Find the freshest produce at these local Houston farmers markets


Houston – Houston is known as one of the most populous cities in the country, making it easy to find busy residents. Fortunately, they have plenty of options for choosing healthy, locally grown food at farmers’ markets.

Whether you’re a professional or home cook, here’s a list of places to find seasonal produce and other delicious things to cook and eat in Houston:

Westchase District Farmers Market

The Westchase District Farmers’ Market says in its header that it is “The bee place on Thursday at 3 am”. soaps, artisan bread and olive oils.

Expect to find seasonal fruits and vegetables from PEAS Farm, ready meals from Momma’s Tamales and Jami’s Fine Foods, and eggs from Erbe Ranch. Check out the full list of providers here.

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Hours: Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Location: 10503 Westheimer Rd., Houston, Texas 77042

Memorial Villages Farmer’s Market

Memorial Villages Farmers Market invites patrons to make their visit a morning family tradition. Cooking demonstrations, a playground, children’s activities and live music are just a few of the many things the market has to offer. Pets are also encouraged to visit!

Richardson Farms is one of its local suppliers that offers grass-fed beef, poultry, pork and eggs. To follow its list of suppliers, follow them on Facebook for updates.

Hours: Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location: 10840 Beinhorn Road, Houston, Texas 77024

Éléonore’s market

Eleanora’s Market features over 30 local vendors weekly, including Bug in The Box, Simple Nut Organics, and LulaRoa Wild Hearts Boutique. The market sells cheeses, meat, baked goods, art textiles and flowers. It is located in the parking lot of the Italian restaurant Cavatore.

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Hours: Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location: 2120 Ella Blvd., Houston, Texas 77008

Houston Farmers Market

Much like Houston, the Houston Farmers Market celebrates diversity and food. The 18-acre Market is Houston’s oldest and largest farmer’s market, according to their website.

Many market vendors have been providing products to residents for over 20 years. Expect to find a full line of fresh fruits and vegetables from Chito Produce, Asian vegetables from Allied Produce, a variety of Mexican beans and dry seeds from Martinez Produce, and many more!

Hours: 5:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. every day

Location: 2520 Airline Dr., Houston, Texas 77009

Jersey Village Farmer’s Market

Jersey Village Farmers’ Market offers home-made produce, “home-made desserts, special cooking oil, plantain crisps and banana cream jam,” according to a customer. .

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Vendors such as Watermelon Hill, Houston Winery, and Cookie Seduction offer plenty of local produce for each guest. Check out the full list of providers here.

Hours: First and third Sunday of each month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Location: 16327 Lakeview Dr., Jersey Village, Texas 77040

Urban Harvest Saturday Farmer’s Market

Urban Harvest Saturday Farmers Market was started by two activists from Fourth Ward who started a community garden. The garden continued to grow and became a non-profit organization that helps the community with gardening programs, classes, youth education, and farmers’ markets.

The market supports more than 100 local suppliers. Buyers can buy flowers at Addy’s Flower Farm, fish at Airline Seafood Inc., and organic vegetables at Animal Farm.

Hours: Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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Location: 2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, Texas 77027

Many Farmers Market do not offer bags. Buyers are encouraged to bring their own carts or bags to transport their market finds.

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