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The historical center and heart of the city's Mexican culture, the square is the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico. Here you can dine on Mexican food at one of several cafes, enjoy the lively sounds of Mariachi bands and buy wonderful blankets, clothes, leather and metal goods and much more, imported from just south of the border. The square plays host to many cultural events and fairs throughout the year, including Fiesta del Mercado (Party of the Market) in April and Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in November.
One of the largest flea markets in Texas, Traders Village is the favorite shopping destination for the locals. Browse through extensive collections of new and used furniture, original artworks, pet supplies, baby items, electronics, groceries and even auto accessories among other items. Featuring more than 100 vendors The diverse variety of goodies on offer ensure that there is something to suit every kind of taste, preference and budget. The market is also plays host to various events, concerts and celebrations. If you want to immerse yourself in the local culture, head to Traders Village and get ready to have a great time.
Legacy Farmers' Market is the favorite grocery shopping destination for the locals. Offering fresh, organic produce, fruits and vegetables among other items, the market can always be relied on for the quality of its food items on sale. Vendors like Fernandez Family Farms, Food 2 Dye For and Rick the Beekeeper regularly display their wares in the market. Besides the range of groceries, one can also shop for furniture, handcrafted soaps and lotions as well as oils. The market also plays host to live musical performances and other such events. If you are wondering where to buy the ingredients for your next big meal, head to Legacy Farmers' Market and you won’t be disappointed.