14 Farmers Markets for Fresh Fall Produce and More
Farmers markets may conjure up images of ripe peaches and hefty watermelons, but fall’s arrival is a terrific reminder that seasonal produce isn’t limited to those summer fruits. Right now, many local markets are flush with Hatch and Anaheim green chiles, Jonagold and Fuji apples, and all the figs and seedless grapes you can sample. Of course, not every farmer’s market in Houston is open past the peak summer months.
Check out our updated list of picks for the top farmer’s markets all around the Houston area below!
Memorial Villages Farmers Market
This is a place where you will want to take your friends and family (including your dog).
From live music to food demonstrations for the adults as well as a playground for the kiddos’, there is something for all age groups.
Besides the classic produce, expose yourself to the most interesting products vendors sell like extraordinary-looking mushrooms, homemade sauces including garlic mayonnaise, or take home premade hot meals like the vegan dal masala.
Hunters Creek Village at First Congregational Church 10840 Beinhorn Road. Open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Houston Farmers Market
As much as we love H-E-B, this farmers market has a certain charm that you can’t experience at your neighborhood grocery store.
It could be the fact that you are instantly immersed in the surroundings of rich Latin culture or the aromas of the robust spices that are on display in the shaded open-air market. Either way, the findings here are abundant and the produce is vibrant.
Although the market appears to be new and modern it has actually been operating for more than 75 years. This newly transformed site is known as one of the oldest farmers markets in Houston.
2520 Airline Dr. Open Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Urban Harvest Farmers Market
With the pandemic stealing our social lives for over a year, you deserve to make up for lost time. Get out of your quarantine habits and stop ordering your groceries online.
Make this farmers market your Saturday morning tradition and meet over 100 growers including Atkinson Farms, Gundermann Acres, Plant It Forward, and more local farmers extending out 180 miles of Houston.
Urban Harvest does more than just provide locals with an extensive market and fresh produce, but the fresh food conglomerate also has a community garden where they have been bringing together volunteers and members of their community to learn about gardening for more than 30 years.
2752 Buffalo Speedway. Open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
East End Farmers Market
We know how hard you brunched last Sunday. So let’s sit that one out and navigate over to the farmers market for the bottomless produce options.
If you are looking for a more lowkey selection, this farmers market is something to check out. It’s a smaller market that has great taste, filled with vendors under tents and even some set up in unique container shops.
Find more than just produce but food from around the world, farm fresh eggs, and even treats for your dog like the vast selection of bones for your furry friends.
2800 Navigation Blvd. Open Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tomball Farmers Market
No plans this Saturday morning? We are going to the Tomball Farmers Market —market on your calendar.
This is a foodie haven from the beloved bagels and local honey to the fiery selection of spicy peppers. We aren’t doing math today but there are plenty of pies to try and to consider for your share of the Thanksgiving potluck.
The atmosphere is lively and sure to be the caffeine that wakes you up to mingle with over 65 local vendors and enjoy the cute small-town feeling where farmers market is located.
205 W. Main St. Open Saturday’s from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Farmers Market Partners Missouri City
If you can’t come out to the city, visit the Farmers Market Partners in the Missouri City area. At The Pantry, you’ll browse through organic fruits and vegetables sourced from local farms featuring Gunderman Acres and Atkinson and Sons Farms. While there are new vendors every Saturday, among the mainstays are the Briyani Hut offering Indian cuisine, and family-owned Comfort Bundt Cakes offering Louisiana-style desserts like Bourbon Red Velvet cake and New Orleans rum cake. The market is also kid-friendly with their Kid Zone for children to safely play while you shop.
5855 Sienna Springs Way. Open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Westchase District Farmers Market
Kitchen staples such as eggs, pork, and beef, as well as jams, jellies, and honey from Westchase District Farmers Market, are awaiting their spot in your pantry. Other than selling food, there are vendors catering to home and spa, such as Doggy Mama, which is a vendor selling meals like chicken and brown rice for pets. There are Fun Soaps by Debra offering artisan soaps and bath products. Since its opening in 2013, the farmers market at Westchase District encourages the community to aim for home-cooked meals through locally grown foods.
10503 Westheimer Road. Open Thursdays from 3 p.m.
Rice Villiage Farmers Market
Throughout your shopping at the Rice Village Farmers Market, you’ll hear live music from local bands and have multiple chances to grab a bite to eat from several food trucks. While vendors change weekly, previous appearances have seen the likes of Hive Bee Farm, offering sweet raw honey, the handmade batches of Brazos Bagel, and delectable treats made by Eat My Pralines. With over 40 vendors to shop from, you'll be sure to leave with loads of delicious things to eat.
Kelvin Drive and Amherst Street. Open first and third Sundays of every month, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Braeswood Farmers Market
Located in the heart of Meyerland is the Braeswood Farmers Market. Each week, peruse the rows of fresh produce, like tomatoes, eggplant, and carrots, or grab organic juices by Zo Zo Fresh. While you’re picking up locally grown veggies, grab a bite from tasty food trucks serving traditional Mexican dishes, gourmet pasta, and a cool brew of coffee. Vendors will also offer handmade loaves of bread and farm-grown eggs that make for a delicious breakfast.
Westbury Baptist Church, 10425 Hillcroft, 77096. Open Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Energy Corridor Farmers Market
Backed by the Texas Department of Agriculture, the Energy Corridor Farmers Market brings some of the freshest produce, spices, raw honey, and artisan goods to Southwest Houston. Family friendly, the farmers market is open to all–bring your pets, walk your dog, and enjoy the company of your neighbors.
Energy Corridor Farmers Market, at the corner of Briar Forest & Eldridge Parkway, 1520 Eldridge Parkway, 77057. Thursdays from 4 - 7 p.m.
Nassau Bay Farmers Market
This year-round market will meet all of your dietary needs. Not only will you find fresh produce,the Nassau Bay market has locally raised produce, eggs, meats and products made by your neighbors. The NASA Parkway market also has pre-made snacks like baba ganoush, spinach fettuccine noodles and fresh-pressed juices and kombucha.
Nassau Bay Farmers Market, 2332 East NASA Parkway, Nassau Bay, TX. Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Kingwood Farmers Market
If you’re looking for a picturesque farmers market, Kingwood Farmers Market is just for you. Whether rain or shine, the market is located on the southwest corner of Kingwood Drive and West Lake Houston. Look forward to grass-fed meat and poultry, fresh salsa, authentic Indian dishes, and desserts. Vendors here also sell self-care products like organic soap, makeup, and even CBD products.
Kingwood Farmer’s Market, Town Center-Kingwood, 8 N. Main Street, Kingwood, TX. Every Saturday, 3 - 7 p.m.
Freedmens Town Farmers Market
The Freedmens Town Farmers Market is working to end food insecurity in Houston’s Historic Freedmen’s Town, located in Fourth Ward. Every Saturday prepare to shop fresh meats like sirloin, bison and goat steaks, collard greens, chard, vegan-friendly salad dressings, homemade loaves of bread, and artisan jewelry.
Freedmens Town Farmers Market, 1108 Victor St, 77019. Every Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Heights Mercantile Farmers Market
The Heights Mercantile Farmers Market is likely the most comprehensive of all markets in North Houston. You’ll get everything from homemade goods to fresh produce, but here is where you’ll find everything–and we mean–everything you need. Freshly picked flowers, fruit bowls, catch-of-the-day fish, and even locally sourced coffee. , Live music sets the tone for your perfect Sunday Funday in The Heights.
Heights Mercantile, 714e Yale Street, 77007. Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.