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Top 3 local farmers markets to visit in Houston

Jessica Yang

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HOUSTON, TX - Whenever you feel like doing grocery shopping in Houston, maybe the idea of supporting the local farmers market can help you boost your shopping experience with a more open and friendly ambiance.

Fill your grocery bags now with these 3 local farmers markets in Houston. Let's go!

  • Urban Harvest Farmers Market
    3000 Richmond Houston, TX 77098

The largest and oldest of Houston's weekly markets with over 50 vendors that you can ever find! It takes place every Saturday on Eastside Drive and offers a variety of local products such as fruits, vegetables, coffee, meats, honey, eggs, and many more! You can also enjoy their weekly events ranging from live music to culinary demonstrations. The market is open on Saturday from 8:00 AM to noon.

  • Westchase District Farmers Market
    10503 Westheimer Rd.

If you live or work in the surrounding areas of Westchase District, it is a good stop after work to shop for groceries next to St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church! This weekday farmers market is on the smaller side and is open in afternoon hours, from 3 – 7 p.m on every Thursday. Due to its small size, visitors will find the essentials they need easily from vendors who regularly attend other Houston farmer markets.

  • Memorial Villages Farmers Market
    Hunters Creek Village at First Congregational Church, 10840 Beinhorn Road, Houston, TX 77024

This market has been open for nearly two years and has grown quickly ever since! It hosts a wide range of vendors selling seasonal fruits and veggies, local fresh and prepared foods such as Animal Farm, Plant It Forward Farms, Mad Hectic Foods’ oatmeal, Johnson’s Backyard Garden from Austin. So make sure to bring your grocery bag to The First Congregational Church parking lot every Saturday from 9 – 1 p.m.

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