Mueller has become a burgeoning neighborhood as more and more trendy restaurants and housing options have opened in the area. On Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons, you can find the Texas Farmers’ Market at the Browning Hangar. The vendors differ depending on which day you go, with a greater selection on the weekend—think Winters Family Beef, McGeary Ranch, Gray Gardens and more. Sundays also give you the opportunity to join in on free community composting. Texas Farmers’ Market at Mueller even occasionally hosts Tiny Tails Traveling Petting Zoo, offering a fun interactive event for kids.
Austinites like to eat well, and that extends beyond dining out at its best restaurants. Since ours is a city passionate about buying local, frequenting the best farmers’ markets in Austin is a full-blown treat, one where you can shop for fresh ingredients year-round. If you’re torn between visiting that grocery store around the corner or your local market, consider this: Shopping at the farmers’ market means supporting local farms, connecting with your community, eating seasonally and enjoying fresher produce. Not to mention the markets serve as some of Austin’s best attractions in their own right and make for fun some of the best things to do with kids, too. Find your go-to among this list of the best farmers’ markets in Austin.