Whether you’re looking for fresh, local produce, specialty foods, or hand made goods, you can find it all at a farmers market. There are tons to choose from, each with their own niche. We’ve rounded up the biggest list of farmers markets in San Antonio so you can know before you go.
Read more below for the Ultimate Guide to Farmers Markets in San Antonio:
Near Downtown San Antonio
Main Plaza– The San Antonio Food Bank hosts a weekly food bank at various locations around town. They will be open at Main Plaza every Tuesday from March 20 through December 18th from 10 am to 1 pm.
Pearl Farmers Market– This weekend San Antonio farmers market sells produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, cheeses, olive oils, nuts, wines, homemade soaps, and much more. They’re open Saturdays from 9 am- 1 pm and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. All dates are open rain or shine!
Chicho Boys Fruit Market– This family-run store is open every day except Sunday. The name says it all- they have over 100 varieties of fruits, spices, and sweet treats.
Brickadelic Vintage Market– Held at the Blue Star Arts Complex, this vintage market offers shopping, food trucks, records, sweet treats, a live DJ, and more. The event is January 25th from 5 pm to midnight.
Lost Records Market– January 19th, Blue Star Arts Complex is hosting a records market for record player enthusiasts. There will be local bands, musicians, local businesses, and more.
Market in the Park Day– Travis Park is hosting Boss Babes with over 35 vendors on January 26th. The event is family and pet friendly, with shopping, food, and games.
The Boho Market at La Villita– February 1st, shop local artists, hand makers, vintage finds, food, games, and more. The event is hosted from 6 pm to 11 pm.
North San Antonio
Huebner Oaks Farmers Market– This weekly farmers market in San Antonio offers jams and jellies, home made popcorn, grass fed beef, eggs, leather goods, lemonade, fresh produce, and more.
1st Saturday Market– The Shops at Blanco Roundabout hosts a monthly flea market with handmade goods and vintage items. Their next event is February 2nd from 10 am to 4 pm.
Deerfield Farmers Market– Every Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, get your fill of fresh produce, seafood, baked goods, skin care, dog treats, locally sourced honey, and more.
San Antonio Farmers Market Association– Open every Tuesday and Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm, this fan- favorite farmers market offers fresh produce, eggs, and more. They’re located at 16611 Huebner Rd.
Alamo Heights– This weekly Sunday San Antonio farmers market near Whole Foods is stocked with fresh produce, locally sourced honey, nuts, baked goods, juices, grass fed beef, skin care products, and more. They’re open from 9 am to 1 pm.
3rd Saturday Pop Up Market– Dollface Den hosts this monthly market featuring hand made art, prepared foods, and other small businesses.
Carousel Court Winter Market– This weekly Sunday market resumes January 20th with fresh produce, grass fed beef, honey, jams, jellies, mushrooms, and more.
February Valentine’s Market- Going on February 2nd and 3rd, this romantic market features art, jewelry, music, hand crafts, beauty and spa products, and more. It’s family and pet friendly with $3 parking.
Legacy Farmers Market– This market is open every weekend, all year long. They carry fresh produce, dog treats, meats, fresh eggs, wooden toys, local honey, handmade goods, and more. They also have live music. They’re located at 2585 Thousand Oaks.
Indoor Market at Rolling Oaks– Every weekend through March, this indoor market offers home made art, crafts, baked goods, health and wellness, beauty products, jewelry, home decor, and more.
Thousand Oaks Public Market– This outdoor market at Brunswick Zone Thousand Oaks Bowl is being hosted twice in February- 2/9 and 2/23. They’ll have a variety of vendors selling prepared foods, baked goods, and more. Plus, home made arts and crafts, beauty products, jewelry, and home decor.
Winter Artisans & Antique Market Days– February 9 and 10, head to Los Patios for honey, pickles, jams, salsas, arts and crafts, live music, and more. They’re open 10 am to 3 pm.
Boardwalk on Broadway Farmers Market– Every Sunday, you can shop fresh produce, locally sourced goods, hand made arts and crafts, and more at this farmers market in San Antonio. They’re open 10 am to 2 pm.
West/ North West San Antonio
Family Fun Market– This market is oriented towards families with food, fun, and games. They’ll also have vendors and desserts. The next event is held February 23rd from 10 am to 5 pm.
San Antonio Food Bank– Every 4th Saturday, the San Antonio Food Bank hosts an array of local farmers selling fresh produce, nuts, soil, prepared foods, baked goods, and more. They’re open 10 am to 1 pm.
Bandera Pointe Artisan Market– The Bandera Pointe Shopping hosts a weekly Saturday market offering locally sourced honey, home made jellies, hand made blankets, and more.
JMC’s Market Day– The JMC Auto Group hosts occasional market days for outdoor shopping. Get your fill of wreaths, jewelry, handmade gifts, Valentine sweets, Keto treats, and more. Their next market is February 2nd from 10 am to 5 pm.
The Healing Arts Festival & Market– This once monthly market carries tinctures, salts, herbs, and much more. The market resumes at The Hilton Garden Inn at the RIM starting January 20th, 11 am.
South San Antonio
Market Day at AMF Ponderosa Lanes– February 10th and 24th, shop for beauty products, jewelry, home decor, baked goods, prepared foods, and more. They’re open 12 noon to 5 pm both days.
Palo Alto College– Every 4th Monday starting January 22nd, you can shop the San Antonio Food Bank’s Farmers Market. They’re open 9 am to 12 noon.
Mission Marquee Plaza– The SA Food Bank Farmer’s Market is held every first and third Saturday at Mission Marquee. Fresh produce, local farmers, nuts, baked goods, and more will be on sale from 10 am to 2 pm.
Near San Antonio
New Braunfels Farmers Market– Open ever Saturday 9 am to 1 pm, get fresh fruit and veggies, herbs, coffee, fresh and prepared foods, leather goods, jewelry, cage free chicken, locally sourced honey, and more.
Cibolo Grange Farmers & Artisans Market– Re-opening February 7th, this farmers market has fresh produce, fresh eggs, honey, and more. Check back for the 2019 hours and vendors.
Blanco Farmers Market– Every Friday from 10 am to 6 pm, find fresh produce, meat, prepared foods, cheeses, and more.
2nd Saturdays at Specht’s– This store and restaurant in Bulverde hosts monthly farmers markets with baked goods. There will be foods available in the morning and a full menu available at 11 am. Live music begins at 11:30. January 12th is the next market.
Helotes Area Farmers Market– This farmers market has crafts, art, local produce, food products, non profits, and local retail. The event is held the first Saturday of every month from 10 am to 5 pm.
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