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Farmers Market returns to Hermann Square at City Hall every Wednesday
News Release
Monday, February 26, 2018

HOUSTON -- Enjoy a variety of locally prepared foods or pick up farm-fresh groceries amid Houston’s dramatic downtown setting when the City Hall Farmers Market, sponsored by CenterPoint Energy, returns for the spring season on Wednesday, February 28, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in Hermann Square.

Each Wednesday through June 27, more than 40 local farmers, food trucks and other vendors will be on hand outside City Hall with fresh produce, breads, roasted coffees and a variety of prepared meals and packaged to-go foods available for purchase. Entertainment is provided for attendees enjoying the outdoor event via live musicians or DJs. Local country musician Will Carter will kick off the season.

Downtown employees and dwellers are encouraged to walk, take the Greenlink (the downtown shuttle) or ride a bike via Houston Bike Share to the front of City Hall. Garage parking is located at 400 Rusk for a fee, and metered street parking is also available.

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Spring 2018 vendors include:
Breaking Bao
Brenham Kitchens
Chocolate Wasted Ice Cream Co.
D’lish Food Truck
Dumpling Haus
El Guajillo
El Topo
Food Music Life
Frosted Betty
Good Cravings
Great Harvest Bread Company
Gulf Coast Honeybee Farm
Harris County General Store
It’s A Wrap
Java Pura
Leven Gluten Free Baking
Local Foods 
Mélange Creperie
Moon Rooster Food Truck
Nom Mi Street
Pain Train Salsa
Pierre’s Cajun Creations
Plant it Forward Farms
Quick N Ezee Indian Food
Relished Africa
Revolucion Coffe + Juice
Ripe Cuisine
Sinfull Bakery
Snow Topi
Texas Hill Country Olive Oil
The Baker’s Man
The Grateful Bread
The Kombucha Company
The Papusa Bar
Wood Fire Paella by Churrascos

Remembering Jim Guidry Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership

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