Looking for a really unique gift?
Come to the Holiday Market on The Lawn on Wednesday, December 12.
We’ll have more than a dozen local artists and vendors, a hot chocolate bar, gift wrapping and holiday music!
The Lawn is located at 971 Bunker Hill, in front of Hotel ZaZa Memorial City and next to Ciro’s Italian Grill!
Twisted Arrow Goods – Lifestyle Goods
Locally made lifestyle goods for men.
Cultured Heat – Food
Locally sourced, handcrafted critically acclaimed hot sauce made through wild fermentation. Free of sugar, gluten and vinegar. Paleo and vegan, full of natural ingredients.
DGZ Chocolates – Food
DGZ Chocolates is a family owned chocolate company located near Bellaire in Houston! We make the country’s finest toffee, incredible chocolate treats, and custom chocolates for your business, event, or holiday!
Diverscity Clothing Co. LLC – Clothing/Textiles
Premium apparel highlighting the great city of Houston and its greatest characteristic, its unique cultural diversity!
Grit Grocery – Food
Grit Grocery is a farmer’s market on wheels – bringing high quality locally-sourced products from the farm to your table. Grit will be bringing prepared foods, specialty goods, and a selection of cheeses, meats and other local products to make your holiday delicious.
Miss Sol Creations – Hair Accessories
Felt flowers Handmade hair accessories for women and little girls.
Santa Diabla – Jewelry, Textiles & Clothing
Handmade Venezuelan Jewelry, printed t-shirts, cat ears, headbands, sunglasses and bags
Artboy Designs – Artwork
I’m a Houston artist that works on hardwood flooring as my canvas. Then I take pop art images on to the canvas I made with the wood flooring. I like a pop and street art look to it.
Maribel Q’s Artistry – Artwork
I’m a self taught painter/illustrator. I work mainly with acrylic and oil paint, but every now and then I may add gold leaf to accentuate a piece, egg shells or paper strips to the background to add some texture; whatever comes to mind when trying to create a different and unique piece.
Eat My Pralines – Food
Eat My Pralines is a small, Houston-based business born from a family recipe for pecan pralines. Winner of Edible Houston’s 2017 Local Hero Award for Best Food Artisan, Becca Reyenga Kerr started the 3 year-old business after seeing the mass appeal and demand for her mom’s homemade pralines. Becca’s mom, Ruth Ann, is a Louisiana native, and has been making these delicacies for years.
Bluebonnet Coffee Co. – Food
Bluebonnet Coffee is a small-batch roaster out of New Waverly, Texas. We aim to supply good, honest coffee to consumers who appreciate a good cup. We connect to our old school roots, blending beans that have traditional tasting notes like chocolate, cherry and brown sugar and roast them to produce a full bodied and flavorful brew. We also appreciate and offer lighter roasts with clean tasting notes for coffee enthusiasts who crave a finer cup. We source rotating single origins that offer a range of processing methods, varietals and regions to explore.
Hive Bee Farm – Honey
Local chemical free beekeepers selling local raw honey,honeycomb, beeswax candles, honey thyme chocolate truffles made by Cacao and Cardamom with our honey.
Galerie Nine 16 – Jewelry, Home Accessories, Women’s Fragrance
Galerie Nine 16 is a curated collection of accent pieces for the Modern Nomad. Seasonless, Trendless, Timeless. We view fashion like art; It is to be collected, celebrated, and above all unique.
Claire Drennan Knits – Textiles/Clothing
Carrots, not sticks. Claire Drennan Knits is a part of the solution to fast fashion. All items are made in Texas from sustainable materials. They are designed to be fun, soft and fit right into your life. With proper care, they can last you for many years.