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Froberg's Farm, Alvin

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4.5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • My wife always wanted to shop at a local farm where she can buy home grown produce. Froberg's, which is a family owned farm is perfect 
  • Frobergs is absolutely amazing. It has fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from, as well as local honey and jams and sauces. Come when strawberry picking time and pick your own strawberries. Fall is...  read more »
  • This is THE place to go and pick strawberries with the family. They have a great fresh foods market as well, and tasty individual pies warmed to perfection! Plan on spending some time having a picnic ...  read more »
  • Great place to bring the kids. Tasty strawberries and local foods. A bit expensive though. Also, sometimes they don't open fresh sections of the strawberry patch that quickly and all of the good berries will be picked over. Go early Saturday morning to get the best ones.
  • Great place to get seasonal fresh veggies. Their fried pies are some of the best! And I really love their fresh roasted peanuts.
  • My family and I drove to the farm to pick strawberries and to have lunch at the smoke house. Upon arrival we decided to eat lunch at the smoke house. The lady that took our order was very kind and offered samples before we placed our order. We decided to try the sliced brisket sandwiches. The beef smelled delicious however it lacked flavor. It did not even taste smoked, just like boiled unseasoned meat. Also, it was was fatty and chewy. To make matters worse it had a weird after taste. The taste reminded me of meat that had been in the freezer for a while. Next, we headed to the produce market. The market offered a variety of produce, fruits, dried goods, fresh beans, farm fresh eggs and canned/preserved goods. Some of the produce was grown directly on the farm. Strangely, we observed that the strawberries in the market were grown in California. After picking our stash of produce and preserved goods we decided to try the fried pies. We bought 4 fried pies (apple, apple raisin, buttermilk pecan and pecan) Unfortunately, the crust of the pies were soggy and tasted like old oil. The fillings of the pies lacked flavor and the texture was not off. Prior to leaving the farm we headed to the strawberry patch. The patch is awesome. My kiddo had a great time picking berries however my mother had to cut her berry picking time short because she tripped and fell over a sand hump. With that being said, "Happy picking and watch your step", The ground is not even on some of the rows. I give the market 5 stars but the brisket and the pies I give NO stars.
  • Horrible is an under statement. The staff are super rude and have no common sense of addressing the customers. Strawberries were also not sweet. You have to buy a bucket for $1 just to enter. Never I have heard this before in a pick in farm. Overall, don't waste your time going here. There are so many others in the area. Thanks!
  • This is a must stop for anyone passing through. During the spring time from about late January to May they have strawberry picking that you can do which is just tons of fun for the entire family. You get a bucket for a dollar and then go out and pick as many strawberries you can handle and then it is I believe $2/lb. They have the absolute best homemade warm pies you will ever put in your mouth. My personal favorite is the strawberry and cream. They also have pineapple, tart cherry, blueberry and a few others. Next door the have a small shop filled with meats that you can get a variety of jerky, quail, boudin, and a host of other delicious meats. I can go on and on but you just have to stop in.
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