Variety of homemade jams and preserves covered with checkered and red cloth against a rustic background

The Urban Harvest Farmers Market Offers Drive-Thru Service

The Urban Harvest Farmers Market is a beloved Houston institution that was established in 2004 with just a small group of farmers and backyard gardeners. Since then, the Market has become a Saturday morning destination that hosts 70+ vendors. It’s only 15 minutes away from our Houston apartments, which makes this fun shopping experience easily accessible.  

Enjoy Convenient Drive-Thru Service 

You now have the option to shop at the Farmers Market without leaving your car! Simply pre-order from your chosen vendors and pay ahead of time. Head to the drive-through location on the second floor of the parking garage between 8:30 and 11:30. Urban Harvest staff will have your items all ready to be placed in your vehicle. There are 40 vendors accepting pre-orders, including everything from freshly-milled flour to organic pecans. 

High Quality, Locally Produced Fruits and Veggies

It doesn’t get any fresher than buying in season, directly from the farmers. Find everything from crisp greens and heirloom tomatoes to organic berries and purple carrots. If you’ve been planning to cook more, this colorful produce will provide plenty of inspiration for whipping up a delicious meal. You can sign up for pre-made boxes with a mix of fruits and veggies from vendors like Plant it Forward Farms.  

A Wide Range of Gourmet and Artisan Products  

The Urban Harvest Farmers Market is also a great destination for stocking up on high-quality staples like meat and freshly baked bread. Three Sister Farms has pasture-raised poultry and farm fresh eggs. There are dozens of small businesses selling unique products that are hard to find anywhere else, like homemade jams, local honey, and artisan cheese. 

From farm-fresh products to great coffee, the best amenities Houston has to offer are never far away. Contact us to learn more about living in the Lincoln Medical Center Apartments. 

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