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Tucked in on the east side of downtown, the Dallas Farmers Market (founded in 1941) is widely recognized as one of largest markets in the state, especially now after experiencing a recent makeover.... Read More
Tucked in on the east side of downtown, the Dallas Farmers Market (founded in 1941) is widely recognized as one of largest markets in the state, especially now after experiencing a recent makeover. Not only will you find over 153 vendor stalls showcasing seasonal produce, naturally raised meats, cheese, eggs and honey in an open-air pavilion (the Shed), but there's also a massive indoor food hall (the Market) here as well. Opened at the end of 2015, this 26,000-square-foot foodie haven features an ever-growing lineup of artisanal food stalls and eateries-- along with shops peddling everything from T-shirts to Mexican imports and antique furniture. The sprawling space boasts both indoor and outdoor seating, plus it offers killer views of the Dallas skyline. In addition to shopping and eating, the Farmers Market hosts regular activities, ranging from yoga classes and cooking demonstrations to live musical performances and special seasonal events.
- Downtown Dallas' Best Attractions: "Be sure to drop by the information booth to find out about which farms are on site and what's on offer. Also check the website for an up-to-date listing of vendors, restaurants and special events."
- Best for Downtown Dallas' Best Attractions Because: The Dallas Farmers Market not only offers fresh produce, it hosts year round events and it's also home to Dallas' largest food hall.