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New Braunfels Farmers Market

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Vivian H wrote a review Jul 2020
Austin, Texas92 contributions12 helpful votes
Packed with anything you need. Soaps, bread, oils, organic vegetables, homemade goods, tea, coffee. Best dried meats at Bubbas. Was packed yesterday but we came away with two bags full. Nice stop on Saturday morning. Can’t wait to go back.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Candy R wrote a review Mar 2020
Blanco, Texas75 contributions17 helpful votes
I found this Farmers Market by accident while visiting New Braunfels. It is only open on Saturdays, but it's a rain or shine market. The hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and I should tell you that the vendors close up fast right at 1. We can early so parking wasn't an issue, but by the time we left around 1, cars were driving around in circles looking for a parking space. The farmers are real farmers and they are all in a nice row so you can compare their produce. Raising Cane was in the San Antonio news paper about their duck and chicken eggs. They have qual eggs too. The best cookie I have ever tasted in my life is the ginger snap cookie at Aunty Snaps Cookies. The guy has a totally amazing mustache! Don't miss the pickle and spices lady in the cute farm bonnet. She has red table cloths. All in all, the vendors have to make it, own it, and or raise what they sell to be a vendor. There were lots of vendors to see and all of them were really nice. They feature a charity every week which I like a lot. Dogs are allowed as long as they behave themselves.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tasha801 wrote a review Nov 2019
Salt Lake City, Utah123 contributions15 helpful votes
i enjoy hanging out and seeing local bakeries, grocers and side hustles doing their thing and being proud of it! Although it's small, it does what it does and you see people in action with that their about. it's mostly agricultural items, food items, homemade jams, honey, body care and even some candles and chocolate. There's enough to go through and see that it occupies at least a good 2 hours if you take your time and listen to the musicians playing in the open to soundtrack your experience. Again, this is a smaller market - so it shouldn't take long unless you find some interests that catch you. Of course, bigger farmers markets may have more - but the draw of a smaller one is that it's more interactive and I don't feel so compelled to "buy". Because of where it's located - parking is tricky, so it's good to go early.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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gbielke wrote a review Nov 2019
New Braunfels, Texas24 contributions4 helpful votes
Go buy some fresh veggies the go to Krause’s for a beer and pretzel. No better way to start a Saturday.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John R wrote a review Apr 2019
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We love the Farmers Market. We go almost every Saturday to enjoy the food, arts and crafts and the live music!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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