Dallas Farmers Market Directory
10am – 6pm, 7 Days a Week
A new take on the general store! Find your morning coffee, sundries or everything for a farm-to-table meal. You'll find fresh meats, produce, specialty foods and even grab-n-go food - all from local farmers and artisans. Market Provisions offers a place for local producers and artisans to sell their goods without having to pay for an expensive storefront themselves. When you shop at Market Provisions, you are not only helping a small business succeed, but you are also helping make a difference in your neighborhood! When you make a purchase you are supporting GROW North Texas in making fresh, nutritious foods available to low-income residents with special programs. In other words, all proceeds from Market Provisions go straight back into the community.
Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays – 10am to 3pm, Saturdays – 8am to 5pm, Sundays – 10am to 5pm
The Shed is 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. Wagons are available, and misters and ceiling fans lower the temperature by 15 degrees in the summer months. For a list of produce that’s in season and farmers, ranchers and artisans selling at The Shed, sign up for our weekly newsletter. The Shed Hours: Fridays – 10am to 3pm Saturdays – 8am to 5pm *Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays – 10am to 3pm (Hours vary by season) – Starting March 28th, throughout the spring and summer months, Paul’s Roasted Corn will be leading the way inside The Shed selling his elote cups + produce sourced from local farmers. On these days, The Shed vendors are lighter. In the fall and winter, vendors may opt not to come on the weekdays, but will be present on the weekends. Produce As the home of fresh produce, dairy and other products, The Shed was the first piece of the market to open under the new plan. Changes include: Higher-quality vendors and food products Addition of local farmers (from 5 to 27) Clearly identified product sources Availability of shopping carts Misters and ceiling fans to help to lower the temperature by 15 degrees Band shell at the east end of the building Loading zone