The sun is out here in DFW, which is the perfect time to head to the market for some gorgeous local finds. Here is a list of Fort Worth & Dallas area farmers markets and grocers! Let us know of any we are missing! Of course, this is always a great way to save and support local too!
*Denton Community Market
317 W. Mulberry St., Denton
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday
Near the downtown square, you’ll find trucks and tents filled with fresh produce, local artisans and handmade goods. They are a producer-only farmer’s market and art market in downtown Denton, featuring live music, kids activities, local farms, local artists, food trucks, food vendors and more!
*McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square
315 S. Chestnut St., McKinney
8 a.m. to noon every Saturday
Consistently ranked as one of the top farmers markets in Texas, McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square is a market you will want to return to time and time again. In addition to our variety of vendors offering local, grass fed beef and free range chicken, you’ll also find specialty items such as tamales, pastries, jerky and so much more.
Another unique feature to the Chestnut Square Market is the wide selection of arts and crafts vendors who offer everything from locally made goat milk soap to wood turned bowls. A monthly feature is ART IN THE MARKET where a local artisan will demonstrate his or her skills. Potters, painters and a wide variety of artisans will offer free demonstrations every Saturday morning in the Chapel garden.
Live music, face painting and pony rides are always a treat and available every Saturday.
*Coppell Farmers Market
768 W. Main St., Coppell
8 a.m. to noon every Saturday
“Still the best all-round market with great, vetted farmers and excellent artisans, not to mention a killer pavilion unveiled last year  just for the market. It also offers a kids’ playground and water feature. This market has the best website, too.”
Kim Pierce, Special Contributor to the Dallas Morning News, May 12, 2015
*Lakeside Market Plano
9150 Garland Rd.
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday
Since 2009 the White Rock community in East Dallas has enjoyed our weekly producer-only farmers market. In 2017 we are proud to return to 9150 Garland Rd, now the Lake Pointe Church. You will find us starting April 1, as usual in our beloved home with more of your favorite vendors and programs.
Close to the Arboretum, Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda, our White Rock 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!
*Sweet Harvest Shed/Dulce Cosecha
1103 S. Harwood St.
8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily
This is actually a great place to get produce if you’re near Dallas Farmers Market. Sweet Harvest Shed/Dulce Cosecha is a gorgeous red shed full of fruits, vegetables and nuts. Even the pickiest shoppers will be happy with the watermelons, mangos, strawberries and apples here. They also put together darling fruit baskets and this might be the best place to get tomatoes. There’s a great assortment of flowers here; the prices are very reasonable and the people are kind. Sweet Harvest also has baked goods like pies and breads. If you miss the way Dallas Farmers Market used to be, walk across the street to Sweet Harvest Shed.
*Cowtown Farmers Market
3821 Southwest Blvd., Fort Worth
8 a.m. to noon every Saturday
We are a group of farmers, and artisans who believe that providing fresh, and local food and products is the best way to shop and eat. We are proud members of “Go Texan” and we are a part of the North Texas Farmers Market Association.
5803 E. Northwest
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday
White Rock Local Market has partnered with the Vickery Meadow Improvement District (VMID) and Half Price Books to launch Vickery Meadow Local Market.
Vickery Meadow Local Market offers healthy foods as well as arts and crafts, while developing new opportunities for urban and rural producers.
*Dallas Farmers Market
920 S. Harwood St.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Friday and Sunday
The Market Shops – Open 7 Days a Week – A 26,000 square foot food hall and artisanal vendor market containing four anchor restaurants, a mixture of local specialty foods, artisanal food vendors, and seating areas both inside and out where you can grab a bite to eat or enjoy a cup of coffee while taking in a view of the Dallas skyline or observing the market-goers.
Farmers Market @ The Shed – Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday – An open-air pavilion where you can shop from regional vendors who grow, raise, make and produce food. You’ll find a mix of farmers with seasonal produce grown in this climate, ranchers with naturally raised meats, cheese, eggs and honey, and food artisans who make breads, canned and regional/international foods. The Shed also has a handful of arts and crafts vendors throughout the year.
*Beltline Farmers Market (Four Seasons Markets)
See dates and times HERE
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. The market replicates a European-style market where you can not only meet local farmers, artisanal food producers and craftsmen, but sample and purchase their products in a colorful, family-friendly venue.
*Carrollton Farmers Market
2722 N. Josey Lane, Carrollton
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday
This is another farmers market in a parking lot, this time between a Petco and a Jack in the Box. But with 50 vendors, it covers all the essentials and a whole lot more: Produce, breads, tamales, jams, meats, olive oil, cheeses, beef jerky, salsa, anything you could possibly want at a farmers market and everything local. Everyone here somehow carried the friendly vibe you would look for in a pavilion or shed right next to the traffic of a Jack in the Box. Cotton candy made to order was too good to pass up. There are a ton of arts and crafts vendors at this market — embroidery, candles, garden rocks, even handmade high-end pens.
More Fort Worth & Dallas Farmer’s Markets
Green’s Produce and Plants
3001 W Arkansas Ln, Arlington, TX
Farmers Market, Nurseries & Gardening, Fruits & Veggies
Bedford Farmer’s Market
2824 Brown Trl, Bedford, TX
Nrh Farmer’s Market
7700 Davis Blvd, North Richland Hills, TX
Fruits & Veggies, Farmers Market
Rufe Snow Farmers Market
6871 Rufe Snow Dr, Fort Worth, TX
Cowtown Farmers Market
3821 Southwest Blvd, Fort Worth, TX
Grand Prairie Famers Market
120 W. Main St., Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Dallas Farmer’s Market
1010 S Pearl Expy
Dallas, TX 75201
White Rock Local Market
702 N Buckner Blvd
Dallas, TX 75218
Oak Lawn Famers Market
Cedar Springs And Welborn
Dallas, TX 75219
Cox Farms Market
778 Fort Worth Ave
Dallas, TX 75208
Saint Michael’s Farmers Market
8011 Douglas Ave
Dallas, TX 75225
Coppell Farmers Market
768 W Main St
Coppell, TX 75019
Farmers Market of Grapevine
325 S Main St
Grapevine, TX 76051
Roanoke Farmers Market
221 N Oak St
Roanoke, TX 76262
Keller Farmers Market
1100 Bear Creek Pkwy
Keller, TX 76248