If you’re looking for farm-fresh produce, eggs and meats plus unique vendor selections like the Taste of Mardi Gras and the Po’ Boy Place to feed your family, visit Frisco Fresh Market. Alongside the premium produce and meat options, the market offers a variety of goods from local vendors including handmade gifts, candles, baked goods, desserts and coffee, to name a few. 

The market has been opened for a little less than two years, but it is already growing. In late April, an indoor market, as well as a new restaurant area, are slated to open. This portion of the market will be set up as a beer garden. These restaurants are projected to include a German, barbecue, Mexican and Italian restaurant. For updates on the expansion, visit

Enjoy a fun experience throughout the year by joining in on the market’s fun, family-oriented events including the inaugural Frisco Fair running from March 28 through April 7 that will offer rides, food and entertainment. Mayor Jeff Cheney will attend the Veterans Social March 28 that includes dinner and a free ride for local veterans and their families. The Frisco Arts Fest will take place on April 27. Frisco Fresh Market is also available to rent for private events.

Frisco Fresh Market prides itself in delivering a true “wow” factor when shopping at the market. Vendors are held to a higher standard as to which items can be sold at the market. They should be unique and of good quality. They have a specialized baked goods vendor, Milena’s Bakery; a specialized coffee vendor, Yiayia’s Coffeehouse; a great variety of unique eggrolls from Crunchies Eggrolls; and to satisfy the sweet tooth, there’s a cookie vendor, Trouvi. If you’re interested in becoming a vendor, visit to apply or contact Jennifer at 469.516.1285.

Frisco Fresh Market takes care of both its customers as well as its vendors. Customers can expect a comfortable experience with installed heaters in place during the cooler months and fans during the summer months. There are quality bathroom facilities on-site, plus interactive experiences such as pop-up events and photo shoots. Parking is available on either Main Street or Frisco Street, which together lend 500 parking spots to customers. 

Vendors are offered on-site dry storage. This can hold tables, chairs and other set-up items needed. They are also offered cool-storage for drinks, meats and more.

Frisco Fresh Market works with a number of local charities. Vendors are urged to drop off leftover products to the Frisco Family Services Food Pantry. They are co-partners with organizations such as FC Dallas for a local charity walk and have other various charity events they participate in each year.

The two marketing masterminds behind Frisco Fresh Market are Jennifer Harper and Katharina Kreke. Jennifer, a California native, has years of experience in grassroots event planning and bringing people together to help build businesses. Katharina, a native of Germany, has been in the U.S. now for eight years.

“We hope that Frisco Fresh Market ultimately becomes one of the most desired spots to visit in the entire DFW Metroplex,” they said.