The Dallas Farmers Market is The Shed, The Market, Mudhen Meats and Greens and Mama Ida's Community Garden.
The Shed is an open air pavilion where you can shop local vendors including Farmers, Ranchers, Food Artisans and Arts & Crafts vendors. The Shed hours: Fridays 10am to 3pm; Saturdays 9am to 5pm; Sundays 10am to 5pm 1010 S. Pearl Expy, Dallas Texas 75201
The Market is a 26,000 square foot food hall and artisanal vendor market containing four anchor restaurants, a mixture of local and 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. The Market hours: Saturday - Thursday 11am - 7pm; Friday 11am - 8pm 920 S Harwood, Dallas Texas 75201. Some Merchants are open additional hours. Click here for a directory and times http://dallasfarmersmarket.org/the-market/
Mama Ida's Community Garden is located at the east side of The Shed closest to Cesar Chavez. The community garden is a place where people from all over North Texas can learn how to sustainably grow their own fruits and vegetables.
Mudhen Meat and Greens is a restaurant for folks that are particular about what food they put in their mouths. A bright market restaurant that focuses on clean-living soups, salads, sandwiches, bowls & mains. Mudhen Hours: Monday: 11am - 4pm; Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 10pm; Friday: 11am - 11pm; Saturday: 9am - 11pm Brunch till 3pm & Sunday: 9am - 4pm All Day Brunch
Social Hour: Tuesday - Friday: 4pm - 7pm 900 S. Harwood Street Dallas, TX
The Dallas Farmers Market is one of the largest farmers' produce exchanges in the state. Open year round to provide seasonal harvests, artisan foods, natural meats and eggs for the public. Weekends are bustling with many vendors, events, live music and chef demos. Plan a visit soon!
Jan - Dec
Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
this place is more flea market than farmers market, the stands selling produce are vastly out numbered by stands selling everything but, the people who own the market seem more concerned with filling the space than the integrity of what a farmers market is supposed to be, me and my wife were severely disappointed by the lack of actual farmers produce, after driving over 20 miles and having to park blocks away only to find we would have been better off just going to our local store for our produce, it is truly sad that this place has the nerve to advertise it's self as a farmers market, needless to say we will Never go back there again and recommend everyone to look elsewhere for there farm produce.
No one needs locally grown produce more than North Texans -- and no one needs local support more than North Texan farmers!
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I believe that if we grown our own food products, it will bring the prices down so that everyone can eat fresh and healthy foods.