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The Ultimate Guide to Farmers Markets in Houston

Urban Harvest East Side Farmers Market– One of the oldest and largest farmers markets in Houston is open every Saturday, year round, from 8 am to noon. Stop by the covered tents for over 60 vendors carrying produce, seafood, meats, and everything in between. Find them at 3000 Richmond Ave.

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Canino’s Produce Co.– A congregation of local farmers selling a huge selection of fruits, vegetables, seeds, spices, mexican candy, dried fruits, and more. This is one of the largest farmers markets in Houston and it’s open seven days a week from 6 am to 7 pm. Find them at 2520 Airline Dr.

...and opens in the afternoon from 3:30- 6:30 pm. They’re located at 5600 Greenbriar Dr.

...ll find a selection of the most freshly picked produce around. They’re located at 2515 Waugh Dr. inside Kindred Church...

...pm, so be sure to be on time! Find them across from City Hall at 901 Bagby St.

...and open rain or shine from 9 am to noon. You’ll find them at 2120 Ella Blvd.

Blue Field Market– A fun filled, family-friendly farmer’s market featuring baked goods, produce, gourmet food, jewelry, clothing, home goods, photography, house plants, and more. This market is open every Saturday night from 6 pm- 10 pm. Be there on time for free yoga! Find them at 2619 Polk St.

...crafted jewelry and art. The market is open rain or shine! They’re located at 1245 Heights Blvd.

Kingwood Farmers Market– Every Thursday, rain or shine, you’ll find a selection of fresh produce, freshly baked bread, herbs, international cuisine, and more. The market opens from 2- 6 pm, or 3- 7 pm during Daylight Savings Time. They’re located at 8 N. Main in Kingwood.

The Farm Stand at Petrol Station–  You’ll find a wide selection of vendors from Indian cuisine to meats and cheeses, confections, produce, olive oils, and more. They are open every Saturday from 9 am- 1 pm, located at 948 Wakefield Drive.

Locavore Farmers Market– Open from 9 am- 1 pm every 3rd Saturday of the month year round, you can find locally grown produce, plants, baked goods, baked goods, hand made crafts, and more. They are located inside of Lakewood United Methodist Church at 11330 Louetta Road.

Meyerland Farmers Market– Each Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm, you’ll find a wide selection of home made meals, olives, freshly baked bread, as well as produce, desserts, goat cheese, and more. The market is open every Saturday year round located at 8601 Chimney Rock.

...Market featuring the same great products as well as live entertainment! They are located at 2800 Navigation Blvd.

Westchase District Farmers Market– Offering a variety of seasonally- grown fruits and veggies, this market is open every Thursday starting at 3 pm. You will also find baked goods, prepared foods, nuts, honey, condiments, dairy, and more. They’re located next to the church at 10503 Westheimer Rd.

Energy Corridor Farmers Market– Every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm, you’ll find a variety of products from hand made soaps, fresh honey, locally sourced produce, and more. You can find them at 14710 Grisby Road.

Chimney Rock Market– This pet and family friendly market features live music, local artists, freshly squeezed lemonade, prepared foods, and organic, farm fresh fruits and veggies. They’re open the first Sunday of every month starting at noon. You’ll find them at 3300 Chimney Rock.

    The Ultimate Guide to Farmers Markets in Houston
    Houston may be an urban jungle but we have plenty of green space to grow our own locally sourced products. There are dozens of artisan and farmers markets in Houston and the surrounding area where you can find everything from fresh fruits and veggies to hand made soaps and art.

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Openings and Closings: Shell Shack Will Boil in July, Beaux Coo is Cool Now

...is expanding with a second location in the fall of 2018 to Kirby Grove at 2925 Richmond. Slowpokes made the Houston Press Best of Houston 2017 list for its coffee and convivial...

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Calle Onze, 222 W. 11th,  had its "flash" opening June 7. The newest concept from the team at Edison & Patton...

...W. 11th,  had its "flash" opening June 7. The newest concept from the team at Edison & Patton, serves North Mexican and Texas favorites with a twist. Expect unique dishes like U10 scallops...

There is also a Bibo's Cafe at 6830 E. Sam Houston Parkway N.

Bungalow Heights, 1919 Beall,  had its soft opening the last week of May. Along with a selection of cider, beer and wine, there is a food menu featuring bar favorites like wings, fried green tomatoes and sticky ribs. The wings start out at $7 for five and the big ass pretzel weighs in at $9.

La Grande Roue, 1344 Yale, is expected to open early October or late November, according to Eater Houston.

Blkdog Coffee, 9630 Clarewood, opened June 21. The coffee shop is the newest concept in restaurateur Mike Tran's...

Beaux Coo, 5600 Richmond, had its grand opening May 5. If Cajun food and frozen daiquiris are on your...

Bisou, 4444 Westheimer, is slated to open in the fall, according to CultureMap Houston. The French-inspired restaurant and bar from the group behind Cle` and Spire will take over the spot formerly housing Taverna, which shuttered last week.

Moxie's Grill and Bar, 5000 Westheimer, is rolling out a new " Gluten Conscious Lifestyle" menu. It isn't a one-hundred-percent gluten-free menu, so for those with severe gluten and other allergies, Moxie's recommends speaking to a manager for assistance when ordering.

    Openings and Closings: Shell Shack Will Boil in July, Beaux Coo is Cool Now
    Shell Shack, the seafood boil restaurant with six locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, is bringing its concept to the Bayou City. The first Houston area location is planned for July at 2412 Washington, in the former Social Junkie space. The new build-out will feature two patios, two bars and...

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Smoke, Pokes, and Poké: Houston Food News This Week

Slowpokes is expanding into the Upper Kirby district. Things have been going well in their Garden Oaks location, and now they’re taking their selection of coffees, teas, beer, wine and casual fare to 2925 Richmond Avenue, part of the Kirby Grove development.

$$ American/New American 2810 Westheimer Road

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For those of you out in Pearland and Webster looking for more poké options, Pokéworks is headed to your neck of the woods. In October they’ll open up at 2360 Pearland Parkway and in December they’ll open at 1041 Bay Area Blvd.

$ American/New American 2000 Lyons Ave.

    Smoke, Pokes, and Poké: Houston Food News This Week
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