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Farmers Markets on east side of OKC

Updated: Mar 21

Looking for local-grown produce? Want fresh eggs that come from chickens that peck their happy lives away in the sunshine? Skip the big-city lines and find farm fresh foods in Shawnee, just east of the OKC metro.

Photo features salad from Theopolis, pastry from Crow's Market, and flour from Shawnee Mill.
Photo features salad from Theopolis, pastry from Crow's Market, and flour from Shawnee Mill.

Farmers Markets located east of OKC

Crow's Market on Main features fresh-from-the-farm produce all year round in their brick and mortar "farm to main street" Market, open 6 days a week. Alongside Crow's own produce, you can shop a variety of meats, dairy, and eggs from local farmers. Crow's also sells fresh-baked breads and goodies as well as carrying a wide selection of take-and-bake meals they prepare fresh in house with their home-grown ingredients.

Shawnee's weekend outdoor 177 Farmer's Market is open on Saturdays late spring - early fall from 9 am to 2 pm just off of Hwy 177, on the west side of Shawnee. with a wide variety of vendors with fresh produce, baked goods, fresh eggs and dairy, and more along the parking lot of Phelps Equipment Rental. Food trucks also onsite most Saturdays. Find them on Facebook to see which vendors are coming each weekend!

Monks' Marketplace sells locally-grown beef and honey from bees raised onsite at St. Gregory's Abbey, alongside other monk and nun-made goods from monasteries across the U.S.

Farm to Table places to eat

If you're looking for the farm-to-table experience and Made in Oklahoma fare, look no further than Theopolis Social Club, whose dishes include seasonal produce from Crow's Market on Main throughout the year as well as baked goods powered by Shawnee Mills flours, milled just down the street from Theo's.

You can also enjoy the locally-raised beef from St. Gregory's Abbey in the form of delicious burgers at Hamburger King, a family owned and operated diner that's been serving up burgers in Shawnee for nearly a century! Looking for more great places to eat in Shawnee? We can help.


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