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Farm-to-Table Goodness: Exploring Houston’s Top Farmers Markets

Farm-to-Table Goodness Exploring Houston's Top Farmers Markets

Ready to get your hands on some fresh, locally-grown produce? Look no further than Houston’s top farmers markets!

From juicy peaches to crisp cucumbers and everything in between, these markets offer a wide variety of delicious goodies that will satisfy even the pickiest eaters. So grab your tote bag and let’s explore some of the best spots to shop for farm-fresh food in H-Town!

East End Farmers Market 

Website: East End Farmers Market 

Address: 2800 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX 77003, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-928-9916

Hours: Sunday: 10 AM to 2 PM 

On the bustling streets of the East End, every Sunday, the East End Farmers Market comes alive, showcasing the finest artisans and producers from Houston’s vibrant Hispanic community at Navigation Esplanade. 

Discover an array of delightful offerings at this local farmer’s market, ranging from fiery hot sauces to freshly roasted coffee, handmade jewelry, and artisan soaps. There are gorgeous herbs and produce here, as well as live music and pop-up food vendors. 

Pro Tip: 

  • Bring your own reusable bags or containers. Not only does this help reduce waste, but many vendors offer discounts when you bring your own packaging.

Heights Mercantile Farmers Market 

Website: Heights Mercantile

Address: 714 Yale St, Houston, TX 77007, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-783-4444

Hours: Sunday: 9 AM to 1 PM 

If you’re looking for a fun and family-friendly outing, head on over to the Heights Mercantile promenade. This pop-up farmers market is the perfect place to shop, rain or shine. 

You’ll find a wide variety of goods, from build-your-own flower bouquets to pasture-raised Wagyu beef, homemade pickles, and freshly baked biscuits and breads. And if you’re looking for fresh produce, you won’t be disappointed. 

Pro Tip: 

  • Keep up with their latest vendor list by following their Facebook or Instagram page.

Eleanora’s Market 

Website: Eleanora’s Market 

Address: 2120 Ella Blvd, Houston, TX 77008, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-869-6622

Hours: Saturday: 9 AM to 1 PM 

Every Saturday, a smaller yet highly curated market appears in the parking lot of the beloved neighborhood establishment, Cavatore Italian Restaurant. With a selection of 30 vendors, this market offers everything from fresh produce to homemade crafts and jewelry. 

This place isn’t just about the food (although that’s definitely a huge part of it), it’s also about the community. You’ll see people chatting with each other, sharing stories, and laughing over their meals. It’s a special kind of magic that you won’t find anywhere else.

Pro Tip:

  • Go on an empty stomach because trust me, you’ll want to try everything. From the homemade tamales to the fresh guacamole, every bite is like a party in your mouth.  And let’s not forget about the pastries – they’re so good, they should be illegal.

Freedman’s Town Farmers Market 

Address: 1108 Victor St, Houston, TX 77019, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-272-3700

Hours: Saturday: 9 AM to 2 PM 

This Black-owned farmers market aims to address the food desert disparity in Houston’s historic Freedmen’s Town. 

At this farmer market, don’t be surprised if you run into many talented individuals that are bringing their A-game to the table, offering everything from organic produce to artisanal breads, spices, and even plants. 

The market opens at 9 am, but trust us, the early bird gets the worm—or should we say, the freshest produce. As for your appetite, be sure to come hungry because the food vendors are top-notch. 

Pro Tip: 

  • Try the BBQ brisket sandwich or the vegan soul food plate—both will blow your mind. And if you’re feeling indulgent, treat yourself to one of their delicious pies or cakes.

Memorial Village Farmers Market 

Website: Memorial Village Farmers Market 

Address: 10840 Beinhorn Rd, Houston, TX 77024, United States

Contact Info: +1 832-659-7070

Hours: Saturday: 9 AM to 1 PM 

The Memorial Village market has become a beloved weekly Saturday morning tradition for many of us locals. With its ample parking, top-notch farms and market vendors, and a variety of fun activities like cooking demos and kids’ activities, it’s no wonder this market is such a hit. 

Whether it’s rain or shine, you’ll find a variety of fresh and delicious items. Don’t forget to bring cash or card because most vendors only accept these forms of payment. 

Pro Tip: 

  • The vendors here are passionate about their products and love to share their stories and knowledge with visitors. You might learn a thing or two about sustainable farming practices or unique flavor combinations.

Rice Village Farmers Market 

Website: Rice Village Farmers Market 

Address: Kelvin Dr. & Amherst St. Houston, TX 77005

Contact Info: +1 713-369-5228

Hours: Sunday: 9 AM to 1 PM 

Boasting a whopping 65+ local farmers and vendors from within a 150-mile radius, this market is a haven for farm-to-table enthusiasts.

Start by grabbing some freshly brewed coffee from one of the local vendors, then head over to indulge in some homemade tamales or artisanal cheeses. Don’t forget to pick up some locally grown produce while you’re there—it’s as fresh as it gets!  

Take your time wandering through the vibrant stalls filled with unique crafts, jewelry, and artwork made by talented artisans. And if you have a sweet tooth like us, be sure to save room for some delicious pastries and treats.

Pro Tip: 

  • Don’t miss out on the exclusive sunset market dates! 

Westchase District Market


Address: 10503 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77042, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-780-9434

Hours: Thursday: 3 PM to 6 PM 

Westchase caters to the working population by offering convenient workday hours, and access to fresh, locally sourced seasonal produce. From Plant it Forward and Hibiscus Hill Farm & Ranch to hot sauce and tamales, there’s something for everyone at this vibrant marketplace. 

We always work our way through all the delicious offerings. Don’t miss out on the fresh baked goods—trust us, they’re worth every calorie. 

Pro Tip: 

The market features live music and entertainment throughout the day, making it the perfect spot to spend a lazy Thursday afternoon. Also, don’t forget to bring a tote bag because you’re going to want to stock up on all the handmade goodies and artisanal wares this market has to offer. 

Houston Farmers Market 

Website: Houston Farmers Market 

Address: 2520 Airline Dr, Houston, TX 77009, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-862-8866

Hours: Monday to Sunday: 6 AM to 7:30 PM 

This place is an absolute treasure trove of fresh produce, artisanal products, and tasty treats. You’ll want to try everything in sight, from the juicy peaches to the homemade jams to the gourmet hot sauce. 

The earlier you go, the fresher the produce and the more selection you’ll have. Trust us, nothing beats grabbing some juicy peaches or plump tomatoes that were picked just hours ago. 

Pro Tip: 

This market can get pretty crowded, especially on weekends. So, be prepared to do some maneuvering if you come on a Saturday or Sunday. 

Urban Harvest Farmers Market 

Website: Urban Harvest Farmers Market 

Address: 2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, TX 77027, United States

Contact Info: +1 713-880-5540

Hours: Saturday: 8 AM to 12 PM 

The Saturday market hosted by Urban Harvest serves as a breeding ground for emerging local businesses, propelling some of Houston’s most popular culinary talents into the spotlight. 

With over a hundred vendors, including Atkinson Farms, Law Ranch Cattle Company, Dumpling Haus, and Lira Rossa Artisan Cheese, you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. 

Everytime we come here we discover a vast and diverse range of farm and ranch products. So, don’t be afraid to try something new!

Pro Tip:  

  • Don’t miss out on exciting events like cooking demos, live music, and holiday pop-ups that add to the overall experience.
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