The Main Plaza Farmers’ Market is a collaboration between the San Antonio Food Bank and Main Plaza Conservancy. The famous plaza is the “heart of the city” and surrounded by many thousands of office workers. For some, going to the Main Plaza is a Tuesday routine -- a chance to stock up on local produce and local goods, or to eat lunch at the plaza. It is held seasonally from March to November every Tuesday from 10:00am to 1:00pm. The market features local farmers, craftsmen, and artisans selling their produce and products at the beautiful but busy Main Plaza.Vendors at the market accept SNAP, WIC, and cash.
The Tobin Farm Art Market is a free community event which is open to the public. The Farm Art Market features vendors with locally grown and produced products in different categories. These include fresh produce and meats, sweets and desserts, sauces, jams and spreads. There are also health and beauty, pet supplies and accessories, handmade fashion accessories and visual art and photography products. Farm Art Market also features award-winning local vendors, pop-up performances, live art, and interactive booths. You can email [email protected] to get involved in this free event.
SoFlo Market supports local talent and creativity while letting its patrons have an unforgettable shopping experience. With its “urban art and craft market” concept, they have gathered together an eclectic selection of talented artists, makers, and vendors to be able to provide a “visual feast of wonder” to their patrons. Visit the SoFlo Market to check out the appetizing food items and food trucks, the beautiful art creations, and their “unique wares.” The market also has a “great family atmosphere” with it being kid and pet friendly!
breadPearl Farmers Market is a 2-day weekend market open all year round that is held at the site of what was once Texas’ largest brewery. On Saturdays (9:00am to 1:00pm), the market features producers-only vendors while the Sunday market features more artisanal and prepared foods. All potential and 45+ current vendors undergo a rigid vetting process and come from within a 150-mile radius.The Pearl is a private, mixed-use space with modern amenities including a hotel, an amphitheater, offices, and a variety of shops and restaurants. Market shoppers can easily spend hours exploring all 22-acres of Pearl and sampling its offerings. A unique service related to the farmers market is the “Veggie Valet” where customers can drop off their market purchases while they continue exploring the area.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Pearl Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!
The WIC Clinic Salinas at 630 S General McMullen is just one of 13 locations participating under the San Antonio Food Bank Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP). The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB), established in 1980, aims to actively fight hunger in San Antonio and Southwest Texas. They provide "not only food for today" as their primary mission. And, they also "give community members the resources to be self-sufficient in the future". The FMNP also provides resources to qualified low-income women and children. They help them purchase fresh locally grown produce using their FMNP vouchers at participating farmer’s market locations. Most of the produce sold at this market also comes from the SAFB Farms. You will really "appreciate" and will also "love seeing all" the services they have been doing.
01 Farmers Market at Woodlawn Pointe, which is located in San Antonio, Texas, is a state-certified neighborhood producers-only market. There are many vendors present here during market day, selling different kinds of goods like farm-fresh produce (Roma tomatoes, potatoes, jalapeños, cucumbers, and more), baked goods from local bakers (check out the banana nut and apple pecan bread from one of the vendors!), pickled food, pantry staples, and many more. So why not schedule your market day on a Wednesday and come by at the market any time from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Woodlawn Pointe. Or visit the market every last Thursday of the month at the Deco Pizzeria along Fredericksburg Road from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. If the weather gets a little bit hot, don't worry because there are stalls here selling refreshments and beverages, like fresh fruit juice.
The WIC Clinic Pecan Valley Farmers' Market is located right along the Pecan Valley Drive in San Antonio, Texas. They support the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) Nutrition Program.SAFB began in the year 1980. Their goal is to fight hunger in San Antonio and Southwest Texas. In addition, the food bank also aims to provide "not only food for today, but also to give community members the resources to be self-sufficient in the future." Their campaigns, one of which is this nutrition program, helps and supports unfortunate children and women. They also have a farm where they grow crops. These crops are then being sold at select farmers' markets such as this one in Pecan Valley. You may also get their vouchers which you can use to pay for your purchased fruits or vegetables.The SAFB in WIC Clinic Pecan Valley Farmers Market runs every 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, except when there's inclement weather or it's the holiday season.
The Farmers’ Market at the Mission Marquee Plaza is in collaboration with the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB). It is one of the four main locations for the SAFB Farmers Market Association members. The source for most of the produce sold at this market come from the SAFB’s farms.Held every 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:00am to 2:00pm, the market features the social enterprise Mobile Mercado, a mobile mini grocery store. This mobile store is also equipped with a demonstration kitchen and teaching tools that becomes a venue for nutrition education. Besides selling affordable healthy options, the mobile grocery offers cooking demos and on-site advice from nutritionists.The market is open to the public and accepts cash and credit cards. WIC, Senior Vouchers, and EBT Lone Star Cards are also accepted (seasonal conditions may apply).
The Olmos Basin Farmers Market is located at 100 Jackson Keller Road. It is one of the farmers' markets that participate in the nutrition program of the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB).The food bank was established in 1980. Since then, all of its constituents, participants, and volunteers have been actively fighting hunger in San Antonio and Southwest Texas.One of the campaigns of this program is that they provide resources to qualified low-income women and children. They do this by selling fresh locally grown produce using their FMNP vouchers at participating farmer's market locations, such as this one in Olmos Basin.The SAFB in Olmos Basin Farmers Market operates every Tuesday and Saturday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. The food bank runs all-year-round.
The Pica Pica Plaza Farmers Market is located right along the Military Drive in San Antonio, Texas. It's one of the many participants of the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) Nutrition Program.SAFB started in the year 1980. Since then, it has been actively reducing starving people in San Antonio and Southwest Texas. One of their ways of doing so is through their SAFB Farm. This farm grows local crops, which are then sold at various farmers' markets, just like this one in Pica Pica Plaza. If you want to participate in this program, you can purchase their FMNP vouchers, which you can use to pay for your fruits or vegetables at their site. Part of the proceeds goes to qualified women and children.The SAFB in Pica Pica Plaza Farmers Market operates every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The program runs all-year-round.
Alamo Heights Farmers Market at the Alamo Quarry Market takes over where its precursor, the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market, left off. The original Alamo Heights FM itself went through challenges with changes in its location and management. A recent welcome change in management gives it its new permanent home at the Alamo Quarry Market, taking over the original Quarry FM that closed after a few years in operation. The old-new market promises expanded offerings while sticking to what they do best - providing a fun and healthy activity for the community and a regular outlet for vendors. The new management's plans include activities such as live music and an open mike event for local talent. Enjoy the re-energized “family-friendly, dog-friendly, open-air marketplace” and sample the fresh produce and local artisanal products including baked goods, jams and preserves, juices, fermented foods, and ready-to-eat food.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Alamo Heights Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!
The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) is a non-profit organization working with partners and community centers to provide so-called food deserts access to healthier food. They operate the farmers markets at four locations around the San Antonio area and make available fresh fruits and vegetables. Many of the items they sell at these markets come from the SAFB farms.This market is open every fourth Saturday from May to October from 10:00am to 1:00pm. The SAFB also offers free cooking demonstrations as a support program for their advocacy. The market is open to the public and accepts cash and credit cards. WIC, Senior Vouchers, and EBT Lone Star Cards are also accepted (seasonal conditions may apply).
The Farmers Market in WIC Clinic Callaghan is located right along the Callaghan Road in San Antonio, Texas. This farmers market is a partner of the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB).The SAFB features a nutrition program that helps fight and reduce starvation in San Antonio and Southwest Texas. Vouchers are available for purchase, which you can then use to buy crops that are locally grown from their farm. The crops are sold in numerous farmers' markets such as this one in Callaghan. As a not-for-profit organization, part of their profits will be given to qualified children and women.The SAFB in WIC Clinic Callaghan Farmers Market operates every 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The program runs all-year-round except on holidays or during bad weather.
The Palo Alto College Farmer’s Market is every fourth Monday of the month. It’s a one-stop-shopping opportunity for students and the surrounding communities. This joint project of the Student Life organization and the San Antonio Food Bank offers shoppers a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables – many of which come from the Food Bank’s farms.The market features the social enterprise Mobile Mercado, a mobile mini grocery store. It is also equipped with a demonstration kitchen and teaching tools that becomes a venue for nutrition education. Besides selling affordable healthy options, the mobile grocery offers cooking demos and on-site advice from nutritionists.The market is open to the public and accepts cash and credit cards. WIC, Senior Vouchers, and EBT Lone Star Cards are also accepted (seasonal conditions may apply).
The Leon Valley Public Library Farmers Market is right along the Evers Road in San Antonio, Texas. It's one of the farmers' markets that joins the nutrition program of the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB).Since the year 1980, this food bank has been diligent in fighting starvation both in San Antonio and Southwest Texas. One of their ways of doing so is through their FMNP vouchers. When you purchase fruits and vegetables at select farmers' markets such as this one in Leon Valley Public Library, you can pay using these vouchers. Part of the proceeds will, of course, go to women and children who are qualified for this program.The SAFB in the Leon Public Library operates every Wednesday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. The program runs all-year-round. Anyhow, there's no need to pre-register in this program as you can just do it on-site.
The Farmers Market in WIC Clinic Naco-Perrin is located right along the Naco-Perrin Blvd in San Antonio, Texas. It's one of the many participants of the San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) Nutrition Program.The SAFB has been in existence since the year 1980. Their advocacy is to zero-out the starvation rate of San Antonio and Southwest Texas. Thus, through their campaigns, one of which is their nutrition program, we can help and support as well. The SAFB has a farm that grows fruits and vegetables. Vouchers can be purchased and can be used to buy these crops, which they sell at select farmers' markets such as this one in Naco-Perrin. They also have a list of qualified candidates who will stand as a beneficiary of their profit.The SAFB in WIC Clinic Naco-Perrin Farmers Market runs every 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Legacy Farmers' Market is a small market when it comes to size but the selection of fresh goods and local vendors is impressive. While it can't compare to many other farmers markets in size, this small market is definitely worth the stop due to the exceptionally high quality of the products that are available. Excellent place to enjoy fresh produce without fighting through crowds of people.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Legacy Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!
The Deerfield Farmers Market is organized by The Hill Country Farmer’s Market Association (HCFMA). Held weekly every Saturday from 10am to 2pm, this market is one of several locations managed by the HCFMA. Join them at Huebner Road at the corner of Huebner & Bitters to get fresh local produce, meat, seafood, bread, dog treats, skin care products, and more.A sampling of the reviews as seen on Google shows the market is worth checking out. “Great group of local farmers and merchants. Definitely go early to get the best selection. Most take credit cards.” Here’s another: “a very small market but I got some nice produce”.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Deerfield Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!
The Well Market, formerly Huebner Oaks Farmer’s Market, is part of a wider network of farmers’ markets established by the Four Seasons Markets group. This group gives entrepreneurs a platform to establish and grow their businesses while changing the way people learn about, buy, and consume food. Customers have a wide array of possible farmers, ranchers, and artisans – 2,789 in total. Around 20 vendors are usually present at Huebner Oaks with products for sale including local produce, breads and cakes, and more!The Four Seasons group operates 7 other markets around the State of Texas.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Huebner Oaks Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!
Bandera Market first opened in 2018. When COVID-19 hit in 2020, the previous owners decided to close the market down. The good thing is that Gilda and Vanessa stepped in and purchased the market from its previous owners. They were already vendors of the market and knew that the closure would not only affect them, but other local vendors and customers as well! They re-opened the market with COVID-19 precautions in place and since then has been known as the safest market to visit during the pandemic. The market is a veteran and women-owned small business and they're open the whole year round with a special monthly night market. Their mission? Simple. To provide a safe, cost-effective, and drama--free avenue for local and small businesses to offer their products for sale to the local community! They reopened the market as a state-certified farmer’s market offering year-round produce, honey, artisan bread and Texan-made products and more. Bandera Market is a proud member of Go Texan! Recently nominated as #2 farmer’s market by SA Current and SA Express News readers, Bandera Market is a great place to visit any weekend as it is a year-round market.P.S. This is a pet-friendly market!