Visit NB’s Farmers Market Every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm
Visit the New Braunfels Farmers Market for fresh produce but stay for the shopping and enjoy some of the best South Texas homemade teas and juices, baked goods, jar jellies and sauces, cured sausage/jerky and so much more. There’s also plenty of live entertainment for the family and Krause’s is conveniently next door for sit down meals and cold, frosty craft beers. Click on any image below for a full image light-box.
It’s no secret that some of the most popular places to visit while in New Braunfels are the wonderful Open-Air Markets and the New Braunfels Farmer’s Market is at the top of the heap. Open every Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, and centrally located in the heart of downtown, the location is ideal for locals and visitors.
The market is always bustling with casual browsers and shoppers on a mission for the perfect and fresh ingredients for a delightful meal planned for family and friends. Because of the ideal location, it’s easy to just pop-in for a gorgeous bundle of kale or sweet carrots. Of course, there’s convenience for many other specialties too–like flavored infused olive oils, herbs, salsas, jerky, sausages, quail eggs, exotic teas and the likes. There is no shortage of baked goods either. The market vendors offer an array of breads and cookies with options of onion bread, garlic breads, sourdough loaves, and cookie assortments too many to name. But if you have a favorite it’s almost a guaranteed find.
The New Braunfels Farmer’s Market takes great pride in the sourcing of their vendors many offering hand-made wares with finely detailed craftsmanship that can include genuine leathers, jewelry embellished with precious gems, and handmade quilts, blankets & throws (to name a few). There’s always a great line-up of live music too.
The overall shopping experience in this market is nothing short of a treat and fur-baby-friendly too! There is an intriguing item for everyone in the family. Whether it’s a need for an ideal indoor/outdoor plant, a love of gourmet ingredients, a special addition for the man cave, or special time with the kids with treats and face-painting…there is sure to be something for the whole family.
The market is also conveniently located next to Krause’s Café & Biergarten which adds some delicious German brunch or lunch options.
To learn more about the market please visit: www.nbfarmersmarket.com