Open 365 days of the year, the Azteca Farmers Market is one of Houston’s premier farmers market. With stellar street eats, fresh produce, and over 50 vendors, Azteca gives visitors 13 acres of vibrant market space.
Located in the former Emiliano’s venue space on the east side, the Azteca Farmers Market is now an indoor and outdoor market space open every day of the week. Comprising of a medley of colorful vendors, stalls, and food trucks, the market makes for a wonderful place to graze, buy fresh produce, and nosh on street eats.
One of the market’s most coveted snack is the Mexican Mango Flower on a stick, drizzled with lime juice sprinkled with ground chili pepper. Among other delectable goods, the market is also home to Mariscos Popeye, a ceviche bar that whips up tasty dishes such as the tostada ceviche mixto and ceviche botano, as well as Tajin-seasoned micheladas topped with large shrimp garnishes. Visitors will also find a number of taco stands parked outside the market, such as Pollos Asados del Rodeo, El Tejuino, as well as Taqueria Luna.
In addition to its spices, produce, dazzling libations, and authentic cuisine, the market also features a variety of affordable imported home goods, ceramics, clothing, garden ornaments, jewelry, and other handcrafted gems.
The Azteca Farmers Market is open every day from 8am to 7 pm at 7710 Lyons Ave. Houston, TX.
For other market experiences here in Houston, Railway Heights is now open on Washington with two stories of businesses, food stalls, local vendors, and an art gallery on the second floor. While Railway Heights does in fact house an eclectic mix of eateries ranging from Peaky Grinders, Pierogi Queen, Heads and Tails, and Drunken Pho, Hot Rod Pops – with cuisines ranging from pizza, to churros, chicken wings, Japanese-style sandwiches, and samosas – the market offers more than just food.
Additionally, Post Houston has opened in the former USPS Office as a multi-layered facility with a full roster of vendors, concert venue, and rooftop park.
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