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Dallas Farmers Market, Dallas

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Though the downtown area offers more high-end accommodations, the heaviest concentration of hotels in Dallas is in the northern part of the city. Staying in this area while on holiday allows you to choose from a range of affordable and comfortable lodgings just a short drive from the city's major attractions. Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may find it more convenient to stay close to the airport or near the city's amusement parks. A budget-friendly alternative, the northern suburbs offer decent accommodations and plenty of shops and restaurants.
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  • Just went in to look around but ended up buying two sandwiches and a tub of fruit. Great way to order on a tablet screen with plenty of choice and then its made fresh to order. Excellent  more »
  • I am really enjoying the Food Hall. There are a handful of interesting food places and interesting shopping places. I have even bought snarky T-shirts from Bullzerk. During the weekdays at lunch I hav...  more »
  • This venue is visually appealing from curbside, but highly commercial. It is overpriced and overdeveloped. Parking was difficult. The inside of the permanent building looked like a cross between a mal...  more »
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  • What happened to this place?? My mom use to bring me here and there would be so many fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from.. not its all commercial. I'm from Dallas and wanted to bring my daughter her so she could experience what I had as a child. Just another great place ruined. Traders Village has more fresh fruit and vegetables than this place now.. Way to go Dallas! Update》》》》 I know found a place at lake point church ( 9150 Garland rd) that sells fresh produce. It not real big, I think about 10 vendors. They gather in the church parking lot. I didn't remember to ask for the schedule, but it seems like it's every Saturday. When I know, I'll post it. I'll be going this Saturday (July 1,)
  • I wish I had a market like this in New Jersey. Both the indoor and outdoor areas are really well appointed and it looks like some new places are coming in. The indoor area has a number of place to eat, grab a local beer, get unique souvenirs, most of which are locally made, some mass produced. The outdoor shops are mostly focused around produce and handmade items. The parking garage is close so it can be difficult to park.
  • Went to find fresh produce. Found a crowded, heavily commercialized, overpriced market. Very few farmers and all selling the same things available at Central Market or other upscale stores. Lots of soap, t-shirts, crafts. Nothing special. Food stand are way overpriced and crowded. I guess if want a real Farmer's Market, you have to go to a small town that actually supports farmers rather than big commercial interests. Too bad. This place used to be fun.
  • The experience was fun. The atmosphere was great. Prices are as expected: a little on the high side. But it was well worth the trip. Great finds! Go check them out. **Will post pictures soon. ** We purchased fresh blueberries, a chicken fried hot dog with mashed potatoes (was to die for btw), Gluten free cookies, kale chips, beef jerky, pineapple green tea (yum), pepperoni cheese bread, and fried dumplings with a watermelon salad.
  • Great place to grab local produce, crafts, and even cookies. The restaurants here are a little over priced but amazing. It will get better the more they restore. I love what they have done so far.