Review of Dallas Farmers Market by TexasRealFood

In typical Dallas Fashion, the Dallas Farmers Market is much more upscale than what one would expect at a traditional farmers market. While some people might find this to be "inauthentic" it is still a very good concept for an urban area.

The Dallas Farmers Market has two areas:

  • The Shed: Which is your typical outdoor covered farmers market. Here you can find small vendors selling food, honey, cheese, desserts and so on.
  • Indoor: This is the more upscale part of the Dallas Farmers Market. This area is climate controlled and is home to many fixed restaurants and booths.
The market is open every day of the week but the Weekends are the days to go. If you're with friends and family, nothing beats the atmosphere of going to this farmers market. The outside venue is packed with local eateries and entrepreneurs. You can also get seasonal fruits and vegetables, homemade jewelry, plants, and other artisan food products.  It's a melting pot of culture, flavors, colors, and there is something for everyone. There are even vegan options!

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