The 38-calendar year-old Cowtown Farmers’ Market place has dropped its Benbrook Website traffic Circle place and will be shifting once again in August, the 2nd farmers’ current market in west Fort Worthy of to shut in just a thirty day period.
The Cowtown industry, 3821 Southwest Blvd., is just one of several showcasing entirely regional distributors and regionally grown produce. It is on the lookout for a new house once again immediately after the host searching centre improved hands, in accordance to the market’s Fb put up.
The 55-calendar year-outdated Edelweiss Cafe will carry on as an anchor, and the Magnolia Motor Lounge bar will move to the heart from the West 7th spot, in accordance to a spokesman for new proprietor Mopac Administration.
Hectic B’s Bakery, a kolache and cinnamon roll shop, is also envisioned to proceed in the center, designed in 1960 by developers of the Ridglea and Ridglea Hills retail centre and community.
The move by the Cowtown current market follows the June 1 sale and closing of the Ridgmar Farmers’ Industry and Cowtown BBQ nearby at 900 Texas 183 in White Settlement in the vicinity of Ridgmar Shopping mall. That industry was operated for many years by Hutton Farms of Weatherford.
The Cowtown market place has operated in a range of areas due to the fact it opened in 1984 less than the Henderson Avenue bridge downtown in what is now the Panther Island parking lot, in accordance to Star-Telegram archives.
At numerous occasions, sellers have established up in the vicinity of the Central Station educate station downtown and in distinct Camp Bowie Boulevard procuring facilities.
This story was initially published June 13, 2022 4:48 PM.