It's Back

City Hall Farmers Market returns to downtown Houston with variety of food and produce

City Hall Farmers Market returns with variety of food and produce

Houston City Hall farmers market with shoppers
The City Hall Farmers Market returns every Wednesday through June 28. Photo by Paula Murphy

The popular City Hall Farmers Market is back. The weekly market around the Hermann Square reflecting pool in downtown Houston returns Wednesday (February 22) from 11 am until 1:30 pm after a winter hiatus and will reappear every Wednesday through June 28.

Shoppers can  enjoy a variety of locally prepared food at stalls and nearby food trucks or pick up farm-fresh produce, roasted coffees, and breads from more than 30 farmers and vendors. The list of vendors includes Brazilian Grilled Skewers, Chef Roy’s Kale Smoothie, Dumpling Haus, Harlem Road Texas BBQ, Java Pura, Mad Scientist Kombucha, Melange Creperie, donuts from Relished Africa, and Hong Kong bubble waffles from Snow Topi.

Food trucks include Churrascos to Go, D’Lish Curbside Bistro, El Topo, Food Music Life, Frosted Betty, It’s a Wrap, Nom Mi Street, Oddball Eats, and Ripe Cuisine.

With nice weather expected, shoppers are encouraged to walk, take the Greenlink downtown shuttle or ride a bike from any bCycle location. Garage parking is available at 400 Rusk, along with metered street parking if you can find it.

The market is sponsored by CenterPoint Energy.

Nearby, the City Hall Victory Gardens, outside the Bob Lanier Public Works Building at 611 Walker, showcases 30 container gardens and demonstrates how to build a vegetable container garden anywhere in Houston.