Anyone who thinks shopping isn’t fun has obviously never been to the Frisco Fresh Market. This year-round outdoor market is held on Saturdays and Sundays and is part street fair, part grocery store, and part food court. It’s a place to mix and mingle while you shop, eat, listen, and play. It’s also pet-friendly, so bring your leashed pup and take a look around.
When & Where
The Frisco Fresh Market is held rain or shine from 8 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, and 10 AM to 4 PM on Sunday every weekend (although hours can vary seasonally). A large open-sided structure houses many of the vendors and provides some shelter from the elements. You’ll find it at 9215 John W. Elliott Drive – right across from Toyota Stadium at the corner of Main and Frisco Streets. The market is pedestrian friendly and there’s plenty of parking in the paved lot and on nearby streets.
With space for up to 92 vendors, there’s a wide variety of regional produce, farm goods, artisanal fare, prepared foods, beverages, plants, and handcrafted wares. The lineup of vendors changes from week to week, but a sampling of stalls from recent markets included fresh and organic produce, honey, and eggs from Honey Badger Crossing, mouthwatering baked goods from Milena’s Bakery (be sure to try the cinnamon rolls), gorgeous fresh flowers from Juliav Flowers, microgreens from Eat Your Greens, fragrant candles, soaps, and diffusers from Little Shop of Candles, custom home decor signs from Rock Creek Barn, and even therapeutic products for you and your pets from CBD Impact.
There’s often a festival vibe at the Frisco Fresh Market, with the sounds of buskers and live music drifting through the chatter of the shoppers. The Frisco Fair with all the usual carnival rides, games, and fair food, ran from May 20 through June 6 alongside the Market. There’s also a petting zoo planned for the July 4 weekend, and other events held in conjunction with the Market throughout the year.
Drop by the market on an upcoming weekend to see what goodies you can find and what additional events and activities there are to enjoy. For more fun in and around Frisco, take a look at the Olympus Boulevard blog.