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GNW Market-Outdoor Farmer's Market

GNW Farmer's Market is a state certified farmer's market that is veteran owned offering farm fresh produce, eggs, honey, breads, CBD, handmade items, amazing food vendors like BBQ, Specialty lemonade, funnel cakes, birria tacos and a variety of Texan small & local businesses. Come every weekend and shop small and local to keep the money right here in San Antonio to help support small businesses.

Venue Details

  • GNW Market

    8809 TImberwilde St., San Antonio Northwest

    (210) 774-2930


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