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Dallas Farmers Market | © Allen Sheffield/Flickr
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The Best Markets In Dallas

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Updated: 9 February 2017
The Dallas metropolis is a thriving city that values the importance of community. Below are some of the local markets that are a perfect display of culture, community and fun in the city. All these places gather the best produce or goods from local vendors and farmers to bring customers the highest quality items and an experience like no other around.
Dallas Farmers Market | © Allen Sheffield/Flickr
Dallas Farmers Market | © Allen Sheffield/Flickr
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Dallas Farmer’s Market

What’s a better way to prepare a meal than from fresh, locally grown produce? With three core values in mind – transparency, honesty, and responsibility – the objective of this market is to cultivate and nurture a healthy lifestyle for all the locals. The aromas of fresh vegetables and fruits hints at the purity of the locally grown ingredients that are sold by dedicated farmers from the city’s neighboring areas. Come and support the Dallas community by stopping by!

Dallas Farmer’s Market, 1010 S Pearl Expy, Dallas, TX, USA, +1 214-664-9110

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White Rock Local Market

Part of the Good Local Markets community, the White Rock Local Market originated with the goal of bringing a healthier lifestyle to this Dallas neighborhood. Since its inception in 2009, the market has done more than just serve produce to the public, supporting a wide variety of programs, such as a food stamp program, educational services, three farmers markets, a community garden space and more. Here, it is important for North Texans to serve North Texans, encouraging a healthier community and local cohesion.

White Rock Local Market, 702 N. Buckner Blvd., Dallas, TX, USA, +1 972-379-7097

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Lula B’s Antique Mall

In the heart of the Deep Ellum neighborhood is Lula B’s Antique Mall. A small business venture, Lula B’s provides a unique selection of items for its customers. The antique store goes the extra mile to build a personal relationship with its customers, hoping to see them time and time again. When searching for trinkets or treasures from another era, you are sure to find them here, while chatting with the uber-friendly staff is something of an enjoyment in itself!

Lula B’s Antique Mall, 2639 Main St, Dallas, TX USA, +1 214-824-2185

Harry Hines Bazaar

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Harry Hines Bazaar

Harry Hines Bazaar is located on the famous boulevard in Dallas and is a local flea market with a Mexican edge. Customers are guaranteed to come here and fall in love with items that they never knew existed. You can find anything from cowboy boots to furniture, all with a low price tag, making the bargain even more tempting! Beware though, this one attracts some serious crowds, so try to get in early.

Harry Hines Bazaar, 10788 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX, +1 972-607-5124

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Thu - Sun:
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Accessibility & Audience:

Family Friendly

Services & Activities:

Second-Hand (Used)

Atmosphere:

Indoors
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Trader’s Village

Flea market and amusement park in one sounds like an interesting combination, and that’s because it is! Trader’s Village has more than just a wide assortment of trinkets. A visit to the Village is a whole day’s affair. Get ready to have tons of fun and maybe even gather a few souvenirs along the way. Spanning over 160 acres and open since 1973, Trader’s Village is host to over a thousand vendors, along with a smattering of high-adrenaline rides and faire attractions to boot!

Trader’s Village, 2602 Mayfield Rd, Grand Prairie, TX, USA, +1 972-647-2331

By Kalpana Satish