Mayor's Office Press Release

City Hall Weekly Local Lunch Market Returns With the Fall

September 23, 2019 -- The City Hall Local Lunch Market returns for the fall starting Wednesday, Sept. 25, offering the public a variety of prepared, ready to eat foods. New this season is locally produced art for sale on site.

The market takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday to Dec 18 in Hermann Square at City Hall, 901 Bagby St.

“The best place to pick up a freshly prepared lunch or take-home edibles is outdoors in the heart of the nation’s most diverse city, because the market’s variety reflects Houston’s culinary, cultural and commercial connections to many corners of the world,” Mayor Sylvester Turner said.

“This beloved lunchtime series offers Houstonians a relaxing respite to enjoy a delicious lunch prepared by local chefs, great music by local musicians and now, art by local artists,” stated Susan Christian, director of the Mayor’s Office of Special Events. “An estimated 1,500 guests attend the weekly series and lifts up Houston’s vibrant food scene and dynamic performing and visual artists.”

People are encouraged to walk, take Metro’s free Greenlink (the downtown shuttle) or ride a bike via Houston Bike Share to the City Hall Local Lunch Market. Garage parking is located at 400 Rusk for a fee.

For more information, visit or follow Houston Special Events on Facebook.

Fall 2019 Vendors
Ae’s Korean
Bakers Man
Bee2Bee Honey
Blackwater Coffee       Roasters
Blue Orange Thai Catering
Breaking Bao
Brenham Kitchens
Churrasco’s 2 Go
Dumpling Haus
El Topo
Food Music Life
Frosted Betty
Great Harvest Bread Company
Inglorious Vegan
It’s a Wrap
Karuna’s Kitchen
Kick Pops
Melange Creperie
Moon Rooster
Nom Mi Street Truck
Pain Train Salsa
Papusa Bar
Peirre’s Cajun Creations
Plant It Forward Farms
Pop & Pan
Pythagoras Cuisine
Quick N Ezee
Relished Africa
Revolucion Coffee & Juice
Rio Grande Organics Pecans
Roots N Harmony
Seoulside Wings
Sesa Halva
Sinfull Bakery
Street to Kitchen
Texas Hill Country Olive Oil
The Melt on Wheels
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