Get Fresh: Our Interactive Map of Houston's Farmers Markets

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Houston just welcomed two new farmers markets to town: one at HCC Southwest's campus and one at Sugar Land's Town Square. And although our individual markets might not [yet] be as large as the ones in Seattle or San Francisco, we can still boast that there's a farmers market for nearly every nook and cranny in the greater Houston metropolitan area.

But although we have a great selection of farmers markets, there's not been a comprehensive map -- until now. Visit our map of Greater Houston Farmers Markets to see the closest market to you, its hours and days of operation and its typical offerings. You can even click on the name of the market to be taken directly to its website.

With cooler weather prevailing and holiday shopping to do, there's no better time to visit your local farmers market than this fall. Get out there and get fresh.



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Guest
Guest

There's one in Tomball on Jones and Luetta. It's every 3rd Saturday of the month from 8:30-12:30. It's in the parking lot of a church.

Dutypalin
Dutypalin

Urban Pickens Farmers Market at Wabash Antiques & Feed on Sunday from 1-3 isn't mentioned.

Kimrittman
Kimrittman

Check out angelas oven at multiple markets!!!

JayC
JayC

there is also a small farmers market that sets-up on Wed. nights at Wirt and Westview.

Katharine Shilcutt
Katharine Shilcutt

Nice! Do you know the name, by chance?

guest
guest

Spring Branch Farmers Market. Every Wed 2:30- 6:30.  

AliGato
AliGato

Just out of curiosity, why isn't Canino's Produce on Airline mentioned?  It's a giant farmer's market and in fact was the first one I knew of in Houston.

Katharine Shilcutt
Katharine Shilcutt

I love Canino's and shop there all the time. That said, it's tough to know the provenance of a lot of the produce it sells, and most of it isn't locally grown. I tried to limit the list to farmers markets that feature local farmers, ranchers, bakers, roasters, etc.

Hanabi-chan
Hanabi-chan

I love the Canino's farmer's market too, but hadn't a chance to go there lately. Although it is rather close to my current job. Have to make a visit soon. I used to go there often with my mom and my daughter (when she was a toddler.) I do remember the spice vendor. I could easily blow a lot of dough there!

Does anyone remember a place off of Old Spanish Trail, (or was it Wayside?) near I-45. I remember going to someplace in that general area when I was a kid. My family would go there once a month and buy large boxes of citrus and apples. There was a motel there at the corner with the freeway that is now a Taco Cabana if memory serves. I vaguely recall we would pass it up on our way to our destination. (The m otel, not Taco Cabana.)

Hanabi-chan
Hanabi-chan

Produce Row sounds right. But this was in the 70s and my memory isn't what it should be. Thanks VRP!

VRP
VRP

The motel was, probably, the Helena at the corner of the freeway and Wayside.  I lived right down the street in Idylwood (Lawndale/Wayside).   Do not remember the place with citrus and apples.   There was Produce Row further down Wayside (towards Harrisburg) but not sure it was open to the public.

AliGato
AliGato

Fair enough, thank you.

Mark Bennett
Mark Bennett

Did Onion Creek do away with its farmer's market?

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