A lovely Sunday market in Richardson at the Dal Rich Towne Square on Belt Line and Coit Rd… Stop by this Sunday and discover new products! We are open year-round from 10am to 3pm.
Four Seasons Markets was established to develop and manage European style markets where ranchers, farmers, specialty food producers and artisanal craftsmen can interact with customers and other vendors in a colorful, exciting, family-friendly atmosphere that mimics the village markets popular throughout Europe.
In the heart of downtown Grapevine, you’ll find our lively outdoor market! Between our incredible produce and our awesome vendors, you’ll find the most fascinating selection of food products! Our outdoor market is an experience you just can’t miss!
Thursdays-Saturdays, April through October.
The Shed at the Dallas Farmers Market is an open air pavilion where you can shop from vendors that grow, raise, make and produce your food. You will find mix of farmers with seasonal produce, ranchers with naturally raised meats, cheese, eggs, and honey, and food artisans that make breads, canned and regional/international foods. The Shed also has a handful of Arts and Crafts vendors throughout the year.
To help with your shopping experience, below is a list of vendors approved in The Shed. These are all small businesses and may not be there every market day. The Shed Map is date specific and changes each market day. Be sure to scroll to date on left side.
LISTED AS ONE OF THE “BEST FARMERS MARKETS” IN THE DALLAS AREA
Rockwall Farmers Market was established in 2008 by the Friends of Downtown Rockwall and has been a Saturday morning staple! The market is run by all volunteers, with assistance from the City of Rockwall and Rockwall County, it has grown to over 30 vendors. It has become one of the area’s most popular destinations for locals to purchase fresh produce and specialty foods such as grass-fed meats, fresh baked artisans breads, farm eggs, seafood, honey, jams, pasta, tamales to name just a few. We also feature local talent that provides live music every market day. Our seasonal market is open Saturday mornings from the beginning of May until the end of September, 8:00 am until noon. You can find the market located on the Historic Downtown Square. We are dog and pet friendly.
Until this year, the White Rock Market was held every other Saturday at Green Spot. But this year, we have made a change: Our Lakeside Market and White Rock have now combined. in 2016, the Lakeside Market will now be every Saturday at Lakeside Baptist Church – just a mile from the former Green Spot location – from March to December.
Close to the Arboretum, Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda, Lakeside Market has trail-blazed the revitalization of Garland Rd. It’s a neighborhood destination for local produce, artisan foods and crafts, and community. We look forward to seeing everyone there every week!
Partnering with the Vickery Meadow Improvement District, this market is the first farmers market in the diverse Vickery Meadow neighborhood.
Vickery Meadow is open from 10a – 3p every Sunday, March – December and is located outside Half Price Books.
Our complex is conveniently located at US 75 and Parker Road in Plano. We have a farmer’s market, Cuellar’s Fajita Ranch restaurant with great patio seating to relax and unwind, unique pottery, and much more. We hope you come and meet us. You’ll be glad you did!
Saint Michael’s Farmers Market is a 501 (c) 3 non profit Farmers Market where local farmers, ranchers and artisans sell directly to our North Dallas neighborhood.
The Farmers Market is a non-profit community outreach ministry of Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church.
We are located at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 8011 Douglas Avenue at Colgate, Dallas, TX 75225. Location is in the heart of Park Cities, Preston Hollow, and North Dallas.
Started in 2007, the Frisco Farmers’ Market continues to grow in popularity. The market was founded by the Frisco Noon Lions Club for the benefit of our community. Today, the market is managed by the Rotary Club of Frisco. Local growers offer juicy melons, peaches, vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh corn on the cob and lots more. Also offered are baked breads, meat from local ranchers, honey, arts and crafts, and various other products.
The market allows consumers to have access to locally grown, farm fresh produce, enables farmers the opportunity to develop a personal relationship with their customers, and cultivate consumer loyalty with the farmers who grow the produce. Come grow with us!