Some types of items for sale at the Dallas Farmer's Market as of 2015 include bakery goods, cheeses, seafood, coffee and fresh produce. Visitors also find fresh food items for breakfast, brunch and dinner, as well as desserts. Some non-food items include antiques and Dallas souvenirs.
The 26,000 square foot space of the Dallas Farmer's Market includes food vendors with four anchor restaurants, as well as numerous artisanal vendors. Visitors can also purchase flowers and other live plants in the Shed. Vendors are constantly changing due to seasonal changes, but some of the items customers generally find include homemade stocks and sauces, artisanal jams and rustic decor. Gifts such as handmade candles, soaps, sugar scrubs and shea butter may also be available.
Customers craving ready-made food can choose from Mexican-style street tacos, pizza, Italian sandwiches, pastries and authentic tamales. The Market Provisions section is open seven days a week and includes produce, meats and specialty foods from local farmers and artisans in a mini market setting.
Although customers find meat and eggs at the Dallas Farmer's Market, raw cow's milk is not available in any season. The market does not offer delivery for bulk buys and does not cater events.