorial Villages Farmers Market

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It’s always a family affair at the (pet-friendly) Memorial Villages Farmers Market, where on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., visitors can enjoy live music while shopping small at vendors like Johnson’s Backyard Garden and Plant It Forward.

The Woodlands Farmers' Market

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Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Woodlands Farmers Market features local vendors showcasing garden fresh fruits and vegetables, artisan goods, health products and prepared foods within the Grogan Mill Center. Find goodies from Breezy Hill Sustainable Farms, Whitman Farm and Tejas Heritage Farm, among others. As far as on-site snacking is concerned, the market hosts one food truck every week. 

Braeswood Farmers Market

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One of the newest additions to the city’s farmers market scene, the Braeswood Farmers Market boasts more than 50 vendors. Open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., find local honey, pasture-raised eggs, and fruits and veggies from Atkinson’s Farms. There’s also vendors slinging tons of savory eats, like pad Thai at Blue Orange World Cuisine and indulgent seafood paella via Avila Flavors and Experiences. 

Urban Harvest Farmers Market

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From 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday, rain or shine, the Urban Harvest Farmers Market hosts vendors of all kinds boasting the bounty of the season. Score fruit and produce from Finca Tres Robles, freshly baked breads from Cake and Bacon, eggs from Three Sister Farms, and so much more. And, thanks to on-site eateries like El Topo, Street to Kitchen, and Feges BBQ, there’s plenty of prepared food to snack on while shopping. 

Eleanora's Market

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This Heights-area market, set up in the Cavatore Italian Restaurant lot, pops up every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. With more than 30 vendors, it’s a one stop shop for produce, meats and cheeses from vendors like Spring Hill Farms and Gundermann Acres, seafood products from Clawtel Ranch and fragrant loaves of bread plus ready-to-eat pastries from Cake & Bacon.

Jars of pickled jalapeños and carrots for sale at a farmer’s market
Pickled jalapeños from Clawtel Ranch
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Rice Village Farmer's Market

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The Rice Village Farmers Market pop up at the shopping district on the first and third Sundays of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a lengthy list of local favorites for shopping and dining. Power up with something green and healthy from Juice Girl while shopping produce from Plant It Forward or Vertical Herban Greens, or pick up kitchen staples like Old Country olive oil and specialty coffees from District Roasters.

The Houston Farmers Market

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This sprawling open-air market has been around for decades and is undergoing a complete revamp in order to plan for even more vendors and a diverse variety of products. For now though, there are plenty of local goodies to be found — local fruits and vegetables from Northside Banana Company and Vasquez Produce, nuts and spices from Flores Spice & Trading Company and fiery dry peppers and herbs from De Mi Tierra Chillies. Hectic schedule? This market is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

bundles of dried sage tied with string for sale at a farmer’s market
Herbs for sale at the Houston Farmers Market
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Fulshear Farmers Market

From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, the Fulshear Farmers Market spotlights food and other products sourced from within a 200-mile radius of the city. There’s a lot to explore here, ranging from FuudTopia’s freshly jarred sauces to decadent baked goods from Mrs. Richardson’s Kitchen.

Farmers Market at Imperial

Sugar Land shoppers can stop by the Farmers Market at Imperial on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and find prepared foods like fresh naan and spiced vegetables from Nisha’s Quick & Ezee Indian Food alongside natural bath products from Lather Me Up, and other vendors. Get hungry while you shop? Check out the rotating cast of food trucks.

Westchase District Farmers Market

For when weekends are all booked up, there is the Westchase District Farmers Market, which happens every Thursday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Find jarred sauces and condiments, plus a selection of seasonal produce from Peas Farm in Conroe and meats from KaTerra Exotics.

Memorial Villages Farmers Market

It’s always a family affair at the (pet-friendly) Memorial Villages Farmers Market, where on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., visitors can enjoy live music while shopping small at vendors like Johnson’s Backyard Garden and Plant It Forward.

The Woodlands Farmers' Market

Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Woodlands Farmers Market features local vendors showcasing garden fresh fruits and vegetables, artisan goods, health products and prepared foods within the Grogan Mill Center. Find goodies from Breezy Hill Sustainable Farms, Whitman Farm and Tejas Heritage Farm, among others. As far as on-site snacking is concerned, the market hosts one food truck every week. 

Braeswood Farmers Market

One of the newest additions to the city’s farmers market scene, the Braeswood Farmers Market boasts more than 50 vendors. Open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., find local honey, pasture-raised eggs, and fruits and veggies from Atkinson’s Farms. There’s also vendors slinging tons of savory eats, like pad Thai at Blue Orange World Cuisine and indulgent seafood paella via Avila Flavors and Experiences. 

Urban Harvest Farmers Market

From 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday, rain or shine, the Urban Harvest Farmers Market hosts vendors of all kinds boasting the bounty of the season. Score fruit and produce from Finca Tres Robles, freshly baked breads from Cake and Bacon, eggs from Three Sister Farms, and so much more. And, thanks to on-site eateries like El Topo, Street to Kitchen, and Feges BBQ, there’s plenty of prepared food to snack on while shopping. 

Eleanora's Market

This Heights-area market, set up in the Cavatore Italian Restaurant lot, pops up every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. With more than 30 vendors, it’s a one stop shop for produce, meats and cheeses from vendors like Spring Hill Farms and Gundermann Acres, seafood products from Clawtel Ranch and fragrant loaves of bread plus ready-to-eat pastries from Cake & Bacon.

Jars of pickled jalapeños and carrots for sale at a farmer’s market
Pickled jalapeños from Clawtel Ranch
Clawtel Ranch/Facebook

Rice Village Farmer's Market

The Rice Village Farmers Market pop up at the shopping district on the first and third Sundays of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a lengthy list of local favorites for shopping and dining. Power up with something green and healthy from Juice Girl while shopping produce from Plant It Forward or Vertical Herban Greens, or pick up kitchen staples like Old Country olive oil and specialty coffees from District Roasters.

The Houston Farmers Market

This sprawling open-air market has been around for decades and is undergoing a complete revamp in order to plan for even more vendors and a diverse variety of products. For now though, there are plenty of local goodies to be found — local fruits and vegetables from Northside Banana Company and Vasquez Produce, nuts and spices from Flores Spice & Trading Company and fiery dry peppers and herbs from De Mi Tierra Chillies. Hectic schedule? This market is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

bundles of dried sage tied with string for sale at a farmer’s market
Herbs for sale at the Houston Farmers Market
Houston Farmers Market/Facebook

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