With Earth Day just around the corner and a blossoming San Antonio spring landscape, you may be wondering what adventures our beautiful city is holding out for you this April. Luckily for our avid outdoorsman and eco-friendly friends, spring in San Antonio means it’s time for a flush of local markets! From artisan makers to traditional farmers markets, residents and traveling visitors can enjoy all kinds of fresh produce, baked goods, and more almost every day of the week. Let’s check out what’s coming this season:
From March 3 to October 27
A well-known and wildly widespread market, The Food Bank of San Antonio market runs throughout the spring and summer seasons, with most of its markets local to the San Antonio and New Braunfels areas. Check out their schedule of events here to find a fresh market near you!
Rain or shine, this producer’s only market is sure to make your day! Known as the market where residents can “meet the people who make your food,” The Alamo Heights Farmers Market features local Texas vendors that strive to bring you fresh produce, fermented foods, natural products, plants, artisan goods, and more! Get a taste of the city’s freshest foods while listening to live music every Sunday at this market.
Ever since its inception in 2018, this local favorite market has proved time and time again to be one of San Antonio’s biggest and most popular markets. Through the pandemic, The Bandera Market was known as the safest market to visit, only increasing its popularity. Now, you can find The Bandera Market located at the Santikos Silverado 16 Shopping Center every weekend of the year on Saturdays, Sundays and every third Fridays.
Don’t miss out on San Antonio’s beautiful spring breeze and blossoming scenery this April. Get out on the town, test your taste buds, and enjoy all that San Antonio has to offer with the freshest farmers markets around. For more spring adventures in San Antonio, reach out to us!