The Dallas Farmers Market has been running downtown since 1941, and has undergone extensive revamping in the past few years. We popped by last weekend to see what all the fuss is about.
*Warning: Addison’s southern accent is triggered by any and all mentions of farms, tractors, and huntin’. Apologies in advance.
In The Shed, farmers and producers gather on the weekends when the sun’s out (which is 90% of the year around here) and sell their wares. From steamed corn to home-smoked beef jerky, pudding in a jar and boba tea, the options are whatever your wallet desires.
The Marketplace, the permanent food hall structure that sits catty-corner across the street, houses 20 more vendors like La Ventana Taqueria, Nammi Banh Mi Bar, and Coolhaus.
A new structure called the Urban Farmhouse is set to open this September and is already leasing out living space.
Listen to our thoughts on our quick n’ dirty Farmers Market experience below.