The Houston Farmers Market celebrates Houston with the two characteristics our city is most popular for: diversity and food.
As the City’s oldest and largest farmer’s market, the 18-acre market on Airline Drive is a can’t-miss Houston destination. Get ready to shop, cook, and dine like a local at the Houston Farmers Market, now open. Expect more exciting food and retail openings, coming later this year!
ChronHouston is colossal. Spanning 9,444 square miles from The Woodlands to Sugar Land and beyond, it’s just smaller than Massachusetts, and bigger than the entire state of New Jersey. That’s a lot of area to cover, especially if you’re trying to do it in one weekend....
ChronStreet Food of Oaxaca Tasting at URBE Chef Hugo Ortega and highly-acclaimed Mexican chef Rodolfo Castellanos will celebrate Oaxacan street food at a walk-around event at URBE, 1101 Uptown Park, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Castellanos will serve some of his signature...
ChronMark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: The 8th annual Houston Tacolandia is back at The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou on Saturday, October 15 from 4 to 7 p.m., with tickets on sale now. The outdoor...
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Look Forward to These Houston Community Produce and Goods.
The Houston Farmers Market connects the community with locally-grown produce and goods in Houston TX. Whether you like finding new food vendors or staying true to your traditional roots, Houston Farmers Market intends to introduce your taste buds to different foods and flavors. Here are a few of the items you can look forward to in 2021: