Find a great farmers market near you in Texas — from Houston to Dallas, Austin to El Paso — with the resources below. Make sure you know what to expect when with this Guide to Texas Produce, and make the most of your visit with these 10 Tips for Farmers Market Shopping.
Pick Texas Certified Farmers MarketsFind dozens of certified locally grown farmers markets across the state with this list from the Texas Department of Agriculture.
Austin Farmers MarketThe Austin Farmers Market is a vibrant, thriving locavore scene. Check it out Saturday mornings Downtown at 4th and Guadalupe or Wednesday late afternoon/early evenings in The Triangle at 46th and Lamar.
Dallas Forth Worth Farmers MarketsLocal vendors (from within 150 miles of Dallas) are noted at the Dallas Farmers Market in downtown Dallas every day from 8 to 6. Non-local produce and many other foodstuffs are also available.
Use this guide to farmers markets in Dallas Forth Worth for more markets.
Houston Farmers MarketsHouston has several certified locally grown farmers markets:
- Houston Farmers Markets is the oldest market and takes place Tuesday from 3:30 to 7 at Rice University and Saturday mornings Onion Creek Coffee House at 3106 White Oak between Studewood and Heights Blvd.
- The Bayou City Farmers Market happens every Saturday morning in the parking lot behind 3000 Richmond.