Finally—A Farmers’ Market Right in the Middle of DFW
Just minutes south of I-30, in the heart of the Metroplex, locally grown and produced fruits, vegetables, plants, tamales, breakfast burritos, breads, eggs and honey are available from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, at Grand Prairie’s Green Farmers’ Market, 120 West Main Street, at the corner of NW Second Street, in Dallas
It’s close to Lone Star Park, Verizon Theatre and QuikTrip Ballpark, and driving to the Green Grand Prairie Farmers Market is convenient: from Interstate 30, take the Belt Line exit and head south to Main Street (one mile); from State Highway 161, take the Jefferson exit and head east to downtown, and then Main Street (one mile); and from State Highway 360, take the Division exit and head east (two miles).
The Market is housed in a barn with a corrugated tin roof, with shaded benches, plenty of space for vendors, a paved walkways and room for outdoor entertainment. Frequent chef demonstrations feature innovative methods for cooking fresh items available at the market.
For more information, visit gptx.org/farmersmarket.