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Dallas Farmers Market, Dallas

Categories: Farmers Markets, Food & Drink, Shopping
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2.9/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • My first time visiting today. Very eclectic. Vegetables, jewelry, clothing, beauty products, lots of food vendors. We made some bread purchases and organic natural skin products for the dog! The indoo...  read more »
  • I was thrilled to go to the Farmers Market on a recent visit to Dallas. I believe it's open daily except for holidays. In addition to the fresh fruit and vegetable stalls there is a large building wit...  read more »
  • There's loud little shops where you can buy fresh goods such as cheese, etc. The prices are right, it's all clean and well kept. At noon, several business people come here a bite of food! Opposite is also a flower and Garden Center. Bottom line: you can look at!
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  • We visited the Dallas Farmers Market on our trip from Wisconsin. The whole market gave us a yuppie feel. The restaurant section seemed like all fancy food and overpriced establishments, definitely no mom and pop cafe type places. The shed was surprisingly empty for 11:00 on a Friday morning. As reported in other reviews, more coffee and soap vendors than produce vendors. I understand giving the preference to local growers and vendors, but the lack of competition will certainly lead to overpricing. We never made it to the old market, but it's apparent that the new market is being geared to the people with a large disposable income.
  • I love this place! Great place to take the kids for a nice day out and to try new things. It seems to be less crowded on Sundays compared to jam packed Saturdays. Awesome vendors and I love the inside market to sit and have a meal.
  • So dissapointed!! What happened to the old farmers market? I understand renovation is needed but why drastically mess it up like that. A big part of my childhood is gone. Never again will I visit this place. The good vendors are gone. Prices are expensive! Qll I can get now is herbal teas and handmade soap! I really recommend Rubios produce around the corner of it and other small produce places open to the public around there!
  • Great selection of fresh veggies and handmade goods outside. And then indoors you get fantastic markets with everything from fresh seafood and amazing cheeses, to pottery. Will return.
  • This is wonderful. Great produce, seafood, local meat. Great restaurants. Tapas, Vietnamese, Mexican, and more. It would take me multiple visits to eat my way through what they have to offer.
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