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Five New Restaurants Slide into the Dallas Farmers Market

Five anchor restaurants will soon set up shop at the Dallas Farmers Market. Rex’s Seafood Market, Stocks & Bondy, Palmieri Cafe, Nammi/Coolhaus and a restaurant concept from Firebird Restaurant Group (El Fenix, Meso Maya, Snuffer’s) are scheduled to move into The Market (previously Shed 2), after it opens in spring 2015.

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Chefs for Farmers Announce First Annual Oyster Bash

Chefs for Farmers announce their first annual Oyster Bash. The event takes place on Sunday, October 26 from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the Dallas Farmers Market. For $85, guests can suck down oysters, cocktails and wine. Just don’t forget to BYOG (bring your own glass). Chefs participating include: Jon Alexis – TJ’s Seafood […]

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New & Improved: The Shed at Dallas Farmers Market Is Open

The Dallas Farmers Market welcomed more than 10,000 people this weekend for the opening of The Shed. Vendors began moving into the space Thursday evening from Shed 3 in anticipation of the Labor Day weekend crowd. The Shed, a space formerly known as Shed 1, offers a customer-driven shopping experience featuring new food vendors alongside […]

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Food Politics: Farm-to-Table Caucus Listening Session at Dallas Farmers Market

Friday morning, area farmers and Dallas Farmers Market personnel filed into the second floor of the Dallas Farmers Market administration building for a listening session with area representatives as part of the kickoff of the Texas Farm-to-Market tour, a part of the Texas House Farm-to-Table Caucus.

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History of Dallas Food: How the Dallas Farmers Market Came to Life, Part 1

A few years ago, Amy Severson, co-owner of Sevy’s, reformed blogger, and all-around smart person, and I decided to write a series of posts on the history of Dallas food. We began collecting bits and pieces of information and interviewed grandchildren of long-lost Dallas restaurants and food businesses. What we have found is unique and amazing and over the years we have published several almost-lost stories. Today we talk about the birth of the Dallas Farmers Market.

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Dallas Farmers Market Management Announces New Farm-To-Market Liaison

GROW North Texas, a nonprofit organization made up of “Dallas area local food folks” dedicated to creating the ideal food system, will serve as the farm-to-market liaison between area farmers and Dallas Farmers Market Management. Their mission? To lure Pecan Lodge back? Click for details.

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