Every Thursday starting at 3 p.m.
Next to St. Cyril of Alexandria
Catholic Church
10503 Westheimer Road
(at Rogerdale)
One block west of
Sam Houston Tollway

Map to Westchase District Farmers Market
Produce from Westchase District Farmers Market
VENDORS
Shop more than two dozen vendors:

  • Seasonal Produce/Fruits
  • Baked Goods & Prepared Foods
  • Nuts, Honey, Sauces & Condiments
  • Dairy, Eggs & Meat
  • Home & Spa

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Westchase District Farmers Market features high quality, locally-grown seasonal fresh foods and provides a vibrant community gathering place for the Westchase community.
Natural soaps, lotions and bath salts are all part of the farmers market.

This fall, the Westchase District Farmers Market celebrates its fifth anniversary. Featuring nearly 30 vendors each week and special monthly appearances from the Harris County Master Gardeners, the market is as lively as ever. So just how do we maintain our vibrant appearance? Well, besides eating healthy, locally-grown foods from our vendors, part of our […]

Pecan crusted chicken recipe, courtesy of Foodandwine.com
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Confectionery Delight Comes to the Market

Two vendors have purchased a cotton candy machine and now offer five flavors of “fairy floss” (as it’s known in Australia) at the weekly Westchase District Farmers Market. The entrepreneurial spirit shared between Karen Trekell…
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Salsa Vendor Stays True to Farmers Markets

Anyone who lives in Texas knows that Tex-Mex is the king of food. And what’s Tex-Mex without salsa? Nothing. That’s why Shane Nobles of Tomball-based Pain Train Salsa (www.paintrainsalsa.com) makes it his passion to produce and bring…
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Lettuce Romaine Calm

A recent outbreak of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona has consumers concerned about what lettuce is safe to eat. Because labels on romaine lettuce do not often list growing regions, it can be difficult for a consumer…